How does it work?

When METABOND product comes into contact with metal whilst under pressure it creates a chemical reaction which modifies and refines the metal surfaces. Under an electron microscope, the surface of metal looks rough, but by using METABOND, the surface is applied with a microscopic ceramic film that creates an incredibly hard and very flat smooth surface which can withstand the damage usually caused by friction. Even under extreme stress, the METABOND surface treatment ensures ideal conditions for the engine oil / lubricant. The life span of the engine increases substantially because of the significant drop in friction (min. 60%) and the corresponding reduction of wear and tear to which the motor’s components are subjected. Also, there is a very noticeable reduction in the energy consumption of the engine as it operates which results in considerably more fuel efficiency. Both the operating temperature and the noise level produced are noticeably reduced. All the freely moving parts achieve a recognisable increase in performance. In new engines and equipment the lifespan can achieve as much as a three fold increase in operation. As METABOND works it’s way into the metals that rub against each other, it refines the surface to surface interface and prevents the difficulties associated with cold starts and ensures that for initial starting, there is added protection until the oil pump has pressurised the system.. METABOND can be added to every synthetic or mineral based lubricating oil or grease.. Oil treated with METABOND allows the oil change interval to be longer than an oil without the additive. This longer interval reduces the burden on the environment, yet still maintains the performance advantage. The oil sludge build up and metal pollution normally associated with engines run withoutMETABOND is significantly reduced using METABOND which also considerably reduces harmful gases. We guarantee that with appropriate use and application, you will get all the stated performances advantages without any adverse effects when using METABOND products.

Metal under a microscope without Metabond 675 times larger: Metallo-senza
While appearing perfectly polished to the naked eye, under the microscope, the metallic surfaces ground appear as a fractured rock.
The metals present microscopic analysis a rough surface and uneven:

Metabond microscope after treatment with Metabond: Metallo-con
With the addition of 5% of Metabond in the lubricating oil during engine operation, the metal surface is smoothed and polished (one speaks of 2-3 microns) as the Metabond chemically reacts due to soaring of heat generated ‘friction allowing the “straightening” of the metal. All this allows us to reduce the friction from 40 to 60%.
With the addition of 5% of Metabond in the lubricant is formed during the operation of a level surface and uniform:


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