Sand, or other abrasive grit, when introduced between sliding or rolling surfaces, creates an entirely different seizure phenomenon than friction from microscopic asperity collisions of relatively smooth surface finishes.
POLYTRON MTC can be used with benefits wherever friction is found. The rule-of-thumb for mix percentage is 10% by volume for engines and 5% by volume for automatic transmissions and similar applications. In certain cases (when extra-quick response is required) and for the initial treatment, it is advisable to use 10% by volume.
Most people who buy high performance smaller engines don’t even know they just bought a turbo. Not every person that buys a turbo is a teenager looking to become a street racer. Well you may be surprised to find those same engines in a great number of “run-of-the-mill” vehicles.
POLYTRON coats the metal in your engine with a protective layer. POLYTRON is actually attracted to areas of friction and heat that may be caused where your oil is breaking down and can no longer provide effective lubrication.