|Two successful test of the new lubricant in automotive applications|
|• Test 1|
An automobile with 94,000 miles of wear with an oil consumption of 1 quart per 700 miles
was given an oil change to the New Engine Performance Motor Oil.
After that the automobile was operated with make up oil as required. The oil consumption
went to approximately 1 quart per 2400 miles after 5600 miles and average one quart per
2000 miles for the next 10000 miles. This was with a SAE 10-30.
|• Test 2|
Said vehicle due to a head gasket leak operated for approximately 7000 miles (140 hours
in a combine cycle mode (internal combustion-steam engine). This indicated the possibility
of combined cycle operation on a continuous basis with 10 percent energy output on the same
fuel input! Other tests are on going.
| Additional Info on This Teflon (PTFE) Reaction Product Lubricant|
The application for this lubricating material extend into diesels, trucks, jet
engines, all uses of lubricating oil and grease. The lubricity of the material appears to exceed that of other materials. It appear to coat wear surfaces at a rate equal to or greater than the loss occurring due to wear. With such capability the envelope of performance machinery / equipment requiring lubrication could be expanded. Lighter weight engine blocks of aluminum for internal combustion engines. Exceeding the pollution standard being called out. Exceed API GF-4! Chemical Engineering Triumph. The use of thinner SAE grades i.e. 0 - 20 with associate more miles per gallon is there. A basis for a new API grade! This motor oil improve engine performance with motor oil changes by coating wear surfaces. The use in the combined cycle mode is for larger motors for trucks etc. With trucks increasing miles per gallon is very important. Len Andersen (800-428-4801 / STLE member) with +20 years of chemical engineering developed this product for use in automotive applications. The Teflon (ptfe) use in car engines goes back many years but the results varied greatly. This patented products got it right! The other engine application that come to mind are the burning of coal dust and other fuel that cause unacceptable ware with the lubricant that are presently widely used. The cost of said coal is less than half that of diesel fuels used and were the fuel of the original diesel engines. In truck applications the fuel saving should be greater than cars. This product is offered for sale, licensing and /or other business arrangements. This is the synthetic motor oil of the future.