Diesel Engines Cleaning Solution

Proven Results

  • Restores power output
  • Reduces fuel consumption
  • Fewer repairs, greater reliability, and lower downtime costs

Diesel Engines Cleaning Systems

Sludge build up in turbochargers and superchargers decrease engine performance and shortens its useful life. Deposit buildup in scavenge spaces can cause engine fires. Carbon build up on valves and pistons can cause fires, jamming and breakage. A dirty diesel engine can shut your operation down and cost you money.


Our T-70 diesel engine cleaning system helps your engines live longer so you can maintain profitability

Supercharger/turbocharger –

Built-up sludge removal increases performance and extends blower’s working life

Air Box –

Built up sludge removal increases air flow into the combustion chamber and reduces future carbon build-up

Scavenge Spaces–

Clears scavenge spaces to prevent fire


Releases and removes carbon build up so valves contact clean metal instead of particles of carbon. Makes valve seats less vulnerable to damage from carbon chips


Removes hard carbon build up from the top surfaces of the pistons; no more chunks of carbon to exit into the air box or stack and no more fire hazard


Reduces carbon build up and particulate contamination in engine oil, no more scored walls, scratched load surfaces to cause jamming and ring breakage


reduces carbon build up to de-stress thermal interaction of cylinder head components Uptakes–reduces carbon contamination of fuel to lessen any risk of fire damage to the host vehicle

Gear train–

Reduces carbon residue in motor oil to free gear teeth, load bearings, and other lubrication points to operate in a relatively acid-free state


Removing soot reduces NOx emissions. It also reduces any risk of funnel sparking and boiler tube choking

Markets Served




Blowers: Centrifugal Flow Compressors