We all know the saying ”time is money”. And it is literally applicable to so many aspects of our lives. Saving time is a key element in reducing  business costs and many workshops have come to recognise the simple economic advantages associated with time saving. Instead of concentrating on the time-intensive replacements of parts, now they concentrate on fast and cost-effective services, using innovative maintenance products to save time and money.

The dilemma of dismantling the intake system

Engine components can get heavily contaminated over time. Impurities from the fuel accumulate and may affect the air-fuel ratio and cause poor running. Increased fuel consumption and a shortened engine lifespan is often the result of deposits in the intake system. Furthermore, a lot of time and effort is needed to maintain the affected engine components. Generally, mechanics face the dilemma of removing and dismantling the entire intake system, cleaning it and refitting it or replacing malfunctioning components. Quite often the mechanic chooses to replace the entire component. Often this approach results in wasting valuable time, money and effort and placing an additional burden on the environment.

However, the right set of tools will help workshops and car enthusiasts to clean the affected components without even having to remove them, and taking less time to get the same result. The active substance in the specially formulated intake cleaner allows you to dissolve stubborn deposits effortlessly. All you have to do, is spray the intake cleaner into the inlet manifold. Once inside, the  intake cleaner gets to work, dissolving stubborn deposits in the exhaust gas recirculation valve. This method saves time, restores lost performance and, as an added bonus,  reducesemissions and fuel consumption. We recommend using  Diesel Intake Cleaner or Gasoline Intake cleaner, depending on the engine type. BIZOL Diesel Intake Clean+ c35 should be used for cleaning the air-intake manifold,  EGR system and turbocharger. BIZOL Gasoline Intake Clean+ c36 should be used for cleaning the intake manifold and throttle body, as well as on parts such as idle actuator valves, actuators, EGR valves, injectors, butterfly valves, mass airflow sensors and carburettor parts.

Efficient maintenance of sensitive components

Sensitive components such as those of a modern braking system with electronic driver-assistance systems such as ABS, ASR, and ESP need to perform reliably in all situations and  temperature extremes. When electronic driver-assistance system components are cleaned or replaced there is always a danger that mistakes being made or far more dire consequences. Rest assured, there is a way of preparing these sensitive components during routine maintenance. Special boron nitride-based sprays are straightforward to use, protect against electrolytic corrosion and seizing at high temperatures.

BIZOL Ceramic+ L55 can be used to treat brake and exhaust system components, as well as spark plugs or other threaded components. Components assembled with a light coating of BIZOL Ceramic+ L55 are far easier to remove, maintain and replace the next time around. Using BIZOL Ceramic+ L55 can potentially save a lot of time and money – for example the need to time-consuming put a car on a vehicle lift in a workshop can be significantly reduced if parts are easier to remove.

Picking the right tools can significantly speed up maintenance work

Replacing hardened or dried out gaskets can be quite a frustrating and time-consuming job. Gasket Remover+ c37 saves you a considerable amount of the boring and laborious work involved in scraping off gaskets and gasket residue. The right spray for removing gaskets in the shortest possible time can work wonders. Gasket Remover+ c37 is residue-free and leaves the mating surface spotless so that the new gasket can do its job properly.The benefits don’t end there though, because the less scraping you have to do, the risk of injury and damage to the mating surface is significantly reduced.

In general, you can see that not only the time and effort involved in repeated maintenance but also the cost of longer repair times makes a significant difference. So, as we have learned, picking the right tools for the job can save you a lot of time and money.

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