Engine & OEM
Applying our product to engines has been proven to reduce friction between moving parts which, in turn, increases torque, boosts horsepower, lightens fuel consumption and cuts emissions. The environmentally friendly coating, which penetrates, hardens and smoothes metal on a molecular level, allows engine and transmission drive train bearings to run cooler, thus reducing oil degradation and improving lubricity.
Because our product, which can be formulated for high-temperature applications, uses nanotechnology to penetrate metals up to 50 percent and attach to the substrate’s free ions, friction is greatly reduced between contacting surfaces of moving parts. This lack in friction allows engines to operate more efficiently, stay cooler, burn less oil, use less gas and increase life expectancy. The reduced friction also improves horsepower and torque, allowing for faster acceleration and more pulling power.
Independent lab tests found our product reduced average oil temperatures by nine percent and raised torque by nine percent. Reduced friction means less wear and tear on an engine that stays up to 14 degrees cooler than those left untreated. Working less, the engines will certainly have a much longer lifespan and have a lesser impact on the environment.
With low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions, the nontoxic, silicon-based nano metal sealant has no negative impact on the environment. That, in combination with lowered CO2 emissions, means the Earth’s environment will actually benefit from the technology as our treated engines burn less fuel, produce less smog and last longer.
With viscosity similar to water, there are many different application methods that make the procedure easily tailored into the production process. It can be applied to parts before engine assembly so as not to interrupt the final courses of fabrication.
By treating engines with our product, a new metal surface is born. The surface is stronger, harder, chemically inert and impervious to damaging water, road salt, heat and other common elements. Even the most efficient engines on the market today can be perfected by our nanotechnology.