Carbon Clean launches new product at Mechanex Sandown
The Carbon Clean engine decarbonising system has concluded 2017’s successful run of Mechanex shows with a new product launch for its affordable ‘DCS-16’ DPF cleaning system. The new system was introduced amongst a wealth of industry-renowned suppliers in attendance at the Sandown Park event.
DCS-16 is a fast and convenient cleaning solution for all types of DPF, featuring an auto and manual mode, an air regulator which allows the air pressure to be controlled and adjusted, plus a DPF auxiliary holder for easy installation. The machine also utilises completely harmless chemicals for safer working conditions, as well as minimising any potential environmental impact.
Carbon Clean’s team welcomed garage owners and technicians on to the stand to discuss the latest addition to the Carbon Clean line-up, as well as outlining the opportunities that becoming a Carbon Clean Centre presents during the twice-daily seminars.
Looking to grow a UK network of Carbon Clean Centres and Engineers to deliver quick, effective treatments to customer cars, Carbon Clean hopes to tackle to growing threat that carbon build-up presents to long-term vehicle health, such as loss of power and increased fuel consumption.
Chris Phipps, national sales manager for Carbon Clean, said: “Mechanex shows have featured heavily in Carbon Clean’s 2017 event schedule, simply because they’re the perfect platform to talk technicians through the technology involved, giving them the opportunity to see first-hand the quality of the equipment.
“We’re also able to answer in person any questions they might have concerning the support structure Carbon Clean has in place to back the products.”
Mechanex Sandown was also the delegates’ last chance to get their hands on a CC-14 machine and test its de-carbonising capabilities for themselves in an exclusive raffle. The winner will be announced shortly.