Key Benefits:

Other Benefits:

Reduction of fuel consumption
(up to 15% while driving, up to 30% at idle)
  • Restores surfaces of parts and compensates current wear.
  • Equalizes and increases compression in cylinders.
  • Increases pressure in the oil system up to nominal values.
  • Creates an active protection system of parts against
    overloads and overheating.
  • Improves lubricating properties of oil and tribological
    characteristics of engine assemblies.
  • Increases engine power and acceleration capability.
  • Reduces noise and vibration.
  • Ensures antiwear protection of the engine for
    100,000 km (60,000 miles) of run


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.

Ecological rationality;
reduction of exhaust emmisions.

Main characteristics of a part surface
before and after revitalization:

Microhardness, kg/mm265-280650-750steel is - 55-65 kg/mm2, or with 2% Cr – 180 kg/mm2
Roughness, Ra, micron0,9-2,10,06the friction coefficient is reduced by between 100-300 times
Corrosion resistancelow, mildstably high

Units repair and restoration

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.