It all starts with soot


What's the Problem

piston blowby(In Diesel engines the Turbo, wastegate, EGR and PDF all have a common problem and has alot to do with the quality of the engines oil.) Since catalytic converters are necessary to prevent environmental pollution, and carbon buildup and soot has become a huge Problem in engines since the early 1990's, decreasing the longevity of the Catalytic Converter's, which only lasted in the range of 125,000 kilometers and the EPA requirements of 160,000 kilometers Guaranty had to be aquired and a solutions needed to become a reality , then the engine manufactures found that by increasing the temperature in the engines rather then having it at 180 degrees it was increased to 210 degrees. What this did was made the engines oil burn and burnt oil creates carbons, Soot's and sludge which slowly builds up within the engines, as this slow process accumulates the piston rings are effected and blow-by increases which degrades the engines compression, performance, endurance and efficiency. Here is What a A Diesel Turbo should look like when Inspected

Once treated with MoreMPG™

What it does is it penetrates through the carbon to get to the metal, using the finest quality in nanotechnology has the capacity to clean and seal the metals to a hard ceramic finish, will not allow the formulation of sludge and abrasive carbons, this allows the piston rings to have the same spring effect as when the engine was new, and therefore MoreMPG™ cleans and fuses to the walls of the cylinders and rings and any other components is in contact with the oil. MoreMPG has been proven to reduce soot's in oil analysis in the range of 60 - 70% over and over.

Why does the oil gets contaminated faster?

dirty oilSoot's and Carbon accumulation beneath the piston rings which loses it's spring effect increases blow-by gases, If you have a new car, you will notice that when you first changed the oil, it was relatively clean. As the engines accumulates mileage the oil gets dirtier, mostly caused from contamination of blow-by gas, because during the combustion it blew by the piston rings and down into the oil, soot builds up from the extreme heat reducing the oil's viscosity allowing more blow-by, which is the reason why the oil is more contaminated (darker) the more mileage on the engine. The following linked article certainly has some excellent explanations called The Perils of Chronic Under-Loading, by: Steve Antonio Marine Consulting

Compression and Harmonic Vibrations

If you would take a compression test on your engine you will find that the pressure is somewhere between 10- to 15 PSI of each other which is usually quoted as acceptable. After applying MoreMPG™ to the engine and have driven at least 500 kilometer with the treatment, if you were to take another compression test you would find that the pressure should be between 1 to 2 PSI of each other. What MoreMPG™ has done is balanced the power into each cylinder by creating a near perfect cylinder seal, which results in reducing most of the harmonics or vibrations . This is why people find their engine or car runs so much smoother. Simply said, MoreMPG™ has brought back that new car feeling again, in performance, efficiency and reducing harmful green house gases. Understanding Harmonic Vibration

Soot and Carbon Robs The Engines Performance.

It's the accumulation of soot and carbon buildup that robs the engines performance which accumulates so slowly that we don't feel the loss of performance. Carbon starts to accumulates in as little as 2000 km. How many kilometers do you have on your engine? After a period of time we finaly start to notice it's not the same as it was new, we do our regular maintenance and still not getting that performance as we had not that long ago. MoreMPG™ brings back that performance and keeps that engine clean.

What MoreMPG™ does is it evens out the compression and cleans the engine of carbons and the penetrates and fuses to the components metal and now you left with piston that are now Ceramic on Oil and Ceramic, not Metal Oil then Metal causing less friction and of course less friction means less heat and the temperature goes down.

Now how does that reduce emission and helps save the Catalytic Converter.

Well because we have reduce a significant amount of Blow-by gases going into the oil, reducing soot's as the oil stays much cooler and that keeps the engine cooler, but all the heat in the combustion chamber is going out the exhaust pipe so therefore your still able to keep the (PDF) or Catalytic Converter clean as it requires heat to burn the access carbons. Expanding heat that explodes with the spark plugs (or by compression in a diesel) is what pushes the piston down creating force (power) therefore the more of that heat we can capture the better off we are. More Compression mean More Burn in the chamber, More burn means less emissions. MoreMPG™ reduces those harmful emission gases as much as 92%.

Metal is very coarse under microscopic view, it's like sandpaper on sandpaper

  Untreated Course Metals

  Creates Friction = Heat

  Ceramic Treated Metals

 Results a near perfect seal

metal coarse1 piston22 metal treated piston clean

   Pourus =More Abrasive

More Carbon accumilation

   Less friction =Less Heat

   Complete burn=cleaner

You can apply it to anything that requires lubrication

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