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Testing & Evaluation
In-house testing by a major oil producer in southern
Texas compared 3 diesel engines wear rates using our formulas
with a 4th engine (same size and manufacturer) which was using
our formulas. All engines used a high grade of major brand engine
oil. Records clearly indicate an average of 14 times greater
wear in the 3 engines not using our formulas than the engine
that was using our formulas. [Bauerlein Consultants]
Caterpillar 1G-2, Petter AV-1, Commer TS-3, and
CRC L-49 performed by well-known diesel engine manufacturer
in mid west US. Using the before and after method, BHP was
increased an average of 70/o over 50 hours run time and kept
between the range of 900 to 1,400 RPM. These engines consumed
an average of 43.7% less oil over the 480 hours in the G-2 and
also showed transverse cylinder wear decreased by up to 100%
with ring gap increase reduced by 67% and ring side clearance
was reduced by up to 50%. Peter AV-1 showed 32% to 41% reduction
in ring wear, a 59% reduction in piston and fine wear along
with a 13% decrease in engine deposits CRC L-49 data indicates
a 12.5% improvement in "cold starts".
API Sequence 111 - This test is mandatory for
all API "SE" classified oils. Using a General Motors
recommended oil testing performed on a before and after basis.
Results: 60% less oil thickening due to oxidation, 50% less
rod bearing wear, 20% less varnish accumulation on pistons and
rings and a 8% increases in horsepower.
Caterpillar 1G-2 test (diesel) on a before and
after basis. Results - 50% reduction in oil consumption and
a reduction "M" piston crown deposits from 100% down
to practically nothing.
EPA Title 40 Fuel Economy FTP by General Motors
Research Labs, Fuel and Lubricants Division, Warren, Michigan.
Results - Average fuel economy increases from 3.1% to 7.4%
using our formulas. These were the highest results of the
4 different friction modifiers tested.
API-MS Sequence (modified). Results clearly reflect
a 75% reduction in a tappet wear or failure with our formulas.
EPA 75 FTP fuel economy procedures done by Ford
Motor Company Detroit, MI. Data clearly indicates our formula
accounts for the highest fuel economy increases of 9.22%
in the overall (average) metro highway mileage.
MS Sequence tests IIB, IIIB, VD and IIIC; also
Cat 1, G-2 and CRC L-49. Data clearly reflects reduced sludge,
varnish, wear and 12% to 13% improvement in cold cranking.
SAF, J - 1082 Fuel Economy testing by The 'University
of Michigan, Dept, of Mechanical Engineering, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Data clearly shows fuel economy increases from 8.2% suburban
cycle to 9.6% highway cycle and 22.4% increase in the urban
cycle. Test covered 18,000 miles on 7 vehicles with our
formulas again shown to be both effective and superior.