Use 300 ml for every 6 litres of oil. Shake bottle and add contents to engine oil. Idle engine for at least 1 minute. Use with every oil change.
For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone e.g. Australia 131 126; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor (at once).
|Flash point, COC, ºC||D92||190|
|Foam characteristics||D892||Nil foam|
|Viscosity @ 40ºC, cSt||D445||55.99|
|Viscosity @ 100ºC, cSt||D445||8.060|
|Pour point, ºC||D97||-15|
|Melting point of PTFE, ºC||D1457||>325
Yes, Nulon engine treatments (Worn Engine Repair (E10),Modern Engine Treatment (E20),Pro-Strength Extreme Performance Engine Treatment,Passenger Car Diesel Engine Treatment, Pro-Strength Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Treatment etc) will reduce cylinder blowby and reduce crankcase pressures. Engine Stop Leak (ESL) will also rejuvinate hardened oil seals
This depends to the fuel type (petrol or diesel) and also the age and mileage on the vehicle. Worn Engine Repair (E10) for high mileage engines with some wear, Modern Engine Treatment (E20) for engines in good condition, Pro-Strength Extreme Performance Engine Treatment as a long term treatment. Diesel engines should use Pro-Strength Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Treatment.
Nulon ani-wear Engine Treatments based on PTFE can be added to engine oil at any time but are best added to new engine oil after an oil change. Please follow directions of use for the Nulon Engine Treatment products to ensure your engine receives the best possible protection from wear and friction.
No, all Nulon engine treatments are compatable with synthetic and mineral oils
No, all engine treatment products should only be used as per dosage recommendations as per directions. We would also recommend to not use more than one additive in an engine at one time.
No, oil changes should still occur at the intervals set by the vehicle manufacturer.
It is recommended to only use one Nulon engine product at each oil change.
It will dilute the engine oil, effecting its viscosity and ability to protect vital components. We recommend replacing engine oil and filter before driving.
Running a very thick oil can sometimes cause issues in modern engines. An area that is often overlooked when oil comsumption is a problem is hardened valve stem seals. Oil will bypass hardened seals and allow oil into the combustion chamber via the valve stems. Consumption as high as one litre per thousand kms can be caused by valve stem seal leakage. Nulon Engine Stop Leak (ESL) can rejuvenate hardened valve stem seals and should be used before moving to a thicker engine oil.