Maharashtra based company Mohite Motors Pvt Ltd to launch ‘AUTO – DECARB’ technology at Auto Expo 2016 which is to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 4th February 2016 – 6th February 2016.
The technology, AUTO-DECARB, is a patented innovation manufactured by General Optics Corporation (GOC) of Taiwan and is now being introduced in India. After being tested and adopted by most Asian markets, like Singapore, the technology is being brought to India, even before it is introduced to the developed western markets like Europe and the Americas.
Developed using patented core technology, AUTO-DECARB uses pure Hydrogen to De-carbonise, De-tox and De-sludge any vehicle Engine, without opening it. It not just helps to clear carbon deposits from petrol/ diesel engine, but also helps to SAVE FUEL, increase Engine Power and Reduce Emissions. Currently the operations done at most auto-maintenance centers in the country, is manual process and could take over 2 days to complete without de-carb levels being guaranteed. Auto Decarb could finish the entire process in a about 30 to 40 minutes and show remarkably efficient results.
AUTO-DECARB machine is tested and certified by CIRT, ARAI and TUV SUD in India and has proved to be effective in controlling pollution, performance enhancement as well as improvement in fuel efficiency. There are no input costs except negligible amount of power and water. The machine is maintenance free as there is no mechanical operation involved.
Mr. Shivaji Mohite, Chairman & Managing Director, Mohite Motors Pvt Ltd India, said “ We are extremely pleased to make our presence felt at the largest and the most influential platform in the country for Auto/Auto-components, AUTO EXPO 2016, by introducing the game-changing AUTO DECARB technology to the country. With this technology, we are underlining the fact that state-of-the-art technology in auto maintenance, not yet introduced in the western world will be available in India. We have also looked at providing a solution to the ever increasing issue of emission levels, especially in a city like New Delhi today.”