Carbon Cleaning Machine for Internal Combustion Engines Presented in Osijek – Total Croatia News

ZAGREB, 12 Dec 2021 – A carbon cleaning machine for internal combustion engines has been promoted at the recent presentation organized by the European Consumer Excellence Centre at Osijek’s River Drava Pier.

The advantages of the decarbonization machine were presented by the Centre’s head, Josip Keleman, and representatives of the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Sciences and the Faculty of Mining Geology and Petroleum Engineering.

The non-binding presentation, which was the first of this kind in Croatia, brought together executives of the city-run and private companies.

Keleman said that the carbon cleaning method conducted by this machine is non-invasive, takes 60-90 minutes, and is applied in about 20 million vehicles annually in the European Union. The method is already used in 65 countries worldwide.

Fuel consumption by internal combustion engines that have undergone the carbon cleaning procedures, is reduced by up to 10%, said Keleman.

The next venue for the presentation of this decarbonization machine will be in the south of Croatia.

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