Autogas Injector Cleaner and Lubricant
A brand new concept in LPG injector and LPG parts cleaning!
Do you have these problems with your LPG car?
- Engine juddering
- Engine management light on
- Poor fuel consumption
- Engine misfires
Before you spend a lot of money on LPG repair try our unique solution.
In 85% of cases our ic12 will be able to remedy the problem
It was created to solve a common problem encountered by LPG technicians in their every day work – that is build up of grime and heavy end dirt in the injectors.
After several years of formulating and perfecting a liquid mixture in solution to this predicament LPG Cleaner proudly presents the arrival of ic12 and ic48 fluids.
With advancements in automotive auto-gas technologies applied to vehicles and increases in conversions carried out across the world the issue of dirty fuel causing component failure has become a global issue.
Until now the only remedy was to manually remove and clean affected components which was very labour intensive, time consuming and expensive process.
What ic12 does is as well as reducing time it used to take to carry out a service needed to deal with the aftermath of dirty fuel being used by as much as 90%, it also restores the original component performance thus further reducing fuel bills.
LPG Cleaner has been making fluids for internal combustion engines in the automotive industry for nearly a decade and are well established in the market place. They are a UKLPG auto-gas installer and also a reputable wholesaler to industry for kits, tanks and various LPG components. Because of that they were able to make an investigative study into the frequency of injector failure due to small particles of dirt and heavy ends becoming embedded in parts versus manufacturing defect. LPG Cleaner was ideally placed to carry out market research amongst customers and installers alike.
This research informed not only was injector failure due to heavy end build up a common problem but one that could prove very expensive to repair by the consumer – often the only solution being to replace the injectors – which in today’s economic climate can be crippling for the customer.