Qualified Test Results
Qualified BestLine Lubricants Test Reports
Scientific Lubrication Breakthrough as reported by a world leader in Tribology Reporting - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) study, published in 2017.
With a setup demonstrating 94% reduction in wear, the study gives scientific explanations of Bestline’s micro lubrication technology.
☞ New Lubrication - Plastic Deformation - Ultimate Wear Protection
API - Schedule A
License agreement from American Petrol Institute to display “API Service” Symbol on BestLine’s products
☞ Authorized to display API Service symbol on BestLine’s product
Sequence VIII. Evaluation of the lubricant performance in combating Wear and to measure viscous shear stability. Conducted by Intertek Automotive Research.
☞ No change in viscosity number, 11% lower baring weight loss
Method 6837 for measurement of the effects of automotive engine oils fuel economy of passenger cars and light trucks in the sequence VIB spark ignition engine conducted by Southwest Research institute.
☞ Licensed as energy conservative oil by the API, 1.51% fuel economy
ASTM-D 6079, Evaluation of lubricity quality
Using high frequency reciprocating rig scar test and conducted by Intertek Caleb-Brett, the test measure the size of the scars.
☞ Reduces wear by Over 25%
Combustion and Power laboratory of Taiwan.
Test Engine oil and Fuel Treatment YAMAHA ME200F, 2000cc, 3 cylinders, direct injection Diesel engine Diesel
Fuel: CPC Super Diesel.
☞ Fuel burn reduction 9.9% - emissions reduction 13.9%
Gazole EN590 a certification conducted by Intertek France to validate diesel mixed with Diesel fuel Treatment for national distribution.
☞ Entitled for European distribution.
CRC L-38: Oil break down.
Conducted on engine stand ASTM D-5119-90, by Perkin-Elmer Fluid Science Automotive Research. CRC l-38 measure wear on a copper piston rod bearing and the accumulation of sludge and varnish. The Engine Treatment reached the highest score recorded by the lab.
☞ Scoring 58.30/60 on varnish and 58.80/60 on sludge tests, 60 being the perfect score.
Primary parameter of engine deviations. Tests were conducted on the various engine components at the completion of the test to evaluate any changes the test oil with the added Engine Treatment may have had on the engine. ASTM and the ACC for the API allows permitted deviation before a failure is recorded.
☞ No deviation recorded.
ASTM D-2981: Block on Ring Test. The test measure wear, friction and temperature pressuring a block of metal on a 40mm ring. We ran four sequence with 10% and 15% of Engine Treatment into respectively mineral base oil and synthetic base oil.
☞ Reductions: Friction up to 48%, temperature up to 38.7%, wear up to 78.8%.
ASTM D-130: Copper corrosion test. The tests were carried out on polished copper blanks that were submerged, for 3 hours at 100 degrees C, in oil treated with 15% of BestLine's Engine Treatment and a number of its blended by-products.
☞ No Corrosion.
Viscosity test. Sample oil was drawn from the running engine every 10 hours and analyzed to compare the used oil with the oil prior to running.
☞ Very low deviation.
ASTM D-5185: Metal Analysis A sample of Engine Treatment was subjected to a metal detection of Aluminum, Barium, Copper, Chromium, Iron, Lead, Nickel, Molybdenum, Zinc, Silver, Tin and Vanadium.
☞ No metal detected
Marine vessel “F/V Challenger”.
Treatment of the two main Cat engine and two generators with Diesel Engine Treatment and Fuel treatment.
☞ Fuel burn reduction 10.95%.
CD & Power, a generator service company.
Treating a 1 MW Generator with Diesel Fuel Treatment.
1. Each test (Without Fuel Additive and With Fuel Additive) was conducted three times with one refueling event at the start of the test and drained fully and measured at the completion of the test.
2. The measured remaining fuel was subtracted from the amount of fuel added at the beginning test to reveal the burn rate for the 3 cycles of testing.
3. In addition to the test protocol outlined below there was a 1 hour clean out cycle after the baseline tests were conducted that used the BestLine fuel additive premixed with the fuel at a ratio of 3 oz per 10 gallons. This clean out cycle was performed to prepare the engine for the second round of testing and to ensure better accuracy and stability of the test. This clean out cycle was run at full power and load.
Performance Results 11.30 % decrease in fuel consumption
☞ Fuel burn reduction 11.30%.
Race Engine Builder Glen Hutchison and Andrew Peeler race car driver.
Dynamometer test of an engine treated with Engine Treatment over the leading race oil.
☞ Horsepower boosted by over 10 hp.
Similar results with NASCAR GM 5.8 litre, Honda NSX 2014…
Commercial concrete blowing equipment. Treating power train with hydraulic fluid to extend duty time against overheating.
☞ Temperatures reduction 22%.
Full fleet test. Treating 22 trucks, class 8 units operating with Cummins VT-903 engines operating on low sulfur diesel (LSD) with Diesel Fuel Treatment without cetane booster. Each tractor had accumulated at least 200,000 miles so that all tests would be stabilized.
☞ Fuel burn reduction 5.7%.
Stationary Lister Diesel test. Using on a Lister Diesel engine stand results demonstrated best economy with 2.5 oz per 10 gallons of Diesel Fuel Treatment.
☞ Fuel Burn reduction 16.57%.
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