The major oil related frictional losses in an automotive or heavy duty truck engine occur in the boundary (metal-to-metal contact) lubricated areas of the engine, especially at or near top dead center of the piston stroke where the piston rings press against the cylinder wall and in the valve train area (where metal-to-metal contact occurs).
Some of the energy produced when fuel is combusted is used to overcome frictional losses, thereby increasing the amount of energy required to make the vehicle move forward resulting in lost fuel economy.
The Synergyn® Engine Treatment contains a graphene nano-colloidal additive chemistry which, when incorporated into your engines oil, produces a thin protective tribofilm on the engine surfaces under boundary lubrication conditions. This tribofilm, produced under high contact pressure on the boundary lubricated parts of the engine causes a modification of metal surfaces. Synergyn reduces friction between the contacting metal engine surfaces, reducing wear and improving miles per gallon performance.
Synergyn® Engine Treatment contains an advanced lubrication technology that forms a strong surface film on metal surfaces, producing a potent layer of anti-friction and anti-wear protection. This advanced lubrication will revitalize your engine, improve power, lower operating temperatures, and smooth the performance in your vehicles engine.
Synergyn® Anti-Friction Protection
for your Gas or Diesel Engine
In those areas of the engine where metal-to-metal contact occurs and where temperatures are hot, (near top dead center of the piston stroke) a chemical reaction occurs between the referred to surface film and the metal surfaces producing a chemically modified metal surface. This chemically modified surface has different mechanical properties (reduced number of and less hard surface asperities) than the original surface, resulting in lower friction and wear between contacting metal surfaces (piston rings and cylinder wall). Therefore, to sum up, in the boundary lubricated areas of the engine, the positively charged nano-particles of chemistry becomes attached to the metal surfaces, becoming an integral part of the surface through a subsequent chemical reaction.
Synergyn® Engine Treatment works synergistically with Synergyn XTrA MPG™ chemistry that serves as a catalyst in the engines combustion chamber that allows the air/fuel combustion reaction to proceed at much lower energy input and temperatures, leading to more efficient combustion, improved fuel economy / power and reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
Synergyn® Engine Treatment Provides:
- GREATER Anti-Wear Protection
- REDUCES Engine Wear
- DRAMATIC Reduction in Heat & Friction
- SIGNIFICANT Improvement in Fuel Economy
- RESTORES Lost Power and Torque
- SMOOTHER Running Engine
- REMOVES Gum, Varnish, Carbon Buildup and Metal Contaminants in the Oil
- REDUCES Maintenance and Operating Costs
- REDUCED Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Disclaimer: The performance of your vehicle may vary as a result of your driving habits, highway conditions, weather, age and condition of your vehicle.
Synergyn® Engine Treatment Friction Screener Test
Synergyn® Engine Treatment contains an advanced chemistry which, when introduced into your engines oil, delivers microscopic carbon nano-particles that accumulate in metal asperities and wear crevices and on contacting metal surfaces to reduce wear. Our advanced technology forges a unique tribo-film layer of dual anti-friction / anti-wear surface-reconditioning protection on the metal surfaces in your engine. This layer of protection extends the operational life of conventional lubricants and extends the life of metal parts and surfaces in your engine.
Our R&D team tested Synergyn® Engine Treatment in a SRV® 3 Test System, 20mm 52100 Steel Ball/Steel Disk, MOstep4 conditions. The Reference Oil for the test was a commercial SAE 5W-30 (ILSAC GF-5 quality) fuel efficient (Sequence VID Test, ASTM D7589) Oil. The additional friction reduction provided by Synergyn® Engine Treatment is 20.0%. Neither of the components, individually at 2.2 weight percent, showed an Additional Friction Reduction as large as the combined formula. Therefore, combining A and B produces a friction reducing effect which is greater than that produced by either alone, a synergistic effect.