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Common questions

Will small (4 g) doses of Ceramizer® effectively regenerate the engine, gearboxes, rear bridge?

The dosages of the preparations are selected so that they are sufficient to regenerate the friction surface of the engine (bushings, rings, camshaft, oil pump elements) and the friction surface of the gear teeth. Small doses (4 ml) of concentrated preparations are desirable and beneficial because:

  • do not cause an increase in the oil level in the engine, rear bridge, gearbox.
  • do not contain large amounts of unnecessary filler, thus they do not cause changes in the properties of the oil (they are not so-called oil thickeners, motodoctors).

Why don't oil manufacturers produce oil with Ceramizers®?

  • The main reasons are:
  • Not every user would feel like after changing the oil for oil with Ceramizer – use the® car for about 200km with a limited engine speed.
  • One might wonder why manufacturers do not produce extremely durable cars, even though it is technologically possible, why do we not get durable products? Also worth considering is what benefit would an oil producer who earns money from its sale if after using Ceramizer oil consumption® decreases (not to mention that the oil would have to become more expensive)?

What is the certainty that after using Ceramizers® I will get a positive effect?

Application of Ceramizers® increases and equalizes the compression pressure in the cylinders, and indirectly – reduces oil consumption, if the cause of these phenomena (reduced pressure of the end of compression and excessive oil consumption) is the wear of the cylinder liner-ring steam, but within the limits of normal operating consumption (i.e. there is no limit wear of any of these elements and none of the rings is damaged or blocked). However, if the cause of oil loss are valve sealants, they should be replaced with new ones (there is no friction of metal against metal and therefore no ceramic layer is formed). However, it is possible to use Ceramizers® prophylactically.

What is the difference between Ceramizer and Ceramizator?

Ceramizer is an original, originally existing on the market preparation – brand, present since 2003 in trade. Today, Ceramizer Sp z o.o. – the owner of the Ceramizer brand, has over 1500 distributors in the country and many foreign partners, is the owner of unique know-how on the basis of which it is constantly expanding the range of offered specialist preparations. Ceramizator – a separate and independent brand existing recently, introducing to the market a preparation whose name is probably intentionally to refer to the trademarked traditional brand of additives for engine oil and fuel – Ceramizer.

How does the preparation relate to products such as Militec, Xeramic, Modifier Plus or Motor-Life? Are these products with comparable functionality and principle of operation or is it something else? If I have previously used one of them in the engine, should I do any things before using Ceramizers®?

These preparations (Militec, Xeramic, Modifier Plus or Motor-Life) are not equivalent to those from our offer. Our preparation is a Ceramizer of the surface of friction vapors – a® ceramic-metal layer is produced on the surface of metals. In this way, the friction steam (metal-metal) is regenerated. Ceramizers® are not so-called. “oil thickeners”, “motodoctors” (1 dose is 4 ml), and the ceramization effect persists after oil change (in the case of an engine up to 70 thousand km of mileage).The use of Ceramizers® would be more effective if no other technologies that create anti-friction coatings on friction surfaces were used before. Before using Ceramizer,® we suggest removing the previously formed layers – this can be done during normal operation, but it takes quite a long time (at least 2 oil change periods). However, Ceramizers® can be used after previous application of other additives, but then the ceramic-metal layer will form more slowly.

In stores and on the Internet there are a dozen if not several dozen additives to oil and fuel, sellers call more and more products Ceramizerami®. What to look for when buying an oil additive, are these products Ceramizers®?

  • The most important issues that are worth paying attention to when choosing an oil additive are:
  • the amount of the preparation, contrary to appearances, the more volume a given preparation has, the greater the probability that it is an ordinary oil thickener;
  • the number of reliable tests and studies proving the effectiveness of the preparation;
  • the amount of positive user reviews;
  • use in motor sports;
  • the preparation should not contain Teflon (PTFE).
  • On the Polish market there is a significant number of ineffective oil preparations. There are preparations on sale that in their name or description are called Ceramizers® and they are not. To avoid non-original and ineffective products, please buy Ceramizers® directly from the manufacturer (www.ceramizer.pl) or from sales representatives, whose addresses are on the map.

Is it possible to use Ceramizer for engine oil with molybdenum disulfide (MoS2)?

It is allowed to use Ceramiers for engine oil with molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) in a situation in which a ceramic-metal coating has been created in advance. For example, the user applied Ceramizer to a standard oil (without MoS2) and drove 1500 km, after which he >decided to change the oil to a new one with the addition of MoS2. In such a situation, oil with the addition of MoS2 can be used. However, in a situation where Ceramizer has not been used before and there is no ceramic-metal layer on the friction surfaces, it is not advisable to use Ceramizer for oil containing MoS2. Ceramizer can compete with molybdenum disulfide for “access” to metal friction surfaces and the formation of a protective layer, which in turn may lead to a prolongation of the ceramization process. In such a situation, we recommend choosing an oil without the addition of MoS2 or accepting the fact that the ceramization process is about 2 times longer.

