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Ceramic Nanotech Coating Improves Fuel Economy

Posted in Fuel, Maintenance, Repair, Science by Vito Rispo | November 7th, 2008 | Leave a Reply |

CerMet Labs has introduced CerMet-Auto, a ceramic nanotechnology coating that supposedly reduces friction in engine parts. That reduced friction in turn translates into improved fuel economy. That’s the claim, at least. It’s designed to go in with the engine oil, then it’s carried to the areas of friction and bonds with the metal surfaces.

The company says it can improve your gas powered engine’s fuel efficiency by 5 to 15%. It comes in 10ml syringes for almost $200 dollars. 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.”

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