Injection System Purge

for petrol engines

Wynn's Injection System Purge is a cleaning product to unclog dirt, varnish and carbon in fuel injectors and combustion chamber of vehicles. It has to be used with the
Wynn’s FuelServe®.

  • Cleans injectors, valves, valve stems, combustion chamber and other vital parts in fouled petrol injection systems without dismantling.
  • Restores injector spray pattern.
  • Improves the cylinder compression ratio balance.
  • Frees sticking exhaust valves.
  • Balances fuel/air ratio.
  • Restores the injection time to its original value.
  • Restores good engine operation.
  • Eliminates stalling, hesitation and poor engine performance caused by a dirty fuel system.
  • Reduces CO and HC values in the exhaust gases in accordance with required standards.
  • Safe for spark plugs and all after treatment systems.

Applications

Can be used on all fuel systems of petrol engines with carburettor, continuous, multipoint, mono-point, direct injection (GDI, FSI, ...).
Recommended treatment every 20.000 to 30.000 km or when experiencing problems of poor running, rough idling or excessive exhaust emissions.

Directions

To be used only with the Wynn's FuelServe® equipment.
Do not add to fuel tank.
Cars: 1 litre for 1 treatment (a treatment of a passenger car averagely takes 45 – 60
minutes).
Procedure: see Wynn’s Unit Operating Manual.
Recommended treatment every 20.000 to 30.000 km (400 to 600 operating hours) or
when experiencing problems of fouled injectors, heavy black smoke, rough idling, bad
acceleration, etc.

Packaging

PN 76695 – 12x1 l – EN/FR/DE/NL/IT/RU/PL

Features

Professional

Both modern cars and older vehicles have specific requirements, that have a chemical solution to provide the optimal engine performance and driving comfort. Modern fuel systems are highly tuned and therefore more susceptible to the negative effects of chemical reactions in the fuel. These lead to fouling of the fuel system, lack of lubrication, corrosion and other problems. Older vehicles experience problems to obtain the correct air/fuel ratio and combustion efficiency due to accumulation of deposits in the fuel system and wear on the components.

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