When should Ceramizer be used, before or after an oil change?

It depends on how many kilometers the oil change is planned. If the oil change is planned within less than 1500 km (e.g. in 800 km), it is better to use Ceramizer after the oil change. If, on the other hand, the oil change is planned in more than 1500 km (e.g. 3000 km), Ceramizer can still be used for the current oil.

Can Ceramizer® bring results in a situation where the cause of high oil consumption (1 liter per approx. 3000 km) are replacement valve seals and rings (16-valve engine). In this case, will the use of the preparation reduce oil consumption?

The ceramic-metal layer, which is produced as a result of the action of the preparation, improves the tightness of the rings with the sleeve, but in the case of valve sealants (valve guides) it is a completely different matter – because there is no metal-metal friction there). Sealants must therefore be absolutely replaced and the effectiveness of tightness of the rings with the cylinder depends on the state of wear of the rings – if there is already a limit wear, then significant amounts of the preparation would have to be used, and this does not make sense. In addition, the most common cause of oil losses (in addition to the aforementioned guide sealants) is damage or significant wear of the scraper rings – they have a specific structure and in the event of disappearance, the so-called ” scraper rings. shelves (scraper edges) will not help anything anymore – except, of course, the replacement of tribological pairs (rings, piston, cylinder).Ceramizers, however, are affordable® enough that you can try – in any case, they will not hurt, and the effect can be.

After applying Ceramizers®, will there be no problems in the case of main repair of the engine (grinding, etc.), does the preparation not clog the oil channels?

The use of Ceramizers® does not cause any negative side effects, including technological ones.

How are Ceramizers® better than Teflon preparations?

As for Teflon coatings, these are polymers (plastics) that, apart from a low coefficient of friction, do not contribute anything. In addition, they are not resistant to the thermal conditions prevailing in the engine and after a short time polymer chains break to form completely different materials, whose particles in the form of flakes accumulate m.in. in oil channels, causing damage.The company that introduced these products to the market no longer admits to them – those that still vegetate on the market most often come from other manufacturers. The use of Teflon without special risk – can take place in gears and less loaded. Ceramizers®, as the name suggests – cause the formation of a ceramic-metal layer with extraordinary strength properties and resistance to abrasion and temperature, besides they have a very low coefficient of friction (10 times harder than steel and their coefficient of friction is about 8 times lower than the steel-steel pair). The durability of ceramic-metal layers is comparable to carburized surfaces and estimated at about 70,000 km of vehicle mileage, although they often reach the limit of 150,000 km of mileage.In addition, Ceramizers® additionally contain components (GP particles) that improve the physical properties of the oil in terms of its adhesion to metal surfaces. This is called. oil magnetization.

Can this preparation be added to diesel, TDI, GDI or gas engines? Can this preparation be used in 2,3,4,6,8,12 cylinder engines?

There are no contraindications.

I have almost a new car with a mileage of 19,000, which is well reached (exceeded 3000 km). In general, everything is ok. There are no oil losses. I want to apply the measure preventively. Are Ceramizers safe for a new and fully operational engine?

Ceramizers are completely safe for new engines upon arrival, i.e. those that have a mileage of more than 5,000. Miles. Many users use Ceramizer for new cars with a running-in engine to prophylactically protect the engine from wear and maintain its nominal parameters during operation.

Pytania o zastosowanie w silnikach

Will the preparation get rid of the so-called. blow-offs?

The engine works very quietly, but there is a large smoke (the oil from the tube from the bayonet is not yet flying, but you can hear and see that there are already blows). If the blow-offs are the result of wear of the tribological pair smooth-rings, then the effect should be expected (it still depends on the extent to which this wear occurred), but if the cause is, for example, damage to the rings or leakage on the surface of the underhead gasket, we do not recommend this method. You just need to diagnose – then it will be possible to apply the right repair technology. We offer compression pressure measurement and oil test – this is the cheapest form of checking and at the same time its accuracy is sufficient.

Do we pour Ceramizer only into freshly poured oil, or can I pour it if I have about 5,000 km left to replace? Is there a need to change the oil using Ceramizer?

There is no rule and no need to use Ceramizer only for fresh oil – there is no need to change the oil when using Ceramizer. It can be used immediately if there are e.g. 5,000 to be replaced. Miles.It is important that after using Ceramizer do not change the oil for 1500 km – this is enough to form a ceramic-metal layer on the friction surfaces. Therefore, in cases where, for example, an oil change is planned in 500 km, it is better to change the oil first and only after changing the oil use Ceramizer (after 500 km the oil together with Ceramizer would be fused – and this is too short for the ceramic-metal layer to fully form).

What is the difference between a CS product and a CSX product?

