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What is an Induction Clean?

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Induction Clean

Direct Injection Engines are particularly susceptible to carbon build up on the backs of the intake valves. These valves are not cleaned during a conventional fuel system service and require a separate cleaning through the induction system. As more and more vehicles are made with Direct Injection Engines, there is a greater need to service the Intake Valves separately from a conventional Fuel System Cleaning.

TerraClean Pressurised Induction Tool

Our proprietary system provides an effective induction service on Direct or Conventional Fuel Injected Engines. After filling the tool’s cylinder with a specifically created TerraClean Intake Valve and Deposit Cleaner, it is pressurised. The equipment’s S-Tool attachment is placed directly inside the intake and a fine spray of cleaner is introduced into the system. The intake valve deposit cleaner is sprayed on to the valves, ensuring that they are cleaned of hard carbon deposits that negatively impact effective combustion. Alternatively, using a Vacuum line attachment, the tool can be connected through a vacuum line, allowing for a faster introduction of the chemical into the air intake. This is an increasingly popular additional service for many owners of petrol engine vehicles who want to clean otherwise inaccessible area of the fuel system.

Direct Injection Resources

For more information on Direct Injection Engines please look here - Wikipedia-Direct-Injection

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