Test confirms conditioner's fuel improvements
Oct 1, 2008 12:00 PM
The ability of a ceramic nano-technology product from CerMet Lab to increase fuel economy in a heavy-duty truck has been verified by an SAE J1321 Type II fuel consumption test.
Performed by independent testing company Claude Travis & Associates, the test showed that installation of CerMet Lab's ceramic-metal conditioner in a vehicle's engine oil sump “demonstrated a significant and repeatable improvement in fuel economy.” What's more, in actual field tests by freight carriers, fuel consumption decreases of 5% to 15% have been documented.
The nano-particle ceramic conditioner, which is added to the engine oil, restores metal and reduces friction in metal-to-metal environments. Fuel economy benefits of the treatment are reported to last for approximately 60,000 miles of operation.
For more information, visit www.cermetlab.com.
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