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XADO Maximum Strenght Formula - FriktionTek® Ceramic Diesel Engine Treatment

XADO's Maximum Formula - FriktionTek® Ceramic Diesel Engine Treatment is the best way to optimize your engine's overall performance and reduce fuel consumption without parts, labor and downtime.

Unlike traditional engine oil additives, FriktionTek® by XADO does more than just coat. Our 1-stage treatment actually resurfaces your engine's internal metal parts to eliminate noise, smoking and vibration while increasing horsepower and improving gas mileage.

FriktionTek® by XADO's metal conditioner simultaneously cleans, restores and protects worn parts creating a smoother, more durable surface. It effectively optimizes performance while reducing friction and wear.

While the science is advanced, the application is simple. XADO works by applying a long-lasting ceramic-metal (cermet) surface to engines while you drive. It penetrates metal surfaces up to 30 microns deep and forms a strong new ceramic-metal bond.

By reducing friction and heat, the technology provides similar benefits to traditional lubricants but works in a completely different way. FriktionTek® by XADO does not modify the oil in any way. Instead, it modifies the surface structure of the metal to make it act more like a ceramic. Ceramic-metal alloys (known for their strength, durability, smoothness, high heat resistance and regenerative properties) have been used for decades in racing, industry, aviation and nuclear propulsion. With FriktionTek®, a ceramic-metal coating can now be applied without disassembly. By eliminating parts, labor and downtime, XADO Revitalizant technology provides a huge cost savings with the same benefit.

Advantages

FriktionTek® by XADO metal conditioner resurfaces engine rings, cylinder walls, lifters, camshaft (lobes & journals), crankshaft journals, oil pump, turbo charger, valve guides, timing chains & gears and super chargers.

Also works on diesel generators & refrigeration units.

 

Treatment results:

Increases, equalizes and maintains cylinder compression

Normalizes "blow-by"

Restores oil pressure

Reduces fuel consumption

Increases horsepower

Improves acceleration

Decreases noise and vibration

Improves cold starts

Decreases harmful emissions

Reduces unscheduled downtime

Extends miles until overhaul

Typically shows noticeable improvements within 15 minutes (in high-mileage engines) and the process is complete in 1,250 miles

Restores and protects metal-to-metal surfaces against wear

Lasts up to 65,000 miles.

 

Technical Specs

FriktionTek® by XADO is an eco-friendly product. It is non-toxic and non-flammable. XADO Ceramic Engine oil additive consists of a natural ceramic compound suspended in a synthetic gel. It contains no PTFEs, metals, detergents, or waxes. Unlike some other ceramic treatments, FriktionTek® does not contain harmful additives like chlorines and carbons.

Due to the particle size, XADO cannot clog oil filters or hoses. It only works on metal surfaces and has no effect on seals or gaskets. FriktionTek® by XADO is compatible with all oil types and oil additives.

Instructions

Warm your engine up to its normal running temperature.

Turn off. Add FriktionTek to the crankcase oil. DO NOT ADD TO THE GAS TANK.

Start engine and let idle or drive for at least 15 minutes.

For vehicles with more than 125,000 miles or those experiencing severe problems, a second dose may be necessary to completely optimize the coating.

Dose

Most Passenger vehicles (up to 10 qts of oil): one 18 ML cartridge

Medium duty trucks (11 - 20 qts of oil): 36 ML (two 18 ML cartridges)

Heavy duty trucks (21-30 qts of oil): 54 ML (three 18 ML cartridges)

Most long haul tractors: 90 ML (five 18 ML cartridges)

NOTE: FriktionTek® by XADO works better on boundry friction than hydrodynamic friction zones. Cylinder walls and piston rings coat within 1,000 miles. Since there is much less friction, bearings may take much longer to see any effects of treatment. Oil may be changed after 1,250 miles even though bearing surfaces are still undergoing the work-hardening process.