The main difference is the shorter mileage during which a ceramic-metal layer is formed and due to the thinner layer, shorter durability of protection of metal surfaces. In the case of Ceramizer CSX, the layer will form after about 100 km (for comparison, in the case of CS it takes 1500 km). On the other hand, the ceramic-metal layer after the addition of CSX is durable for about 10,000 km, while the durability of the layer after adding the CS product is about 70,000 km. Ceramizer CSX is a product designed for engines used extremely (motorsport) and wherever the ceramic-metal layer should be created as quickly as possible, e.g. vehicles overcoming small mileage such as motorcycles and vintage cars or boats used as a hobby / seasonal.

Can Ceramizer Extreme (CSX) be used with ordinary motors to speed up the ceramization process?

This is how Ceramizer Extreme CSX can be used for, among others, passenger cars to accelerate the ceramization process – the ceramic-metal layer is formed after 100 kilometers. The main purpose for which Ceramizer Extreme was created was to accelerate the ceramization process, because in motorsport there is no time to “drive 1500 km” to form a ceramic-metal layer. This product can also be successfully used in ordinary passenger cars (which are not intended for sport) or in other vehicles in which there is “no time” to create a layer for 1500 km – as in the case of the CS product.

In my car there is a long infusion of oil that "goes" outside the block, in addition, a bayonet is placed in it. Wouldn't it be better to mix Ceramizer, for example, in 100 ml of warm oil and only apply it to the engine? I am afraid that Ceramizer may not drain completely from the infusion, or it will take a very long time.

Your thoughts are correct, in the case of a long infusion of oil, it is preferable to mix Ceramizers with 100-150 ml of warm oil and only pour such a mixture into the oil infusion. In the case of high-speed motorcycle engines spinning, for example, up to 13,000 rpm, should the rule of reduced engine speed up to 2000 rpm be followed during the first 100km after Ceramizer application? In the case of a motorcycle, revolutions below half of the achievable revolutions should be assumed, i.e. preferably below 6000 rpm. It is important to try to maintain 100 kilometers lower revs in this first period. Failure to adhere to this recommendation may result in the layer formation process being extended to 1500-2000 km (this is the only negative effect).

I have a Honda Civic, it takes me about 2 liters of oil, will the ceramizer eliminate such oil intake, or maybe it is better to first make an engine and then use this preparation? Does ceramizer not damage the engine somehow, i.e. whether it does not clog these channels there and whether during ew. unfolding the engine will not be trouble.

Oil consumption of 2 l/1000 km is not (?) due to natural engine wear. It is necessary to diagnose the engine in this respect beforehand, because the probable cause may also be damage to the scraper ring or leakage of valves or damage to valve guide seals, but it is also impossible to exclude leakage of the oil system including the defect of the head gasket. The use of Ceramizer® in such a situation (without knowing the cause of oil consumption, although it certainly does not hurt) is conditional and does not have to bring the expected results in terms of significant reduction of oil consumption, because Ceramizer® cannot remove the damage that was mentioned earlier. As for the suspicion of harmful effects of the preparation on the engine – it is simply impossible, unless the oil filter does not let the oil itself through, because the particles of the preparation have dimensions comparable to the molecules of natural oil additives and their amount does not exceed 1 gram. As for the trouble when disassembling the engine, (as far as I understand the question) it depends on the professionalism of the workshop employee performing these activities and especially compliance with the instructions for repairing this engine.

I have visible oil leaks from the engine and transmission, to what extent can your preparations help to eliminate them?

Unfortunately – Ceramizers® are not sealants (oil thickeners) and none of the preparations we offer is suitable for such applications. They do not work if the friction pairs are not metal as they are (rubber-steel). Ceramizer® creates only on metal-to-metal friction surfaces a ceramic-metal coating with unusual properties (low coefficient of friction and high hardness), regenerating them.

Does Ceramizer® also silence the work of hydraulic pushers?

The reasons for the noise of hydraulic tappets can be different, most often, it is the obstruction of calibrated holes and the inactivation of the automatic clearance adjustment function – then it is probably impossible to predict 100% improvement, because the preparation also contains a deposit dissolving agent, but whether it will clear a small amount of these holes, it is difficult to predict. Another reason may simply be the wear of the surface of the pusher cooperation – then it is often possible to eliminate or at least reduce the noise after using the preparation in one dose.

Does it matter what type of oil is in the engine (synthetic, semi-synthetic, mineral) for the effect of using the preparation?

The type of oil does not matter. It does not affect the effectiveness of ceramization.

Will the use of a rinse for the engine (after the ceramization process) affect the durability of the manufactured layer? Won't their use harm the ceramic layer?

If the rinse is added at least 1500 km from the application of Ceramizer, it will not affect the created ceramic-metal layer and will not remove it.

Is it possible to apply Ceramizer to the oil to which the moto doctor was applied and vice versa to add the moto doktor to the oil with Ceramizer?

Ceramizer can be used for the oil to which the moto-doctor was used, but in this case the ceramization process may take longer. You can also use a motodoctor for oil with ceramizer, but we do not recommend such action due to the possibility of mutually eliminating the benefits of both preparations.

The oil pressure indicator lights up in the car - will I get rid of this ailment using Ceramizer and will the surfaces of the shells be rebuilt?

