Microlon First Chemically Cleans The Metal Surface
Microlon is added to the crankcase (motor oil) and the fuel tank. It is very important to follow the treatment instructions for your specific engine. Complete instructions are included with the product kits.
Microlon contains a powerful chemical solution that penetrates and thoroughly cleans an engine’s internal metal surfaces before impregnating them. Carbon, varnish, dust, metal particles and other deposits are dissolved and suspended in the motor oil and fuel, leaving the metal surfaces clean. The contaminants are flushed out at the next regularly scheduled servicing. This cleaning process is critical for the proper bonding between the pore structure of the metal and the Microlon film.
The Metal Is Saturated With Corrosion Inhibitors And Antioxidants
Microlon contains special antioxidants and corrosion inhibitors. These chemical compounds prevent engine damaging rust and corrosion, because they work through the fuels as well as the oil, both top and bottom ends of an engine are treated. This part of the treatment also contributes to smoother operation and longer engine life.
Microlon does not replace any of the oil in the crank-case. The cleansing compounds simply evaporate through normal engine operation within 1-2 hours.
A Permanent Dry Lubricant Film Penetrates And Bonds With The Metal Surface
Microscopic fractured resin particles are impregnated into the metal pores and become an integral part of the metal surfaces they protect. These particles actually mechanically lock into the matrix of the metal asperities and coat the surface. The resulting dry film lubricant is resistant to chemicals and capable of withstanding temperatures far in excess of normal engine operation. The Microlon film has one of the lowest coefficients of friction of any material known to man, yet it is chemically inert and will not burn out, gum up or adversely effect anything in your engine.
After Treatment, Metal-To-Metal Contact Becomes Microlon-To-Microlon Contact
Microlon virtually eliminates raw metal-to-metal contact and replaces it with Microlon-to-Microlon contact. This changes the whole internal environment of an engine as metal surface imperfections are virtually eliminated. Friction, heat and wear are decreased while engine efficiency is increased, and your engine will never suffer from another “dry start” when all the other lubricants have settled to the bottom of the sump.
The two cubes in the illustration show how two pieces of metal treated with Microlon work together. Both surfaces now have new load-bearing surfaces that are almost friction free. The particles in the Microlon coating have tremendous lubricating properties. Each surface is “dynamic” which means the Microlon resins remain elastic under normal operating conditions and temperatures.