lubrilon product test results

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a synopsis of all major test results performed on Lubrilon products.


Consumers Digest

"We were somewhat skeptical at first, but it turns out that the product does exactly what the manufacturer claims it does. In fact, the more we looked, the more facts stacked up on the products side."

The Automotive Service Council of Pennsylvania, Inc. performed a torture test with excellent results. Three cars were treated with Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection. Six months later, the oil was drained from each vehicle, and the cars were driven, without oil plugs, for about a half hour. The water temperature never rose, and the engines sustained no apparent damage.

The US Army found virtually no wear or deterioration to all components treated with Lubrilon Products. All internal parts were sent to a N.A.S.A. lab for detailed inspection. Testing at N.A.S.A. proved the coating to be 1 micron thick and bonded to the metal surfaces.

The Franklin Institute Research Laboratory, Inc. tried to remove the permanent coating that Lubrilon products apply to lubricated metal surfaces but were unable to do so. They concluded that ‛‛The above experiments show that coating to be 1 to 2 microns thick and bonded to the surface.”

TÜV, a prestigious Motor Test Lab in Germany, conducted testing on Lubrilon Products and the results showed, “… a measurable reduction in the frictional losses through the addition of Lubrilon to the engine, gear box and back axle oils.”

The Cranfield Institute of Technology in England conducted a 5 Year Test on the effect Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection has on metals. This test lead to two important conclusions:
• as compared to ordinary oil, Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection dramatically extends the life of the metal.
• the product coats the metal surfaces, causing the treated "dry" metal to outperform untreated "dry" metal.

The Southwest Research Institute found that you can resist and protect from corrosion caused by salt water spray through the use of Lubrilon'* All Purpose Penetrating Lubricant Spray. (APPL Spray)

Detroit Allison, a division of General Motors Corporation, tested Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection and stated that “Lubrilon is an all organic material which does not lend itself to laboratory-type analysis.”

The US Department of Energy found that with a 5% increase in fuel economy, approximately 100 million barrels of fuel would be saved annually. Their test on Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection concluded the following increase in fuel economy:
Fuel Economy, mpg change
Urban +6.9%
Highway +5.31%

Nordisk Motor Center, Sweden’s most advanced motor testing establishment, conducted testing on Lubrilon products and stated that, “Lubrilon maintains its effectiveness even after an oil change” and “fuel consumption decreased by 11.4%”

Fuel Economy, mpg change
Urban +6.9%
Highway +5.31%

The Engineering Research & Application Ltd in England conducted a test on Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection and reported the following increase in fuel economy:

Condition Percent Change
Urban -      +7
90 KPH-     +5.15
120 KPH-  +11.32

Le Tourneau University conducted a test proving the fuel economy gains achieved by treated engines with Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection. After driving 800 miles, mileage per gallon increased from 16 mpg to 21.8 mpg. (highway driving)

The University of Nantes in France conducted a full load test on Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection, proving our claims to be true. Internal engine friction decreased while horsepower and torque increased. They stated that “a single treatment with Lubrilon Engine Protection will provide a substantial savings due to improved engine efficiency and lubrication”

At full load Test Results
 - 16 %
Torque   + 4.7 %
Horsepower   + 4.7 %
Acceleration   + 17 %

The Federal Aviation Administration found engine friction at take off and cruise RPM’s lowered 25 to 30 percent when aircraft engines are treated with Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection. Also, oil consumption after ten hours of testing was a mere one pint. (Normal acceptable oil consumption averages one quart per two hours.) They concluded by stating that they “..Would consider all findings to be better than acceptable standards."

The Swedish Institute of Agricultural Engineering found a decrease in the amount of harmful carbon dust emissions and fuel consumption achieved through the use of Lubrilon Permanent Engine Protection.

An independent service station and a garage in Bethesda, MD reported an occasion where they used Lubrilon Keep Clean to help their customer pass emissions testing and stated that “It's performance like this that is getting the Lubrilon name flying around the Washington DC area.”
                                   Before       Maryland Standard       After Using Keep Clean
Hydrocarbons                 3.80                    2.2                              .80
CO2                              1.85                    1.20                             .47