In the case of operational non-limit wear of the oil pump and shells, Ceramizer has a significant chance to rebuild the friction surfaces of the pump teeth and the friction surfaces of the shells, with the proviso that the formation of a ceramic-metal layer on the shells will take about 3000 km of mileage.

Recently, I imported a Ford Focus tdi with an unusual 1.8 but 75 horsepower engine. I have read the whole page, reviews, tests, recommendations and I am almost convinced that the preparation may have any negative impact on the engine and its work.

We do not suppose that any of the symptoms in the operation of the engine or any of the mechanisms after the use of Ceramizer® can be considered a negative phenomenon, we have not had any negative comments in the entire history of using Ceramizers®.

After what mileage (how much km do you have to drive) can Ceramizer® be applied to the engine in which the repair has currently been carried out consisting in replacing all piston rings, half-shells and valve sealants, and planning the head?

At least after 3-5 thousand kilometers, so that the details during this mileage reach.

Can ceramizer be used for vehicles equipped with DPF / FAP?

The DPF / FAP – particulate filter is a metal can filled inside with metal or ceramic fibers on which soot particles are deposited, which under certain conditions of operation of the vehicle are burned. Ceramizer does not change the rheological parameters of the oil, does not cause the formation of soot particles, sulfate ashes, phosphorus, sulfur, therefore, it does not affect the work of the DPF / FAP filter and can be safely used in engines with DPF / FAP.

Has the effect of Ceramizers on the condition of® the turbine been tested?

As for the integral component of the supercharged piston engine, yes, a significant number of them have been treated with Ceramizer® (it is about turbocharging). The effects, as planned, improved the quality of the bearing arrangement and thus the efficiency of the turbine (in the turbine-compressor unit) – which is important for the durability and reliability of the turbocharger unit.

On the site there is constant talk of pistons, rings and cylinders. What is the situation in the case of shells, timing and timing chain with hydraulic tensioners.

Yes, because it is there that the most spectacular changes take place, verifiable effectiveness of the preparation, even without the use of instruments. Of course, there is also a ceramization process on the shaft pins and shells, but to a lesser extent (a thinner layer on the soft bearing alloy shells)… As for the timing, of course, there is a comparatively deposited ceramic-metal layer, as well as on other elements with friction surfaces steel-steel and cast iron steel, so all these elements are covered by the process (all, in contact with oil and contact friction).

Can Ceramizer be used for motors with a nickel coating?

Ceramizer can be used in motors with a nickel coating. The process of creating a ceramic-metal coating will take place as on cast iron surfaces with a difference in the time of construction of the ceramic-metal layer. In standard engines without a nickel coating, this process takes 1500 km, while in the case of surfaces with a nikasil coating, the process of creating a ceramic-metal layer takes length and takes about 2,000 km.

In the Toyota Corolla 1.3 with mileage 292000, a minor leak was diagnosed on the head gasket. At higher revs when driving outside the city, the radiator fluid passes to the engine. The question is whether with such a small leak Ceramizer is able to help not to replace the head gasket?

Ceramizer in this case will not help, it is absolutely necessary to replace the gasket under the head.

I changed the oil, can I add Ceramizer immediately after the replacement or do I have to drive a few km before adding the preparation to the oil?

Ceramizers are recommended to be used immediately after oil change.

Hi I would like to know if any of your products could be suitable for regeneration Vanos in BMW cars?

When it comes to VANOS, the basic problem is the gasket that hardens over the years, its leakage causes that vanos does not turn on properly (the car “loses” power). This gasket must be replaced – because Ceramizer does not affect the rubber elements. As for the Metal Bearing of Vanos, there is a chance that Ceramizer will rebuild the bearing raceway to some extent and thus silence the characteristic “rattling” of Vanos.

I have to apply 2 doses, how and when should both doses be used, are the application procedures the same?

If the engine does not take oil, both doses can be used at once. If the engine takes oil, the first dose should be used first and then after driving about 500 km the second dose. As for the procedures – at the first dose, after adding, leave the engine running for 10 minutes at idle and try not to exceed the engine speed above 2700 rpm for 200 km after applying the first dose. At the second dose, after using ceramizer, the engine should also be left idling for 10 minutes, while the 2700 rpm limits can be shortened after application from 200 km to 50 km.

Please inform me if Ceramizer has an effect on the sealants and gaskets of the engine and gearbox - whether they do not harden after applying the agent. Best regards.

The use of Ceramizers does not change the parameters of gaskets.

My Hyundai Pony has already driven 380,000 km!! he began to eat oil like a fool... gasoline also increased combustion from 10 to 13 l / 100 in the city .. will your specificity help me?

Ceramizer in this case will not help, it is absolutely necessary to replace the gasket under the head.

It operates a car whose engine has survived, at the moment 170 thousand. Mileage, citroen ax 1.0. Will the use of "auto flush" fluid to clean the engine before using Ceramizer have a® positive effect on its effects? Can the preparation be used as an anti-seizure agent when installing "piston-cilider" assemblies, and a crankshaft pan-spigot?

