The Truth About Motor Oil and Your Car . . .
Ever wonder what turns your motor oil from a golden amber lubricant
to that icky black mess after a few thousand miles?
Even under the best driving conditions and with the most meticulous
maintenance, your engine will shed a little metal, tiny particles
of grit in the oil. To provide adequate lubrication for your engine,
oil filters are designed to pass oil freely. Therefore, a certain
number of these tiny particles, or grit, will pass through the filter's
As grit builds up in the oil, friction and wear increases causing
the engine to run hotter. The oil begins to break down. Sludge then
forms and the oil loses its ability to protect your engine. Unfortunately
changing your filter and oil does not remove all the grit and/or
sludge from your engine.
Magna-Guard removes 40-times more grit than your
prevents friction & premature engine wear!
Reduced wear allows for a tighter seal between pistons and rings.
This improves compression and allows for more complete combustion.
Removing grit from oil reduces friction and wear. *SAE (Society
of Automotive Engineers) documents an 8 to 14-times reduction in
Improved combustion coupled with reduced friction gives you more
miles per gallon. *SAE documents a 3.7 to 5% increase in fuel economy.
A cleaner burning, more efficient engine pollutes less. Independent
laboratory tests documented an 18% reduction in toxic-tailpipe emissions
maintenance and operating costs:
Your engine will use less fuel, require fewer repairs and last longer.
Magna-Guard removes 40-times more grit than a filter alone:
Standard oil filters remove particles 20 to 30-microns and larger.
Magna-Guard added to these same filters controls particle contamination
down to 0.5-microns.
*SAE Technical Papers 881827, 881825 & 95255 documented benefits
by controlling particle contamination in the 10-micron range. Adding
Magna-Guard is documented to control particle contamination down
to 0.5-microns. This is a 20-times improvement in particle control
over the SAE Technical Papers and resulting benefits.