Chemical Layering™ – Alternates the chemical mixtures applied.This chemical layering system will remove far more carbon from the engine than other cleaning systems
Micro-Burst Injection Technology™ – Has solenoids that deliver the maximum amount of chemical during the cleaning process while still allowing the engine to run well
Air Assist Injection Nozzle™ – Delivers chemical in fine mist that is carried to the carbon deposits by the engine’s air flow
3C Running Sensor™ – Allows the 3C microprocessor to monitor the engine’s running state in order to protect the engine during automated application
3C Safety Alert System™ – If there is a problem detected, this alerts the technician with audible and visual alerts
3C Intelligent Induction Cleaner™ Removes heavy carbon deposits from intake valves in 15 minutes – without engine disassembly.
How it works
The 3C system uses the industry’s least toxic chemicals for cleaning. Our patent pending injection nozzle vaporizes the chemical providing the perfect mixture of air and chemical to remove carbon. The procedure takes only 15 minutes and is performed while vehicle is running.
The 3C Intelligent Induction Cleaner™ is not only used to clean existing carbon deposits, but to prevent carbon build up in the engine when used as preventative maintenance.
All GDI engines accumulate induction carbon deposits rapidly. The engine should be cleaned every 30,000 miles as routine maintenance to keep these deposits from creating performance issues with the engine.
Routine cleanings keep your car running just like new!
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The 3C Intelligent Induction Cleaner uses triple chemical layering, delivered by micro-burst and air injection technology to more effectively remove carbon build-up from engines. The whole process takes less than 20 minutes and is automated, electronically controlled and monitored. Furthermore, the unique 3C Chemical application helps to prevent future carbon build-up.
Carbon builds up in engines over time as part of the combustion process and this starts to cause problems such as misfiring, clogging, engine warning lights, reduced/sluggish performance, higher fuel consumption and emission test failures.