Let's get to the bottom of fuel combustion process without any additives in order to clearly understand the exact principle of operation of F2-21 eeFuel additive.

As noted above, any fuel has a natural tendency towards carbon formation. As a result, there is a gradual “choking” of the spray jet. What does this lead to?

When designing the engine, the automotive engineers determine its optimal performance ratings, including the necessary ratios of air-and-fuel mixture for different operating modes. The spray jet is responsible for the quality of fuel atomization.

In case of carbon formation on the surface of the atomizing nozzle, spray fuel quality deteriorates, the size of the fuel droplets increases, and as a result do not have time to evaporate completely in the combustion chamber and, thus leading to their incomplete combustion. They are either taken out with the exhaust gases in the form of unburned hydrocarbons or are deposited on the surface of the combustion chamber in the form of the carbon deposit.