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  • Will small (4 g) doses of Ceramizer® effectively regenerate the engine, gearboxes, rear bridge?

    The dosages of the preparations are selected so that they are sufficient to regenerate the friction surface of the engine (bushings, rings, camshaft, oil pump elements) and the friction surface of the gear teeth. Small doses (4 ml) of concentrated preparations are desirable and beneficial because:

    • do not cause an increase in the oil level in the engine, rear bridge, gearbox.
    • do not contain large amounts of unnecessary filler, thus they do not cause changes in the properties of the oil (they are not so-called oil thickeners, motodoctors).
  • Why don't oil manufacturers produce oil with Ceramizers®?
    • The main reasons are:
    • Not every user would feel like after changing the oil for oil with Ceramizer – use the® car for about 200km with a limited engine speed.
    • One might wonder why manufacturers do not produce extremely durable cars, even though it is technologically possible, why do we not get durable products? Also worth considering is what benefit would an oil producer who earns money from its sale if after using Ceramizer oil consumption® decreases (not to mention that the oil would have to become more expensive)?
  • What is the certainty that after using Ceramizers® I will get a positive effect?

    Application of Ceramizers® increases and equalizes the compression pressure in the cylinders, and indirectly – reduces oil consumption, if the cause of these phenomena (reduced pressure of the end of compression and excessive oil consumption) is the wear of the cylinder liner-ring steam, but within the limits of normal operating consumption (i.e. there is no limit wear of any of these elements and none of the rings is damaged or blocked). However, if the cause of oil loss are valve sealants, they should be replaced with new ones (there is no friction of metal against metal and therefore no ceramic layer is formed). However, it is possible to use Ceramizers® prophylactically.

  • What is the difference between Ceramizer and Ceramizator?

    Ceramizer is an original, originally existing on the market preparation – brand, present since 2003 in trade. Today, Ceramizer Sp z o.o. – the owner of the Ceramizer brand, has over 1500 distributors in the country and many foreign partners, is the owner of unique know-how on the basis of which it is constantly expanding the range of offered specialist preparations. Ceramizator – a separate and independent brand existing recently, introducing to the market a preparation whose name is probably intentionally to refer to the trademarked traditional brand of additives for engine oil and fuel – Ceramizer.

  • How does the preparation relate to products such as Militec, Xeramic, Modifier Plus or Motor-Life? Are these products with comparable functionality and principle of operation or is it something else? If I have previously used one of them in the engine, should I do any things before using Ceramizers®?

    These preparations (Militec, Xeramic, Modifier Plus or Motor-Life) are not equivalent to those from our offer. Our preparation is a Ceramizer of the surface of friction vapors – a® ceramic-metal layer is produced on the surface of metals. In this way, the friction steam (metal-metal) is regenerated. Ceramizers® are not so-called. “oil thickeners”, “motodoctors” (1 dose is 4 ml), and the ceramization effect persists after oil change (in the case of an engine up to 70 thousand km of mileage).
    The use of Ceramizers® would be more effective if no other technologies that create anti-friction coatings on friction surfaces were used before. Before using Ceramizer,® we suggest removing the previously formed layers – this can be done during normal operation, but it takes quite a long time (at least 2 oil change periods). However, Ceramizers® can be used after previous application of other additives, but then the ceramic-metal layer will form more slowly.

  • In stores and on the Internet there are a dozen if not several dozen additives to oil and fuel, sellers call more and more products Ceramizerami®. What to look for when buying an oil additive, are these products Ceramizers®?


    • The most important issues that are worth paying attention to when choosing an oil additive are:
    • the amount of the preparation, contrary to appearances, the more volume a given preparation has, the greater the probability that it is an ordinary oil thickener;
    • the number of reliable tests and studies proving the effectiveness of the preparation;
    • the amount of positive user reviews;
    • use in motor sports;
    • the preparation should not contain Teflon (PTFE).
    • On the Polish market there is a significant number of ineffective oil preparations. There are preparations on sale that in their name or description are called Ceramizers® and they are not. To avoid non-original and ineffective products, please buy Ceramizers® directly from the manufacturer (www.ceramizer.ie) or from sales representatives, whose addresses are on the map.

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  • Is it possible to use Ceramizer for engine oil with molybdenum disulfide (MoS2)?

