A new decarbonising technology has been specially developed to clean the complete exhaust system

Oxicat has been researched, developed and manufactured by the bluechemGROUP in Germany.
bluechemGroup says it is important that today’s workshop professionals recommend and introduce motorists to the tools and systems that will protect their investment and reduce their motoring costs.
bluechemGROUP states its system of products have been tested and certified as to their effectiveness, and some have been adopted by motor manufacturers’ and are sold under their own brand.
Its Oxicat product works as an oxide, after the combustion process. As an oxide, it is attracted to carbon particles, a bit like a magnet attracts metal.
Once attached to carbon, it dissolves and removes residues, sticky gums and tars allowing the carbon to be removed from the entire exhaust system.
bluechemGROUP reports this will have an effect on Diesel Turbos, Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valves (EGR), and Petrol Engines.
Cross: For Diesel Turbos
Diesel turbochargers often have a variable vane which will allow more or less boost, depending on the revolutions of the engine. This creates smoother power from the engine.
This variable vane can become stuck with carbon and bluechemGROUP says Oxicat will release the carbon and so allow the diesel turbo to operate correctly. It states applications are endless, including for diesel exhaust systems with the Diesel Oxide Catalyst. DPF systems can also benefit by combining DPF Power Clean together in the diesel fuel for a fast and immediate chemical regeneration.

Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valves (EGR)
bluechemGROUP reports Oxicat will release carbon from EGR Valves.
These valves are not easy to clean, as a car ticking over will not try to open and close the valve – the engine has to be running under load for this to happen.
bluechemGROUP says applying Oxicat to the fuel will help clean the valve under normal running conditions.
It states that other than removing the valve, which can be time consuming, this is the best way of cleaning EGRs.

Petrol/Hybrid Engines
bluechemGROUP explains that Oxicat works in both petrol and diesel engines because it works as an oxide.
If an Oxygen Sensor or catalytic converter is faulty and needs replacing, bluechemGROUP says it can help the car clean up its exhaust, and catalyst, by removing the carbon.
It says this process will often save a great deal of time, and that clearing the exhaust will allow a petrol engine to breathe correctly in the same way a diesel operates, leading to a vast improvement in power and a more economical performance.
Oxicat will also remove carbon from combustion area exhaust valves, which will allow them to seal better, helping the engine by gaining valuable compression.
All in all, bluechemGROUP says the applications for Oxicat are endless.
The company states “it would be good policy for a garage to use this product every time that they service a vehicle,” with bluechemGROUP noting major gains in the performance increases to vehicles, with problem-solving capability for a “vast” number of contamination issues.

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