EDT Automotive’s money-saving innovations recognised at Workshop Magazine Power Awards
EDT Automotive’s fuel-saving and emissions-reducing technology has been awarded with yet another prestigious prize, this time a ‘highly commended’ place in the Product Innovation category at the inaugural Workshop Magazine Power Awards.
Held at the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, the Workshop Magazine Power Awards are of particular significance as they are voted for by the readers of the magazine.
Workshop’s readers recognised that EDT’s fully automated engine cleaning technology vastly improves the engine’s coefficient of friction, allowing new oil to perform to its maximum capabilities and resulting in a dramatic, money-saving impact on fuel economy, CO emissions, engine performance and drivability.
The auto transmission machine builds upon the same principle, removing accumulated contaminants and old fluid, flushing the auto box through with a bespoke cleaner and conditioner then replenishing it with new fluid, yielding similarly impressive results.
Commenting on the acknowledgment, Managing Director, David Holmes said: “It’s an honour to be recognised by the readers of Workshop magazine, as these technicians and garage owners are the end users of our products who understand the difference that they can make.
“It’s yet another achievement in an already fantastic year for the company.”
The second generation of EDT's unique pay-as-you-use engine cleaning and auto transmission machines are available to order now, with delivery due in October. To find out more, contact EDT Automotive on 01233 712341.
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About EDT Automotive
The Engine Decontamination Machine has been manufactured in the USA and distributed throughout the world for over 20 years. EDT Automotive have now carried out treatments on thousands of vehicles, removing contamination, improving their mpg, reducing their emissions and enhancing the overall performance of the cars.
Thanks to a unique engineering process, the EDT machine removes all the sludge, varnish and debris that builds-up in the engine. Improving the engine’s coefficient of friction allows the new oil to perform to its maximum capabilities. This then has a positive impact on fuel economy, CO emissions, engine performance and drivability.
The process is fully automated and takes less than fifteen minutes to complete a full clean the vehicle’s engine, using a bespoke, environmentally-friendly, bio-fuel, white food grade oil.
Average emission reductions on cars tested are 69% on CO and 58% on hydrocarbons, as of September 2015.
You can find out more here - http://www.edtautomotive.com/about/ .