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 img1Huge Impact on the environment, For every treated Engine on this planet which MoreMPG™ reduces soot's, NOx, Carbon Monoxide, Co2 and PM's all harmful emissions not only fuel savings but also impacts more areas that we sometimes overlook, MoreMPG reduces wear and tear and gain the out-most performance from your engines and to all applicable equipment and industrial use, effects less breakdown, less parts are needed, bringing your operation cost down significantly. Keep you fleet longer and equipment more reliable, and running like New with our simple low cost MoreMPG™ maintenance program. From engines to automatic and manual transmissions, Gearboxs, hydrostatics, hydraulics, differentials, reduces electrical consumptions to hydraulic pumps, gearboxes, air conditioning units and many many more applications.


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Not just for engines, but also for Hydraulics and Gearboxes!

how hot is 'too hot'?

Hydraulic fluid temperatures above 180°F (82°C) damage most seal compounds and accelerate degradation of the oil. While the operation of any hydraulic system at temperatures above 180°F should be avoided, fluid temperature is too high when viscosity falls below the optimum value for the hydraulic system's components. This can occur well below 180°F, depending on the fluid's viscosity grade.

Many hydraulic system failures show similar symptoms throughout the industry, a gradual or sudden loss of hydralic pressure, resulting in loss of power or speed in the cylinders, to a point the hydraulic cylinders may stall under light loads or no movent. Most of the times  the power loss is  followed by an increased pump noise, as the pump tries to build up pressure.alt

Any major component (pump, relief valve, directional valve, or cylinder) could be at fault. In a sophisticated system other components could also be at fault, heat is generated as the carbon dioxide builup over time du to high temperatures of the hydraulic system, creating a conductive heat generator, MoreMPG will removed the Carbon Dioxide removing the conductivity results in significant tempurature drops.

MoreMPG cleans and treats all moving metal parts creating a near perfect ceramic seal, reducing friction and energy consumption as much as 13% on Hydro generated hydraulic pumps outperforms any additive or lubrication competition on the market today.

Forestry equipment are usually in extreme conditions through dense forests under heavy summer heat in areas that the slightest breeze can be a rare occasion causing dust and debris which chokes the equipment radiators causing higher running tempratures under heavy loads adding to the stress and the lubricants viscosity is reduced causing more friction. MoreMPG has reduced heat as Much as 25 degrees Celcius (75F) improving the equipments performance and reducing maintenance time and unecesary break downs.

Gearbox Solutions

One of the key attributes of MoreMPG™ as an oil catalyst is its very nature to produce a smooth glass-on-glass surface within gearboxes, thereby reducing friction, which in turn translates to lower operating temperatures. MoreMPG™ is an ideal “Metal Treatment System” for use in gearboxes covering the full range of applications in industries such as the chemicals, energy, material handling, environmental, extraction, pulp and paper, steel and metal, food and beverage, and construction industries.

The simple formula* below clearly demonstrates the oil temperature reduction performance characteristics of MoreMPG™ when introduced to a typical gearbox, thus resolving the premature breakdown of bearing seals.


1. Take the outside temperature of a
     gearbox using an infrared (thermal
     sensing) temperature gun.
     In this example, we will use 130
     degrees to illustrate one of the
     MoreMPG™ qualities.
2. Multiply the 130? by 1.5
     [130 x 1.5 = 195].
     Yield: OIL TEMP (195?) inside the
3. Multiply the 195? by 1.25
     [195 x 1.25 = 243.75].
     Yield: GEAR TEMP (243.75?)
     inside  the gearbox.


The above temperature examples demonstrate where the mechanical problem lies.  When the oil temperature exceeds 190 degrees, its rate of oxidation goes up dramatically, resulting in the formation of an acid called Aldehyde. This acid is what damages and eventually destroys bearing seals.  MoreMPG™ lowers the operating temperature of the oil, thereby significantly reducing or eliminating the Aldehyde buildup (depending upon the gearbox average operating temp.), a key contributor to mechanical failures.