• DR. Qmax Water Base Carbon Cleaner solution eliminates carbon deposits inside the engine. It cleans the piston rings, allowing them to operate more smoothly. It also evens the compression pressures of each cylinder, and prevents not only lifter and tappet noises but also various other unwanted engine noises that normally result from a lack of oil circulation.

  • It also removes the carbon that formed in the throttle body, spark plugs, intake and exhaust valves, the EGR valve, the catalytic converter, and muffler. You will soon see your dirty black muffler transformed into a clean muffler with a reddish shade. The reddish color of the muffler comes from the slight rust on the surface, which is formed in the process of large amounts of water being exhausted through the muffler. Meanwhile, the moisture formed as a result of condensation inside the engine can have a detrimental effect on the metal surface and cause component failure. The process of wear will continue and eventually cause discernable engine noise.

Carbon deposit and sludge in intake manifold & combustion chamber


Carbon in intake manifold, valve, ports and reduce air intake efficiency

  • Too much carbon deposits in intake manifold and combustion chamber will leads to.

  • * Loss of engine power
  • * High fuel consumption
  • * Reduced braking efficiency
  • * Costly repair
  • * Engine knocking and hesitation symptom

With the assistance of unique machine DR.QMAX Water Base Carbon Cleaner is able to remove carbon deposits from intake manifold, valve, combustion chamber, and exhaust.

  • Benefit 

  • * Restore engine power
  • * Fuel saving
  • * Improves braking efficiency
  • * Reduce the cost of repair
  • * Eliminates engine knocks and hesitation
  • * Reduce discharge of black smoke
  • * Increase the burning efficiency of combustion chamber
  • * Returns cleaner air, less pollution to the environment
  • Advantages of the New DR.Qmax  Water Base Carbon Cleaner
  • * Value for money
  • * No need to dismantle engine head or others part
  • * Fast (around 20 mins to 30 mins)
  • * Easily performed by ordinary mechanics
  • * Safe and effective
  • * Can be easily accepted as a regular maintenance service of intake manifold and combustion chamber
  • Why diesel engine discharge black smoke?
  •  * Black smoke is cause by the incomplete combustion of diesel fuel.
  • * There are 3 main factors that cause the incomplete combustion of diesel fuel.
  •  * Problems encounter in the fuel supply system.
  • * Problem encounter in the engine mechanism.
  • * Air intake system or exhaust system is not smooth.
  • Conventional way of removing Carbon Deposits
  • * Costly
  • * Labour intensive
  • * Time consuming
  • * Can only be carried out by experienced mechanic

Dr.Qmax Water Base Carbon Cleaner Instruction [Suitable for Diesel / Petrol & NGV Engine]

Step 1

Start the engine, let idle and warm up for a few minutes

Step 2

Then run the engine at 1800-2000 RPM by using custom made accelerator paddle adjustor.

Step 3

Open de-carbonizer cover, fill up with carbon cleaner into the tank. Then close back the cover.

Step 4

Connect the compressed air into de-carbonizer intake valve & make sure the air pressure gauge at 70 PSI

Step 5

Insert the spray nozzle of de-carbonizer face to the throuttle body or carburetor. (caution: Never touch to the throuttle body butterfly)

Step 6

Switch on the air compressor and open input valve, slowly open output valve until the RPM drop to 1500 and stay put.

Step 7

Carbon cleaner start flow in and spray into the intake valve or carburetor.

Step 8

The intake manifold will become cold around 3 minutes later (Injection engine only)

Step 9

Close the input valve and take off the compressed air supply, stop the engine 5 minutes after decarbonizing

Step 10

Remove the spray nozzle and fix back the rubber hose to the intake valve.


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