Engine decarbonization is a process of "inhaling" engines with hydrogen that can be performed on almost all SUS engines regardless of fuel type, volume, and method of injection. The goal is to get the accumulated soot out of the engine. The result of the treatment depends on the amount of soot deposited in the engine parts before the treatment. Decarbonization is not the chipping of an engine or its modification.
The decarbonization process can be done on both diesel and gasoline engines. It is also possible to work on cars with built-in gas, but also on vehicles with mechanical diesel pumps.
It is recommended to perform this treatment in order to refresh the engine and get rid of accumulated deposits. The treatment can be repeated whenever you want but for the best performance, it would be ideal to do it every year. Removal of deposits does not reduce the compression in the car nor will it negatively affect the nozzles.