The basis for the action of the preparations is the process of creating a ceramic-metal layer during the operation of the unit, so you have to wait a bit for the full effect, however, the additives contained in the preparation allow you to obtain “anti-seizure” protection from the moment the agent is introduced into the oil (GP particles – magnetizing oil and other components isolating the metal-metal friction pair). However, it should be remembered that the main feature of Ceramizers is the creation of® a difficult to wear ceramic-metal layer and the use of the preparation for new parts (e.g. after renovation) will not allow for the proper course of the process of their lapping – you need to reach new parts during operation, and only then apply the preparation.

I recently bought a Ford Sierre 2.0 DOHC with gas and after driving 2000km the car began to kick out of the pipe with bright blue smoke. The condition of the oil does not change for the time being. Will the preparation help?

Indeed – blue speech bubble can indicate oil burning. Where it comes from, it is difficult to say unequivocally on the basis of the information that you have given. Maybe it is damage to the scraper ring, the gasket may be damaged, or oil may enter the chamber through the regurgitation valve . You can determine the cylinder in which a leak is to be expected, based on the appearance of the spark plug (its insulator and the surface of the external electrode). More accurate data about the side from which the leak occurs can be obtained by measuring the compression pressure along with the oil test – at this stage it is probably all I can help with. You can try to get information whether there was any damage to the underhead gasket – please carefully unscrew the refrigerant filler cap during engine operation – usually in the event of damage to the gasket, the blow from under it is also noticeable in the water space, which is manifested by the rapid ejection of fluid by the filler – but it does not have to be done to the water space but will be limited, for example, to the space of the block in the oil system and then it will not detect unequivocally such damage. Nevertheless, you can try.

I am a user of a Ford Sierra 1.8 TD. The engine has a mileage of approx. 250,000 km. Oil practically does not take, but the compression has dropped quite strongly (problems with early starting). The turbine begins to release oil into the collectors at high speed. Does it make sense to use Ceramizer® in this case?

The use of ceramization technology is justified in the case of an observed drop in compression pressure and here the effects should be expected. Before introducing the preparation into the oil, however, we suggest conducting a compression pressure test together with an oil test, in order to possibly exclude other than natural wear and tear, the causes of pressure drop – as well as to objectively determine the effectiveness of the technology (by measuring the pressure again after a certain course). As for the oil discharges by the turbocharger: we do not think that in the case of already visible effects of this phenomenon, the consumption does not exceed the limit … and here you probably can not do without replacing the bearing or even the entire turbocharger.

I ask for your opinion on the use of Ceramizer for the® 2.5D engine in my Transit. I was at the mechanic's for injection pump adjustment, checking the injectors, replacing the fuel and air filter because the engine has been weak recently. The injections spray like new, the pump was sealed, the angle of the start of the injection and the fuel dose were reportedly OK. The engine, on the other hand, blows significantly after removing the oil filler cap. Pressures measured on a cold engine: I-31.5bar, II-30.5, III-24, IV-27.5 So you can see the low pressure on the III and IV cylinders. The oil test was not done :(. The oil engine almost does not take approx. 0.5l at 8000km . Is it possible to wear compression rings to a greater extent than oil rings? Or maybe the rings on these 2 pistons can be baked, or if the leak is somewhere else.

It is a pity that the oil test was not carried out (and it was already so close!) because now it is difficult to determine the source of the blow- and it can be through the cylinder and rings, but the upper part, i.e. the gasket and valves, cannot be excluded. I would rather suspect the latter eventuality, because for diesel it does not take much of this oil, and with the lock of the rings it would rather be expected. If we assume that the cause of the leak is damage or blockage of the sealing rings (which I rather doubt), then you can try a fuel preparation that causes catalytic burning of oil carbon deposits and can unlock the ring if it is not cracked but only “baked”. After this procedure and driving on 20 l of diesel fuel should turn out something – the fuel product is not expensive you can try. However, if there is something wrong with the gasket, you know what you need to do, but you first need to check it with an oil test. In addition, it would be good to listen to the motor around the work of the rings, maybe it will be possible to salivate the cracked ring (this is a very characteristic spectrum in the high frequency range in the stethoscope). Once it turns out that the cause is the natural wear of the sealing rings, Ceramizer® can then be used.

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How does Ceramizer® affect the synchronizers in the gearbox?

Steel friction surfaces of synchronizers are usually covered with molybdenum (to increase their service life). When operating with extremely frequent and vigorous shifting of gears and in addition with the use of too much force – these surfaces are damaged (wiped), which consequently causes difficulties in equalizing the speed of the synchronizer elements during gear switching, and then a longer time is needed to switch gears and in addition using more force. Ceramizer® causes the reconstruction of the layer (although not molybdenum, but with similar friction properties) resistant to abrasion and in addition very durable and hard – consequently improving the functions of the synchronizer. However, the regeneration process takes place only when the wear processes are not extended beyond the limit or there is emergency wear or permanent damage to the components.

