3C Intelligent Induction Cleaning System
(patent pending) removes heavy carbon deposits from the unique carbon types that occur within the gasoline based internal combustion engine. The 3C gasoline engine cleaning system is specifically designed for the ATS 3C gasoline chemicals. The 3C microprocessor is programed with a run profile that commands the 3C chemical to be delivered into the gasoline based induction system where it can best reach all carbon sites within the engine. This allows for superior carbon removal from Gasoline Port Injection (GPI), Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI), E85, and CNG engines. The 3C system quickly attaches to an induction port on the engine. The 3C microprocessor then delivers a customized measured amount of gasoline chemical in timed intervals into the induction system thus removing heavy carbon deposits from the induction system and combustion chambers.
Chemical Layering (patent pending)
Removes more carbon because it alternates the chemical mixtures applied to the induction system. The first chemical mixture is delivered for a predetermined period and is then shut off, giving the chemical time to soak the carbon and allowing the exhaust system time to cool. The second chemical mixture, delivered in the same way, works together with the first chemical to remove even more carbon. Then, a third chemical that works to remove carbon that chemicals 1 & 2 may have left is applied completing the induction cleaning process. This cleaning process takes less than 20 minutes. This chemical layering system will remove far more carbon from the engine than other cleaning systems, thus improving the engine’s performance and fuel economy.
Micro-Burst Injection Technology (patent pending)
Has solenoids that deliver the maximum amount of chemical during the cleaning process while still allowing the engine to run well. The 3C microprocessor delivers 48 ounces of chemical into the engine’s induction system in less than 20 minutes. This amount of chemical allows heavy carbon deposits to be removed from the induction system and combustion chambers of the engine.
Air Assist Injection Nozzle (patent pending)
Delivers chemical in small droplets that are suspended and carried to the carbon deposits by the engine’s air flow. This air assisted nozzle is superior to any other nozzle available for carbon removal. Its unique design uses an air chamber with a mixing chamber that provides for complete and even distribution of carbon removing chemistries within the engine. The air assisted nozzle is easy to install; simply remove a vacuum hose from the induction system then connect the air assisted nozzle to the vacuum port. Once installed a microprocessor will deliver the carbon removing chemistries to the engine.
Running Sensor (patent pending)
Allows the 3C microprocessor to monitor the engine’s running state in order to protect the engine during automated application; engine off state, engine crank state, engine running state. If the engine is shut off or dies during engine cleaning the chemical delivery is stopped until the engine is running again and the service personal restarts the cleaning cycle.
Safety Alert System (patent pending)
Monitors various parameters such as chemical pressure, air delivery pressure, supply voltage levels, and if there is a problem detected alerts the service personal with audible and visual alerts.