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CERAMICS 2 - Mode of operation

are added to the warm engine oil. The treatment is transported to the most friction-intensive parts of the engine via the oil. Through the internal engine pressure, the ceramic materials are integrated in the exposed surfaces like for example running surfaces, bearings, etc. The adhesion of the material increases in parallel to the frictional temperature so that the parts that are most exposed are also protected best.

The surface smoothness increases immediately together with the adhesion of the material. This again leads to considerably lower frictional losses, whereas- supported by the extremely high heat-transfer coefficient of the ceramic material - a faster heat release is caused that can be seen in a decrease in oil temperature. For this reason, the oil remains more viscous and results in a reduced loss of oil in addition.

CERAMIC ENGINE TREATMENT can be used for all petrol, diesel and gas engines.

1 can ( 250 ml ) is enough for 5 litres of engine oil. For engines with a higher oil volume, increase the dosage in a ratio of 1 : 20. The mode of action becomes clearly noticeable up to a run performance of 50,000 km.

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