If I have a damaged synchronizer, the first gear does not enter ... will Ceramizer® help me?

It all depends on the type of damage. If it is a loss of the protective layer (most often molybdenum) it will help, but if it is permanent damage, e.g. chipping of coupling hooks – then there is no reason to count on a miracle. And by the way: not every gearbox has a synchronized I-th gear, and then there is already a problem.

I have a problem with the synchronizer of lower gears - two often enter with a grind, especially with reductions, even delicate, at 20-30 km / h. Japanese chest, oil full synthetic. Will the preparation help?

If the cause is a damaged (torn) molybdenum layer on the friction surfaces of synchronizers, then, of course- it will help.

From the information about Ceramizers, it appears® that they are not recommended for use in automatic transmissions. I have a scooter with an automatic gearbox, can I use Ceramizer® to secure it?

In the construction of the scooter drive system, dry automatic transmissions are usually used, which do not come into contact with oil. In this type of mechanisms (which do not come into contact with oil), the use of Ceramizers® is not possible. Ceramization technology requires oil as a carrier for Ceramizer® molecules and metal particles. Nevertheless, it is recommended to use Ceramizers® for two- or four-stroke engines in scooters, respectively.

Is it possible to add your product to the CVT box, as is the one you recommend?

However, ceramizer CB should be diluted in about 100 ml of the oil used in the box before use. The preparation will protect and regenerate the gears in the field of bearing, thus silencing its work.

I have a quad with an automatic transmission based on a continuously variable transmission, i.e. CVT. Can I use Ceramizers? If so, which ones?

Ceramizer can be used for quads with continuously variable CVT transmission. Which Ceramizer should be used depends on the design of the quad. In most quads, the box is connected to the engine and is lubricated with the same oil as the engine. In this case, Ceramizer should be applied to the CM motorcycle engine. There are also quads with CVT gearbox that have a separate oiling system for the engine and a separate one for the transmission. In this case, Ceramizer CS should be used for the engine, and Ceramizer CB for the transmission.

Can Ceramizer be used for automatic transmission (ASB)?

Unfortunately, ceramizer cannot be used in an automatic transmission. The use of the product in the automatic transmission may (depending on the specific transmission) disturb the operation of the automatic transmission, so we do not recommend using a ceramizer for ASB.

Can Ceramizer® be used for differential friction final drives?

It depends on the design of the friction-increasing mechanism (metal plates or viscous clutches), but just in case, if you do not know exactly the construction of such a mechanism, you should determine with the manufacturer the design of the mechanism and then decide whether or not to use the preparation.

Can I use Ceramizer® for a TORSEN differential gearbox?

In a gearbox with a torsen mechanism, it is not recommended to use Ceramizers because there could be deregulation of the transmission due to a change in the coefficient of friction in the torsen mechanism.

What is the difference between an engine preparation and a gearbox preparation?

The difference lies in the composition of additives and gradation of the basic ingredient, while the preparation intended for the engine can (out of necessity) be applied to the box, the opposite is unlikely to be recommended.

What effect does the preparation applied to the motorcycle gearbox have on the operation of the wet clutch, will the reduced friction not affect clutch slips?

The preparation actually forms a ceramic-metal layer with a very low coefficient of friction, but only on metal-to-metal friction surfaces, and wet clutches have only one surface made of metal plates, the other is a plastic material or cork in older structures, and no ceramic-metal film, even the thinnest, will be formed on them. Thus, the active surfaces of the wet clutch do not change their properties.

I have an Opel Omega C from 1999 I have an audible noise of the rear bridge. I was on the examination of wheel bearings, it turned out that they are OK. Noise from the rear disappears when turning right, left or when driving straight ahead, however, it occurs, it is audible at a speed of about 100km / h. Can adding a preparation help anything, and how much do you need to add it? P.S. in the rear axle of the oil is at max and no leaks. The mileage, however, I already have 312 tys.km.

The probable cause of this type of acoustic effects is already a lot of wear of the main transmission (just not pitting). I suggest using a single dose (it is a concentration that should not be too high to be effective ceramization) and later, depending on the effect: renewing the process (e.g. after driving about 500 km).

Pytania o zastosowanie w motocyklach, skuterach

Can the preparations be applied to an engine that is lubricated with oil together with the gearbox and clutch in the motorcycle and which of the preparations to use then?

There are no contraindications to the use of Ceramizers® in engines that have a common oiling system with the gearbox. It is best to use a preparation intended for motorcycles.

From the information about Ceramizers, it appears® that they are not recommended for use in automatic transmissions. I have a scooter with an automatic gearbox, can I use Ceramizer® to secure it?

In the construction of the scooter drive system, dry automatic transmissions are usually used, which do not come into contact with oil. In this type of mechanisms (which do not come into contact with oil), the use of Ceramizers® is not possible. Ceramization technology requires oil as a carrier for Ceramizer molecules® and metal particles. Nevertheless, it is recommended to use Ceramizers® for two- or four-stroke engines in scooters, respectively.

