The all-new INFINITI is the first petrol in the world formulated with the latest German additives, packed with powerful Deposit Cleaning Agents that effectively remove stubborn carbon deposits in the engine that cause loss of mileage and power.
Ordinary petrol leaves behind carbon deposits in the Fuel Injector Nozzle, Intake Valve and Combustion Chamber. These are the three major parts in the engine which affect combustion efficiency and the performance of the petrol. Carbon deposits accumulate over time and degrade engine performance, causing loss of power, mileage and drivability as your car gets older.
The fuel injector is designed to perform two functions:
Both the injector nozzle and passage are very small, therefore they are very sensitive to small amount of deposits formation. When the car engine is turned off, petrol is trapped inside the injector under high pressure. During this "hot soak" period, deposits start to form in the injector passage and nozzle. Over time, the deposits will reduce the fuel volume delivered and alter the spray pattern from the Original Equipment design. The result is a drop in fuel economy and power loss.
The Intake valve controls the fuel/air intake into the combustion chamber. The hot surface of the intake valve vapourises the fuel to form an efficient combustible mix with oxygen for maximum combustion.
The intake valve surface is subject to deposit formation due to the high temperature and inefficient fuel atomization at the blocked injector. The carbon deposit reduces the effectiveness and efficiency of the fuel combustion. Firstly, by acting as a sponge this soaks some of the fuel, resulting in a lean fuel/air mix. Secondly, carbon being a poor heat conductor reduces the effectiveness of the fuel vapourization. Again, the result is less fuel economy and power loss.
The fuel-oxygen mix is compressed in the Combustion chamber and is ignited by the spark from the spark plug to release energy to power the car.
Combustion using ordinary petrol leaves deposits in the chamber. The deposits reduce the chamber space available for combustion, thereby increasing the compression ratio. In extreme cases of deposits buildup, the octane (RON) requirement increase - meaning the recommended petrol RON may not prevent knocking. These carbon deposits can form hot spots within the chamber which cause pre-ignition of the fuel resulting in loss of fuel economy.
To ensure the additive operates at its maximum potential in the shortest time, we treat the petrol with additives at the maximum treat rate as recommended by the supplier - at 800ppm (parts per million) - which is twice the recommended minimum treat rate. That way, Infiniti Advanced2X burns at maximum combustion in your car engine, resulting in extra mileage, power and smooth acceleration.