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FAQ - ACES III Oil Catalyst

What makes ACES Oil Catalyst superior to all other oil treatments?
Regular motor oil, under pressure, starts to breaks down at 1,850°F while synthetic oils tend to break down at 2,700°F. ACES Oil Catalyst coats each oil molecule protecting them while promoting a balance of molecular lubricant, therefore, preventing break down until around 6,000°F.

What does ACES III Oil Catalyst do for hydraulic oil?
ACES III Oil Catalyst reduced wear by 62.8% according to Goddard Space Flight Lab testing. ACES liquid engineering also has the ability to help absorb moisture in hydraulic system oils.

Do ACES products require special mixing?
No. The products mix permanently under heat, pressure and stress created by oiling and lubricating systems.

Can ACES products cause engine damage?
No. ACES products have been engineered to be a complete and balanced system designed to enhance engine and component life. Over many years several billion gallons of fuel, in a variety of engines, have been treated with ACES products with absolutely no engine damage.

Can ACES Oil Catalyst, as a system, extend engine life?
Yes. ACES products have been shown to extend engine life 100%. One loyal customer's CAT engine life was extended over 10,000 hours. After the integration of ACES liquid engineering this customer went from rebuilding every 10,000 hours to operating above 20,000 hours with no rebuild necessary. For this particular engine, oil samples were taken every 250 hours consistently showing the engine to be in excellent operating condition. Additional lab and field tests, on various engines, has consistently shown ACES products to extend the average engine life 50% or more.

Can ACES Oil Catalyst help remove water from hydraulic oil?

How did ACES III score on the International 4-ball wear scar test?
At Penn State University, ACES products were tested using a four-ball wear scar test and were shown to reduce wear by over 25%. In the same test vegetable hydraulic fluids were shown to reduce wear by 29.72%.