    It is allowed to use Ceramiers for engine oil with molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) in a situation in which a ceramic-metal coating has been created in advance. For example, the user applied Ceramizer to a standard oil (without MoS2) and drove 1500 km, after which he >decided to change the oil to a new one with the addition of MoS2. In such a situation, oil with the addition of MoS2 can be used. However, in a situation where Ceramizer has not been used before and there is no ceramic-metal layer on the friction surfaces, it is not advisable to use Ceramizer for oil containing MoS2. Ceramizer can compete with molybdenum disulfide for “access” to metal friction surfaces and the formation of a protective layer, which in turn may lead to a prolongation of the ceramization process. In such a situation, we recommend choosing an oil without the addition of MoS2 or accepting the fact that the ceramization process is about 2 times longer.

  • When should Ceramizer be used, before or after an oil change?

    It depends on how many kilometers the oil change is planned. If the oil change is planned within less than 1500 km (e.g. in 800 km), it is better to use Ceramizer after the oil change. If, on the other hand, the oil change is planned in more than 1500 km (e.g. 3000 km), Ceramizer can still be used for the current oil.

  • Can Ceramizer® bring results in a situation where the cause of high oil consumption (1 liter per approx. 3000 km) are replacement valve seals and rings (16-valve engine). In this case, will the use of the preparation reduce oil consumption?

    The ceramic-metal layer, which is produced as a result of the action of the preparation, improves the tightness of the rings with the sleeve, but in the case of valve sealants (valve guides) it is a completely different matter – because there is no metal-metal friction there). Sealants must therefore be absolutely replaced and the effectiveness of tightness of the rings with the cylinder depends on the state of wear of the rings – if there is already a limit wear, then significant amounts of the preparation would have to be used, and this does not make sense. In addition, the most common cause of oil losses (in addition to the aforementioned guide sealants) is damage or significant wear of the scraper rings – they have a specific structure and in the event of disappearance, the so-called ” scraper rings. shelves (scraper edges) will not help anything anymore – except, of course, the replacement of tribological pairs (rings, piston, cylinder).
    Ceramizers, however, are affordable® enough that you can try – in any case, they will not hurt, and the effect can be.

  • After applying Ceramizers®, will there be no problems in the case of main repair of the engine (grinding, etc.), does the preparation not clog the oil channels?

    The use of Ceramizers® does not cause any negative side effects, including technological ones.

  • How are Ceramizers® better than Teflon preparations?

    As for Teflon coatings, these are polymers (plastics) that, apart from a low coefficient of friction, do not contribute anything. In addition, they are not resistant to the thermal conditions prevailing in the engine and after a short time polymer chains break to form completely different materials, whose particles in the form of flakes accumulate m.in. in oil channels, causing damage.
    The company that introduced these products to the market no longer admits to them – those that still vegetate on the market most often come from other manufacturers. The use of Teflon without special risk – can take place in gears and less loaded. Ceramizers®, as the name suggests – cause the formation of a ceramic-metal layer with extraordinary strength properties and resistance to abrasion and temperature, besides they have a very low coefficient of friction (10 times harder than steel and their coefficient of friction is about 8 times lower than the steel-steel pair). The durability of ceramic-metal layers is comparable to carburized surfaces and estimated at about 70,000 km of vehicle mileage, although they often reach the limit of 150,000 km of mileage.
    In addition, Ceramizers® additionally contain components (GP particles) that improve the physical properties of the oil in terms of its adhesion to metal surfaces. This is called. oil magnetization.

  • Can this preparation be added to diesel, TDI, GDI or gas engines? Can this preparation be used in 2,3,4,6,8,12 cylinder engines?

    There are no contraindications.

  • I have almost a new car with a mileage of 19,000, which is well reached (exceeded 3000 km). In general, everything is ok. There are no oil losses. I want to apply the measure preventively. Are Ceramizers safe for a new and fully operational engine?

    Ceramizers are completely safe for new engines upon arrival, i.e. those that have a mileage of more than 5,000. Miles. Many users use Ceramizer for new cars with a running-in engine to prophylactically protect the engine from wear and maintain its nominal parameters during operation.

  • What are the shipping costs?

    The gross cost (including VAT) of shipping Ceramizers is:


    4.80 euro

    • Standard Delivery across Ireland
    • Buy at your local post office
    • No track number 
    • No insurance

    9.30 euro

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