DeSLUDGE Engine flushing oil concentrate to release sludges from internal engine components

By: Rosmac  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Oil, Engine, Engine Exhaust




• Removes abrasive oil sludge from inside engines.
• Frees sticking piston rings
• Removes cylinder glaze
• Reduces “blowby”
• Reduces engine overheating . see below
• Reduces engine exhaust smoke
• Improves engine starting
• Improves idling
• Improves engine POWERDeSLUDGE FOC flushing oil concentrate is for use in mineral and synthetic engine oils.   Do NOT use in brake fluids.

Word of CAUTION . because DeSLUDGE FOC is so efficient at releasing sludges from internal engine components, it is quite common to release 2-3 litres of extra volume at an oil change when DeSLUDGE is first used in dirty diesel engines . ensure your used oil catch container is large enough!!

A cleaner engine "bottom-end" in every bottle.

DIRECTIONS for USE:

DIRTY ENGINES:
Bring engine to FULL operating temperature . hot oil.
Replace existing hot oil, then add 12.5ml DeSLUDGE FOC per litre of replacement oil.
Run hot engine with replacement oil containing DeSLUDGE FOC at fast idle for 20-30 minutes.

CAUTION

  because DeSLUDGE FOC is so efficient at releasing sludges from internal engine components, it is quite common to release 2-3 litres of extra volume at an oil change when DeSLUDGE FOC is first used in dirty diesel engines . ensure your used oil catch container is large enough!!

Drain hot replacement oil containing DeSLUDGE FOC and sludges.

Replace oil filter and refill engine with clean oil.

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE:

Add 2.5ml DeSLUDGE FOC per litre of engine oil.

Drive normally for ½ to 1 hour before next oil change, keeping engine at full operating temperature . hot oil.

Drain hot oil containing DeSLUDGE FOC and sludges.

Replace oil filter and refill engine with clean oil.


Does your engine overheat, despite thoroughly checking out the cooling system?

This is not unusual! We have many customers who have spent hundreds of dollars on new water pumps, thermostats, heat exchangers, radiators, mechanical or chemical cleaning and still had engines that over heat under load. The problem may result from lack of oil supply.


Put simply, it gets back to basics. Many people do not realize that engine oil has 5 duties to perform, namely .

1. Wear prevention

2. Corrosion protection

3. Cleaning

4. Providing a seal

5. Cooling.

An engine requires a certain amount of oil flow to provide important cooling to all lubricated parts, especially the underside of pistons, where the combustion flame has a major effect.

If engine services have been overlooked a bit, or over extended, or poor quality oils used, sludge will build up in critical areas and reduce oil flow. Some engines, especially small Japanese diesels, accumulate high oil soot levels. A simple test you can easily do: Rub some oil on your fingers from the dipstick and then wipe it off. If the oil is capable of staining your fingers, there is no detergency left at all, so sludge settles out. The oil should never reach this state, even at the end of its service life.

If sludge is present, oil pick up strainers and galleries can become constricted, or completely blocked. This has a dramatic effect on oil flow and hence engine cooling. Engine oil sludge is a major cause of chronic overheating problems, but can be easily rectified by using our Flushing Oil Concentrate, DeSLUDGE FOC, which has superior chemicals for cleaning and removing sludge and piston ring carbon.






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Keywords: Engine, Engine Exhaust, Oil

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