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Tim here with Camguard the premier oil additive find more information about our Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 came guard the oil additive comes in multiple platforms to address multiple situations each cam guard oil additive does is designed specifically for the environment it’s going to be placed in there are multiple versions of came guard we have a race specific version designed for race engines at has a friction inhibitor that allows the engine to run a greater rate RPMs a lower friction and this also can help without reducing heat in the engine is engines running these higher RPM levels during the race we have a Marine version is specifically formulated for the environment the engines on boats or to be put.

Into both in saltwater and on freshwater areas we have an automotive version that can be utilized in any automotive platform both) in a synthetic or a non-synthetic platform we have a small engine to be utilized in your lawnmowers and your farm or small farm equipment your tillers your weed eater’s these kind Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 of things we have a aviation version which was actually a cam guard got its start was in the aviation world of the state general aviation engine the piston fired engines that are found in small general aviation aircraft or fall of the country every day we also have a heavy-duty version that is utilized in designed strictly for diesels and farm equipment and large trucks to move our audits.

Run the country every day and all these platforms again were specifically formulated for the environments they will be placed it is not the same version just branded bottled differently these versions are simply formulated for the environment to replace the a cam guard works on engine multiple ways specifically start off talking about the aviation version as that is where we here it is a camber gutter start deviation version focuses on multiple areas of the engine one of the things going on general aviation past 5 to 10 years is a the smaller aircraft getting flown less and less to your raising prices of upkeep and aircraft by the increased cost of aviation fuel the aircraft getting flown less.

And less every year finding is increased amount of corrosion on the surfaces of the metal inside the engine came guard the oil additive addresses the corrosion issues that can be found in the inside of the zinc the way that it does when the corrosion affects these aircraft engines is that is the end Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872  when the engine turns off the oil that is currently circulating atop the engine begins to run down through the engine down in the oil pan word is kept until the engine starts again for at least the top in the engine with a cam and lifters the upper engine parts are setting exposed to the elements and not prevented not protected from corrosion as corrosion and oxidation begin to affect the.

Engine the oxygen bonds with the ferrous metals with the other metals in the top in the engine and begins to soften certain spots the metal and what it does is it creates when the engine fires up it creates pitting is the engine itself chips away the softer parts of the engine that if been oxidized cam guard forms a protective barrier as the engine begins to cool it forms a molecular barrier around the metals and metal surfaces of top in the engine and this these molecules are so tightly packed that oxygen cannot bond with the with the metals in the top the engine this helps prevent corrosion and oxidation of the top the engine again is one of the damage more damaging things into an aircraft engine is setting this goes for most engines as well if you a heavy-duty tractor that makes it for.

Over the summer this also helps prevent corrosion and that as well we found it is as good at we didn’t find an independent test found it as good as some pickling products for long-term storage of engines because Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872of the ceiling affect the molecules have inside the is a camber oil additive the next way to help protect the engine is from where there’s a where oil additive component and molecule inside the oil additive came guard this where can this where molecule is the engine begins to press against another section creates higher pressure heat in that one section and the molecule begins to break down and cover covers that surface with a protective coating that can then be worn on instead.

Of the metal surfaces that protective coating of his is only a molecule thick it doesn’t create a sludge or sledging affects it just a coating that occurs as the metal heats up in and which is the cause of greater friction are caused by greater friction in the next way that it helps protect the engine is by keeping the engine oil in the engine cam guard has a Stickley formulated molecule that helps Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 to keep seals soft and pliable helps prevent sill degradation which occurs on engines that sit throughout the year or just as they age between engine overhauls next way to help prevent engine damage is by keeping the harmful effects of leaded fuel suspended in the oil between oil changes what’ll happen in an aircraft engine is as you get blow-by pass the rings the engine begins to get a.

Varnish on the inside now this varnishes is a molecular lease similar to actual varnish you would you would find a can at Lowe’s this varnish on the inside of the engine is is a molecule’s strand that is formed by the damaging chemicals that are contained in the blow-by cam guard has specific formulation bond with these molecules in the come through in the blow-by and prevents them from forming the varnish along the surfaces of the inside of the engine one of the areas that cam guard forms varnish on his the bottom of the piston now the piston usually transfers heat from the bottom of the piston into the oil as the engine oil splashes along the bottom of the piston well if it’s overly varnished and overly protected on the bottom by this varnish it doesn’t transfer heat as.

Well as just a clean open piston this can cause increased swelling in the piston and cause increased friction on the cylinder walls and the ways that cam guard can protect your engine now this is a summary of how cam guard protects the engine is as you get the us even hear the word cam guard you think the oil additive is protecting regarding the can I goes back to the first thing I talked about which was the corrosion now that’s how that target got its name was protects the cam and the lifters from corrosion and pitting the curve when the engine sets gnats that was the original function of came guard but it is so much more it goes above and beyond it is not just a mineral oil lorries are fine oil the goes and just exporting to make you feel better it it does more for your.

Engine now I use it in my car I use it lawnmower I don’t personally have an airplane but everybody that I know that has an airplane came guard I’m a big proponent of this obviously is I making this audio recording right now that to be transcribed website but I did not know about at oil additives until I Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 got to meet with the creator cam guard at: at: gave me a lesson educated me on how this product works and that it truly works if it is. Psychically designed to benefit the engine in it the purpose of it is to keep aircraft engines and in general going longer as we can keep some of our older more classic vehicles alive are classic automotive cars are classic airplanes such as the P 51 Mustang the classic warbirds to help fight us in fight for us and more to keep us.

Detected in the classic cars that help define almost generation of people in the United States know we post Oliver studies on our findings our website to find more about our products find independent test we’ve had formed  Visit our website at or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872we appreciate your interest in pursuit.


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