|Reduction of fuel consumption |
(up to 15% while driving, up to 30% at idle)
No expences for major overhoul of the engine.
|No losses due to downtime |
of the mechanism during repair.
|Increase of engine lifespan, power, |
oil pressure and compression.
|Microhardness, kg/mm2||65-280||650-750||steel is - 55-65 kg/mm2, or with 2% Cr – 180 kg/mm2|
|Roughness, Ra, micron||0,9-2,1||0,06||the friction coefficient is reduced by between 100-300 times|
|Corrosion resistance||low, mild||stably high|
A coating is formed on the friction pairs, the parts gain in weight and volume and restore their initial geometry. The restoration takes place while the mechanism is operating in a regular mode and under working loads, owning to this an optimal adjustment of the friction pairs is achieved. As a result, the power and torque of the engine are increased, the cylinder compression is increased and restored etc.