PROLONG HEAVY DUTY OIL STABILIZER REDUCES FLEET ENGINE LUBRICATION-RELATED PROBLEMS
POMONA, Calif. – Prolong(r) Super Lubricants’ Super Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer is available to help solve lubrication-related problems such as engine noise, oil leaks and oil burning.
The Super Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer creates a seal around the piston rings to restore compression, slowing down exhaust blow-by and reducing exhaust smoke emissions. Formulated with the company’s exclusive AFMT(tm) (Anti-Friction Metal Treatment) technology, it reduces heat and friction to provide cooler running engines and will maintain viscosity in hot and cold weather.
Prolong’s Super Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer will not void engine warranties and helps prevent sludge and varnish deposits; it’s effective with gas and diesel engines and is compatible with petroleum or synthetic oils. The product is available in one-quart and one-gallon bottles, five-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums.
“We combined necessary additives to our AFMT technology to form a non-corrosive antioxidant formula, which keeps the oil cleaner longer and makes the Super Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer effective against common engine problems,” says Jeff Victer, Director of Sales – Global, Prolong.
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Prolong Super Lubricants, a brand of GoldenWest Lubricants, Inc., produces a wide range of chemicals and car care products, including engine, fuel and transmission additives; chassis and wheel lubricants; vinyl and leather protectants. Its Anti-Friction Metal Treatment(tm) (AFMT) advanced technology treats and modifies the surface of metal to reduce metal wear, heat and friction. For more information, visit www.Prolong.com, or contact Prolong at 1937 Mount Vernon Ave., Pomona, Calif., 91768; phone: 800.540.LUBE (5823); fax: 800.966.LUBE (5823).
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