ANTI-FRICTION METAL TREATMENT
Anti-Friction Metal Treatment is an oil-soluble heat-stable petrochemical compound containing elements that treat metal surfaces to help increase resistance to wear and corrosion. It does not add material buildup which could alter close tolerances. Anti-Friction Metal Treatment is completely compatible with most known lubricants, and does not harm metal or non-metal parts or surfaces.
It does not contain plastic particles, PTFE resins (teflon), graphite, molybdenum disulphide, or any other solids which may cause harmful buildup.
Where can it be used?
Gas or diesel engines, transmissions, gear boxes, power steering, bearings, pistons, gears, valves, linkages; in cutting, shaping, and drilling operations, hydraulic systems, refrigeration units, pumps, and compressors.
How do I use it?
It is designed to be introduced to metal parts and surfaces through lubricants, and it should be added to the base lubricant at 7% Anti-Friction Metal Treatment (1 Litre of Lubricant = 70 ml Anti-Friction Metal Treatment)
It uses the lubricant only as a carrier and does not alter the lubricant in any way. It treats the metal surfaces, but not the oil.