Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Cleaning of auxiliary heaters
Unlock the car, open the door, get in and start – a simple routine that every vehicle owner knows. During the cold season, however, this ordinary sequence is often interrupted because sometimes the lock is frozen, occasionally the doors cannot be opened and in most cases, the windscreens have to be scraped before the start of the ride. As if this were not enough, the interior is so cold during the first few kilometers that you could almost cut building material for an igloo from your own breath. In addition, the windows are fogged up and the engine suffers from the cold start phase – in short, setting off on a journey in winter is not a very nice experience.
Helper in need
A simple solution for many of the wintry adversities is an auxiliary heating system. It makes sure that the engine and, consequently, the vehicle interior heat up significantly faster – sometimes even before driving. This means more comfort, more safety thanks to clear visibility and less wear, as the cold start phase shortens. However, fuel-powered auxiliary heating systems should be freed regularly of dust and debris when they are frequently used in winter – especially in the short-run operation. Thus, they can reliably develop their full power and provide pleasant warmth. This cleaning is, by the way, quite easy, because these elements are connected to the fuel system. As a positive side effect, our diesel or petrol products easily remove all contamination and protect from new operational deposits.