Curative action to:
- Clean the injectors:
Restores the injectors' atomizing action
Facilitates the regeneration of particulate filters
- Removes deposits in the combustion chambers
- Cleans catalysers, particulate filters, NOx traps
- Cleans turbos without removing them
- Increases engine efficiency:
Better fuel atomization and exhaust gas flow
- Reduces fuel consumption
- Significantly reduces polluting gas and greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, NOx and particles)
As a preventive measure, use Sweeper from 10,000 km then every 20,000 km or once a year.
TO CLEAN, YOU MUST DRIVE THE VEHICLE
1/ Just pour the 2 litres of Sweeper into fuel tank, which must contain at least 25l of fuel. Mixed in this way, the Nanotec® Sweeper cleaning and lubricating agents will transform your diesel fuel into a super cleaner.
2/ Drive normally for about 30 to 35 km
3/ Then top up your tank. While you are using the fuel in the tank, use lower gears whenever possible, in order to keep the engine speed above 3,200 rpm
Recommendation: after the treatment, change the fuel filter.
Sweeper is recommended for diesel engines, both old ones and the new generation "common rail" (HDI, DCI, JTD…) and injector pump engines (TDI). Sweeper's hyper-concentrated formula based on active agents first of all restores perfect atomisation from the injectors. Then, like a scale-remover, the Nanotec® active detergent agents will help burn the soot deposited in various key areas in the engine and exhaust system. Sweeper prevents any risk of turbo seize-up or fouling of the catalytic exhaust and/or particulate filter
The use of Sweeper avoids costly removal of parts.
A PARADOXICAL SITUATION
Popular due to their low fuel consumption and high engine torque, diesel vehicles are designed for long-distance driving. But they are too often used on short trips or worse, around town. To make matters worse, engine optimisation linked to antipollution standards (Euro V) in order to reduce CO2 and Nox emissions makes diesel engines extremely sensitive to fouling. As an example, a 5-micron deposit on an injector can reduce its output by 25%. As diesel fuel atomisation deteriorates, detonation is retarded, leading to the formation of soot that gradually fouls some of the engine's vital components.
Soot deposits lead to back pressures that can damage turbos, slow down exhaust gases and reduce engine power. As too many particles are recycled by the EGR valve, multiple damage is caused: repeated replacement of the EGR, clogged air intakes, seized turbos, blocked catalysers and particle filters.
CONTAINS: UNSPECIFIED KEROSENE
R44: Explosion risk if heated in a confined space. R65: Harmful, can injure lungs if ingested. R66: Repeated exposure can cause drying and chapping of the skin. R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, can cause long-term harmful effects for the aquatic environment. S2: Keep out of children's reach. S24: Avoid contact with the skin. S56: Dispose of this product and its container in a dangerous or special waste collection centre. S62: In the event of ingestion, do not make the victim vomit. Immediately consult a doctor and show him the packaging or label.