I am the owner of a scooter with a two-stroke engine. This engine is already well developed and I would like to use the preparation recommended by you. Is it possible to regenerate a two-stroke engine? (I mean piston-cylinder surfaces. I would like to add that both the piston and the cylinder are made of aluminum (no bushing and the possibility of grinding).

The matter is debatable, because Ceramizers®, less intensively deposit the ceramic-metal layer on the friction surfaces of non-ferrous metals, and such include aluminum alloys. Therefore, the regeneration of the friction surface does not bring the same effects as in the case of cast iron (a commonly used material for cylinder liners and cylinder rings). However, in the case in question, there is rather no alternative (you can not roll the bushing to the repair dimension) and you can try the use of the preparation, after all, it is not a significant cost. The regeneration technology of the two-stroke engine differs significantly from the Ceramizer’s® applications in four-strokes. The preparation must be delivered both directly to the cylinder, in the form of a solution with oil, and in a fuel-oil mixture, already during engine operation. If you are interested, please contact us.

What effect does the preparation applied to the motorcycle gearbox have on the operation of the wet clutch, will the reduced friction not affect clutch slips?

Ceramizer® actually forms a ceramic-metal layer with a very low coefficient of friction, but only on metal-to-metal friction surfaces, and wet clutches have only one surface of metal plates, the other is a plastic material or cork in older structures, and no ceramic-metal film will be formed on them, even the thinnest. Thus, the active surfaces of the wet clutch do not change their properties.

Pytania o spalanie, zużycie paliwa

Will the use of Ceramizer® have a positive impact on gas consumption in a Polonez Atu Plus 1.6 GLI car?

The use of Ceramizer® creates a ceramic-metal layer on the friction surfaces, which significantly improves the tightness of the sleeve with piston and rings and also significantly reduces the coefficient of friction. Combustion processes, and especially their efficiency, depend on the pressure value of the compression end, and the tightness of the sleeve with the piston and rings is directly related to this. In the same way, the tightness of the cylinder and the coefficient of friction affect the mechanical efficiency of the engine, and this on the fuel consumption of any car.

I have a Polonaise 1.6 GLI (96r.) for gas with a mileage of 172.0 thousand. Miles. and consumes approx. 10 l/100 of gas while driving (100-120 km/h not exceeding 3500 rpm) covering 2000 km/month. The vehicle consumes 1 l of engine oil per 1000 km (no leaks from the engine, i.e. so much it burns). The noise from the gearbox is also troublesome, only it does not hum if I press the clutch. I haven't done a compression test yet. My fundamental question is whether the consumption of engine oil and fuel combustion will really be significantly reduced and whether the noise level in the box will be reduced. Your tests lack the effectiveness of this agent with Polonaises. Does the fuel preparation not age, with less gasoline consumption (gasoline consumption occurs when starting the engine).

The description shows that both the box and the engine already show a disturbingly high degree of wear and here one should have no illusions about the effectiveness of any methods of “healing” these teams. The engine probably already has worn out the rings to a significant extent and may also have been blocked (especially the scrapers). Measuring the pressure of the end of compression together with the oil test would give grounds for a more accurate determination of the source of oil escape (valves, especially guide sealants, cannot be excluded). As for the box – it is usually noise, as I understand it uniform, independent of its load, can be caused by bearing wear and this with the deformation of rolling elements combined. The use of Ceramizer® can, of course, bring some improvement, but it will not completely build up significant losses of material of used elements (at least when using standard amounts of this preparation).

Can I pour Ceramizer into a full fuel tank or does it have to be in the tank from 25 to 35 l of fuel?

In the case of a full fuel tank or more than 35 l of fuel in the tank, it is not recommended to use 1 dose of fuel refiner because the concentration of the Refiner will decrease so much that it will not work effectively. For more than 35 to 65 l of fuel in the tank, 2 doses of Refiner can be used.

My Hyundai Pony has already driven 380 thousand. Miles!! he began to eat oil like a fool... gasoline also increased combustion from 10 to 13 l / 100 in the city so it has been happening for not the whole year ... will your specificity help me?

In the dispenser for 60 PLN there is an amount of preparation sufficient to protect the engine on average, but in the case of greater than nominal consumption it is not enough to only increase the amount of Ceramizer®, but it should be done in stages, i.e. if you would like to triple the dose, it is best to do it in two stages: first a shock dose from two dispensers and after some 1500-2500 km the second, the rest – then the best results are achieved. Of course, you can do it differently, even at once (because you do not overdose), but the ceramization process takes place most effectively in a certain, not necessarily large, concentration, which corresponds to about 1-2 containers for the engine. First, however, I would suggest diagnosing the engine for some emergency damage, e.g. ring lock or even damage, valve leaks or even a head seal or others that cannot be removed only by using Ceramizer®. Although it is bizarre that the cost of such diagnostics many times exceeds the cost of Ceramizar®, but as a rule you should know what is actually the cause of excessive fuel and oil consumption – if only to have full satisfaction with the use of Ceramizer®.

