November 14, 2008: CerMet Lab Co. has introduced CerMet-Auto, a ceramic coating nanotechnology formulated to reduce friction which in turn improves fuel economy in gas-powered engines. Microscopic ceramic particles in CerMet-Auto are carried to an engine’s friction zones via the engine oil, where they bond to the metal surfaces, providing fuel economy benefits for approximately 60,000 miles of operation.
CerMet nanotechnology has been proven in both diesel-engine trucks and gas-powered passenger car fleets, with fuel consumption savings ranging from 5%-15%. The product is now available to consumers, for under $200, in easy-to-use 10ML syringes that allow the liquid to be added to the engine in less time than it takes to pour in a quart of oil. Heat energy generated inside the engine due to friction initiates the ceramic coating process at the atomic level, with full benefits being achieved after approximately 2,000 miles of driving.
Independent tests have confirmed the fuel-saving benefits of CerMet nanotechnology, including an SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) J1321 Type II fuel consumption test that concluded CerMet “demonstrates significant and repeatable improvement in fuel economy.”
CerMet CEO Dean Rose said: “Our product represents the meeting of nanotechnology, green initiatives, and the urgent imperative to reduce fuel consumption costs. It’s easy to apply, and provides a very high return-on-investment for the user.”