Carbon Clean, the engine decarbonising system that works using electrolysis, is ready to kick 2018 off in style at the forthcoming Autosport International show, held at Birmngham’s NEC.
The Carbon Clean team will be out in force to talk attendees through the ground-breaking technology employed by both the CC-14 and CC-16 machines, using electrolysis to turn water into hydrogen and oxygen. The mixed gas is then cooled and filtered into the engine, accelerating combustion and clearing residues thanks to the catalytic properties of hydrogen.
Celebrating its 28th anniversary this year, Autosport International covers all areas of motorsport, both professional and grass roots, from karting right up to Formula One, and features the very latest in motorsport, automotive and performance engineering technology.
The first two days are dedicated to members of the motorsport, automotive and performance engineering sectors, with the show opening its doors during the weekend to motorsport and performance car enthusiasts from the UK and beyond.
Commenting on Carbon Clean’s presence at the event, Head of Business Development, Ben Rudge, said: “We’re looking forward to getting the New Year off to a great start at Autosport International and showcasing our innovative range of products.
“2017 was an exciting year for us, with new products launched, a busy event schedule and a network which expanded into new territories such as Australia, South Africa, Bulgaria, Spain, Cyprus and Ireland. Everyone at Carbon Clean is keen to make the most of all the opportunities that 2018 will present.”
To purchase tickets for this year’s Autosport International, visit http://www.autosportinternational.com/book-tickets.
Garages interested in finding out more about Carbon Clean should click here or call 0203 5070175.