Diesel intake manifold carbon sludge cleaning – a solution to prevent Euro 5 Diesel car from banned?

07 diesel car's issue 2
News about banned diesel car in Germany

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The headline on the European news recently has surprised me, it is said that the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig, Germany decide that the local government can set a ban on diesel cars entering a certain area. This case firstly lifted by an environmental activist group called DUH because many cities in Germany experiencing air pollution, especially the nitrogen oxide (NOx) which exceed the permitted levels. 40% of the total air pollutions is caused by vehicles emissions and the diesel car is the highest contributor for NOx there. You can see the detail on the news here (https://www.reuters.com/article/germany-emissions/update-5-diesel-cars-can-be-banned-from-german-cities-court-rules-idUSL8N1QH2L1).

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07 diesel car's issue 5
A diesel car (BMW)

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On the other hand, the diesel cars are supposed to be environmental-friendly cars based on its design. It has particle filter feature like DPF (diesel particular filter) and EGR (exhaust gas re-circulating) which able to filter and reduce the NOx by some methods there. But somehow this feature decreases their functionality, it cannot do the best work as expected. Maybe it is because there is a something wrong in the architect of diesel engine thus when we start the turbo engine there is some oil that evaporates, causing the buildup of carbon sludge dirt in the intake manifold area. This carbon sludges will block the filtering and cleaning system of DPF and EGR so the engine will produce more pollution. If we let this continue to happen, not only it will cause more pollution but also it can increase the fuel consumption in the diesel engine cars, read this article to know the connection between carbon sludges and fuel consumption (https://roaringengine.com/2018/03/09/ways-improve-diesel-cars-fuel-economy/).

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07 diesel car's issue 3
Carbon sludge built up in the intake manifold area

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In the end, we do not want our diesel cars will be banned also in our own country, so we have to do something to reduce this emission effect and surely the air pollution is not good for our breathing. One of the best ways is to clean the carbon sludge from the intake manifold area, we can do it manually by disassemble our engine part and clean it. Or try some product called D Clean which can prevent the carbon sludge before sticking along in our diesel engine. It can clean the intake manifold area from carbon sludge by spraying the cleaner liquid automatically. The installation of D Clean also very easy, with help of a professional mechanic it takes only 15 minutes or so and the maintaining also very simple. Depending on your driving distance or pattern, add more the cleaning liquid into D clean system once a month. You can take a look a user testimonial here to understanding more about the D Clean product  (https://roaringengine.com/2018/02/20/d-clean-user-testimonial-diesel-carbon-clean-service-24-7/)

 

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A diesel engine was installed with D Clean (blue color)

 

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Cleaning off carbon sludge in the intake manifold area will keep your diesel car clean and at its best performance. But assembling and disassembling the engine parts in every few months, no one would want to do it on top of the fact that it’s expensive.

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But with D Clean it does keep the Diesel engine free from carbon sludge building up by sampling adding cleaning liquid regularly! We hope that this could be a solution to cure Euro-5 diesel cars banning issues in Germany.