Restores the engine’s optimal performances

All TEXA’s certified quality for a reliable and safe solution

H2 BLASTER is the innovative solution that introduces the advantages of an advanced technology and the reliability of the TEXA certified industrial production (IATF 16949, ISO 9001, ISO/IEC27001, TISAX e VDA 6.3.), completely “Made in Italy” on modern assembly lines, in the industry of endothermic engine
decarbonisation devices.

Over time the fuel used to power vehicles, either petrol, diesel, LPG or methane, generates carbon residues that deposit on essential components, such as the pistons, valves, injectors, particulate filter, catalysts and inevitably leads to a progressive deterioration of engine efficiency.

This translates into lower performance, high consumptions, more pollution and extra costs due to unexpected repairs.

The solution is H2 BLASTER, the new tool developed by TEXA that, using the combined power of hydrogen and oxygen, cleans the parts involved in the internal combustion process completely and restores the engine’s optimal performance, at the same reducing consumptions and harmful emissions.

What are the benefits obtained after
a treatment with H2 BLASTER

Cabinet in acciaio
120x73x70 cm - 80kg

Valvola sicurezza
blocca fiamma certificata
e omologata

per prova visiva
di funzionamento

con sensori pressione
e controllo livelli

Ruote posteriori off road
e softwheel anteriori

Cella elettrolitica
inox 316L

Produzione gas
HHO 460 lt/h

Sensore pressione e temperatura cella

Sensore perdite idrogeno

Valvola limitatrice di pressione

Led multifunzione
ad alta visibilità con avviso sonoro

Emergency stop button

Display 10’’ Touch screen
industrial Android

VCI NOS inclusa
per controllo motore veicolo

restored initial power and better acceleration performances

more stable idle and reduced noisiness

fuel economy

reduction of harmful emissions

DPF, EGR and Turbo cleaning

cleaning of the internal engine parts without disassembling them

H2 BLASTER in action
efficient, powerful, highly performing

H2 BLASTER uses the water electrolysis process to generate oxyhydrogen, a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen that, with the
engine cold and warm, is injected into the intake manifold through the practical service pipe and reaches the combustion
chamber. Here the gas is triggered by the high temperature and
reacts transforming into water vapour and high pressure.

This way the decarbonisation process starts: the water vapour
penetrates the deposits and melts the carbon deposited on the
pistons, valves and injector tips and in general on the components that are between the chamber and the exhaust duct.

Before and after a treatment with H2 BLASTER

All the treatment phases are monitored by NOS (NAVIGATOR OBD Service) that,
connected to the diagnostic socket, verifies that the procedure is carries out safely.


Where does H2 BLASTER act?
• combustion chamber (piston crown, valve heads, injector tips)
• EGR valve
• variable geometry turbine
• particulate filter
• oxygen sensor
• catalyst
• all the exhaust manifold components

Safety first
thanks to exclusive technical solutions

Hydrogen is a flammable and explosive gas.

H2 BLASTER, on the contrary, is equipped with a series of operator safety control devices that, other than
managing efficiently any possible failure, guarantee a highly performing treatment:

Using the NOS
all the phases
are monitored continuously

To manage all the operating phases efficiently, TEXA also developed NOS, NAVIGATOR OBD Service, a diagnostic device able to communicate with the various electronic control units in the vehicle and to read the parameters required so that the decarbonisation is performed in safe way.


Engine rev and
temperature check

NOS constantly checks the engine’s rpm and temperature on order to prevent the H2 BLASTER from continuing to produce gas if the engine shuts down or overheats


Test drive,
with a dedicated APP

After the decarbonisation, the softened and detached particulate residues must be expelled to avoid them from accumulating in the particulate filter, in the catalyst or in the exhaust pipe: for this reason, it is important to carry out a test drive.

NAVIGATOR OBD Service is essential during this phase because when the vehicle is moving it continues to read the engine revs and the temperature values that it sends in real time to the H2 BLASTER app* that can be downloaded on an iOS or Android smartphone.

During the test drive the app requests the operator to drive 5/6 kilometres at high engine speed, so to favour the discharge of the unburnt residues. Through an audible notification the app warns when it is possible to end the test drive.

Once the decarbonisation process is complete, H2 BLASTER generates a detailed report to give the customer to confirm that the service was carried out. All the generated reports are filed in the myTEXA portal.

* to connect a smartphone to NOS and un the TEXA H2 BLASTER app, simply scan with the camera the QR code on the tool’s display.

On-line technical assistance

A specialised operator always available

H2 BLASTER, connected to the Internet through the Wi-Fi network, also allows using a very useful after-sales
technical assistance service.
To use it, simply access the software interface’s Applications page and select the Remote Assistance item.
From here you can request the help of a specialised technician that remotely will take control of the H2 BLASTER to carry out maintenance activities to support the operator in the workshop.
For example, the technician can proceed with the station’s activation, check its operating status, any possible error that it may have generated and much more.

Interconnected solution

The design features implemented by TEXA for the creation of H2 BLASTER make it an extremely innovative garage equipment thanks to its double actionability.
In fact, the decarbonisation service can be set either from the display or from a PC in the workshop (connected via W-Fi)

Scheduled service

The interconnection between myTEXA and H2 BLASTER allows programming, directly from the portal, a service with the data received by the customer upon check-in and transferred to H2 BLASTER. At this point the operator must simply launch the manual service from the display and complete the operation professionally.

H2 BLASTER performs the working cycle and at the end generates a report that is sent to the myTEXA portal to be filed. The report, that contains the result of the service, the information on the times, the process parameters and any possible failure notification, can be viewed, printed and sent to the customer, even some other time.

In the myTEXA portal the machine status, component wear, scheduled maintenances and all the performance tests are always available in order to monitor the deterioration of the electrolytic cell and replace it if needed.

Technical Specifications

HHO gas supply: 460 lt/h max
Maximum absorbed power: 1400 W
Tank: 8 litres max
Power supply: 90 – 264 VAC
Size and weight: 730x700x1200 mm, 80 kg
Display: 10” industrial touch