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New Friction Reduction Product Triples Life Of Engines and Machinery

A Nano Coating developed by REWITEC in Germany and is now being distributed in Western Canada through NEUTRONSCORP in Langley BC, protects propulsion engines and reduces emissions, says company President Fred Kramer.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Jan. 14, 2009 - A Nano Coating developed by REWITEC in Germany and is now being distributed in Western Canada through NEUTRONSCORP in Langley BC, protects propulsion engines and reduces emissions, says company President Fred Kramer.

Scientists poured Rewitec M2 into the oil of a Ford engine. Within a few days the Nano particles, which make up the treatment, had coated the worn areas, with a hard protective surface. Two weeks later, when the scientists thoroughly examined the engine, using special equipment, they were very surprised. The new surface was not just very hard but extremely smooth as well. Subsequently the same engine was tested by letting it idle for one hour after all lubricating oil was drained and the engine was cleaned. No detrimental effects were observed and worn surfaces had been repaired. M2 had done its’ job. During two more tests involving different vehicles, the first engine emitted 64% fewer soot particles and fuel consumption was reduced by more than four percent. The second engine, in a five year old vehicle, recorded eleven percent fuel improvement.

In Atlanta, GA, recent efforts to improve fuel economy paid off for a major freight line. Several test vehicles received the engine treatment. Electronic monitoring units recorded an average of 7% reduction in fuel use – a cost decrease of $ 4,100.00 per year for each truck. Over a three year period, during which the coating is expected to stay effective, the company will save $ 12,300.00 for every vehicle treated.

In Western Canada there are millions of private vehicles registered and many of them are on the road at the same time. Add to this the number of heavy trucks owned by registered trucking companies – in BC alone there are 20,000 of them – with the majority operating multiple units and we can arrive at a staggering saving potential. Kramer is sure that many vehicle owners will see the benefits that fuel savings, reduced down time and extended equipment life have to offer. We can see a great opportunity for governments to add consequential emission reductions and perhaps CO2 trading, to the credit side of their environmental ledger. We know of no other product which can match the patented Rewitec formula, Kramer says.

It costs $ 159.95 to treat a 2.4 L car engine. The resulting savings can exceed that amount by more than 20 times. It costs considerably more to treat a ship engine or a wind generator - savings, on the other hand, are considerably higher as well. A return of 20 times of the money invested will appeal to many vehicle owners.

More details can be viewed at www.neutronscorp.com

REWITEC nanotechnololgy extends service life and maintenance rates for transmissions, differentials, industrial gears, heavy equipment, conveyors, engines, compressors and bearings by coating grinding metal surfaces in operation.

The new metal silicate layer improves surface qualities and protects metal surfaces permanently from new wear. More operational reliability and economic efficiency for the operating company are long-term results if the patented REWITEC nanotechnology is used.

Rewitec has achieved Germanischer Lloyd (GL) approval for Nanocoating Technology and is, to date, the only surface treatment for machinery to have Classification Society approval.

For 140 years Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has been offering its services to industry and setting standards in technology, safety and quality. GL is recognized by the marine and industry as a leading authority in its field, and its endorsement of Rewitec products comes at a time when machinery operators and reliability managers are rapidly recognizing the benefits of curing wear in their machinery.

GL approval of our Rewitec coating technology will assure operators of heavily loaded equipment of a higher protection against wear. It will also add value to the selling proposition of operators in the marine and industrial businesses, where Rewitec improves uptime of machinery and demonstrates a responsible attitude to the reliability of marine equipment and to the productivity of industrial processes.

Although achieving GL approval involves exhaustive and lengthy testing procedures, Rewitec already performed exhaustive validation at universities, research institutes, and leading industrial, marine, and automotive customers through many years since the patent in 2003. After a long process providing value documentation measures and after having successfully passed challenging tests, we are happy to confirm that Rewitec Coating deserves GL approval.

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Neutrons Corporation

Neutrons Corp. is the operating division of Dr. Neutrons Oil Supplement Corp. founded by Fred Kramer in 1998.
We provide consulting services for all types of machinery and mobile equipment fleets for "REWITEC" applications. Our comprehensive service includes the following key aspects:

* Reliability Solutions
* Situation Analysis
* Cost Projections and Comparisons
* General Applications
* Installation

Our goal is to analyze your requirements and provide the right solution to enable your equipment to run smoothly, reduce downtime and reduce your maintenance and operating costs. Contact us today and we can provide you with an estimate that will save you money. Call 604 888 1860.

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