Pytania od Dystrybutorów

Which CN codes and GTU classification do Cerazmizer® and Autorepair have?

All products in the Ceramizer® and Autorepair ranges are covered by CN code 38112100, with the exception of Ceramizer CP and Autorepair Antigel, which have CN code 38119000These CN codes are not classified in the GTU.

Pozostałe pytania

Does it matter what type of oil is in the engine (synthetic, semi-synthetic, mineral) for the effect of using the preparation?

The type of oil does not matter. It does not affect the effectiveness of ceramization.

For 1300km I will have to change the oil. Is this the right time to use Ceramizer® or to apply it only after an oil change?

The ceramization process must take some time and will actually be ineffective if after less than 1500 km you pour the preparation along with the oil. Ceramizer® should be applied immediately after the oil change.

How long does this ceramic coating stay where it should be?, i.e. I'm afraid that after some time it will start to fall off and what then?

The durability of the layer in the case of engine components converted into its mileage in the vehicle is at least 70,000 km, while the layer produced does not have a clear limit, therefore there is nothing to exfoliate.

In the owner's manual, it is recommended not to exceed engine revolutions above 2700 for the first 200 km after adding Ceramizer®. What happens if I unfortunately exceed the permissible 2700 RPM?

Nothing, except a slightly lower efficiency of the process.

I use a car for sports driving or adding this specific will give me something and can I add it.

With a “high-performance” driving style, the use of ceramization technology seems very desirable.

Which Ceramizer® to use for compressors and compressors? , please reply.

A preparation such as for engines should be used. The amount of preparation used depends on the degree of wear of these devices.

Is it possible to use the preparation as an anti-seizure agent when installing "piston-cylinder" assemblies, and a crankshaft pan-stem?

The basis for the operation of Ceramizers is the process of creating a ceramic-metal layer during the operation of the unit, so you have to wait a bit for the full effect, however, the additives® contained in the preparation allow you to obtain “anti-seizure” protection from the moment the agent is introduced into the oil (GP particles – magnetizing oil and other components isolating the metal-metal friction vapor). However, it should be remembered that the main feature of Ceramizers is the creation of® a difficult to wear ceramic-metal layer and the use of the preparation for new parts (e.g. after renovation) will not allow for the proper course of the process of their lapping – you need to reach new parts during operation, and only then apply the preparation.

Will Ceramizer® for hydraulic power steering pass the test in Citroen Xantia where it uses hydraulic suspension and brake valve as well?

There are no contraindications, only Ceramizer® should be introduced into the system after its dilution in a small amount of the original oil used in the system (some 0.25-0.5 liters) and applied in this form. Dilute and mix well immediately before introduction.

Can the fuel preparation help in the regeneration of the injection pump?

The fuel preparation allows for a significant improvement in the work of injection equipment assemblies, by removing deposits, deposits and significantly improving the lubricating properties of diesel fuel, which indirectly affects the operating parameters of injection pumps and injectors. In addition, its properties cause the so-called. catalytic afterburning of fuel and hydrocarbon particles contained in the carbon deposit covering the combustion chambers, which directly affects the work of the engine’s crank-piston system, permanently restoring their original functions. However, they do not cause, like our other preparations from the Ceramizer® group, the creation of a ceramic-metal layer that regenerates the surfaces of cooperation of rubbing parts.

Oil magnetization" is a nice name. Does it mean that metal particles float in the oil, because the oil itself cannot be magnetized?

This phenomenon has nothing to do with the magnetic field, much less with metal particles or any ferromagnets. It consists in electrical polarization of oil particles and this causes a very strong adhesion to the metal surface. A microscopic mesh is formed on the surface of e.g. a cylinder, strongly adjacent to metal molecules and not allowing direct metal-metal contact (cylinder-rings-piston), so regardless of the conditions, there is no so-called metal-metal contact. dry friction. Such a phenomenon is caused by the forces that occur on the friction surfaces and in the oil in which substances called GP particles are contained, and this is not the case when it comes to magnetizing additives.And the term itself comes from the similarity of the phenomenon to phenomena occurring in the magnetic field and for ferromagnetic molecules (e.g. not everyone associates piezoelectric phenomena with the adhesion of hydrocarbon molecules to metal).

Do magnetizers not interfere with the ceramization process?

Magnetizers do not interfere with ceramization processes at all.

Is it worth increasing the viscosity/density of the oil after using Ceramizers®?

This is an inadvisable procedure – it significantly impairs the lubrication process, and the only effect is the apparent elimination of crankshaft bearing clearances. This should be considered an emergency solution in the event of significant wear of the bearings (shells). By such treatments, defects in the form of undesirable side effects are later often wrongly attributed to Ceramizers .

What is the difference between an engine preparation and a gearbox preparation?

The difference lies in the composition of additives and gradation of the basic ingredient, while the preparation intended for the engine can (out of necessity) be applied to the box, the opposite is unlikely to be recommended.