The Overall Effect of Cataclean on Internal Combustion Engine Performance
Pre – Combustion Effects
Cataclean formulation is differentiated by containing solvents to remove deposits that may be formed in fuel delivery systems pre-combustion. Deposits may form on injectors, fuel lines, sensors, or filters which causes an increase in fuel consumption and reduce the performance of the engine.
Acetone is a fuel solvent additive that enhances the fuel combustion efficiency in internal combustion engines. Since 1930, Acetone has been used in race cars to enhance Octane rating and efficiently burn fuel.
Isopropanol is less corrosive than other alcohols like methanol and ethanol. It offers better solubility in fuel resulting in low deposit formation and lower emissions.
Since Cataclean components burn with the fuel, the by-products remove deposits like carbon buildup from the exhaust system of the vehicle, oxygen sensors, and catalytic converter.
The post-combustion vapors from Cataclean revitalize the catalytic converter to remove harmful emissions from the exhaust more easily. This cleaning improves the performance of the catalytic converter and increases the performance of the vehicle.
So the use of Cataclean, at the dosage prescribed by the manufacturer, cleans the fuel system, and improves the combustion efficiency.