Cerma w/STM-3
updated 6-23-2016  
Advanced Lubrication Technology 

for maximum mileage and vehicle longevity.

This page is designed to give you a good overview of Cerma products 
and how they can greatly extend the life of the engines and moving 
components of your vehicles and power equipment you use. Cerma 
can save you money, a lot of money over time. Using Cerma can more 
than double the useful life of engines, transmissions, differentials, etc. 
This page will tell you things you won't find on either my affiliate intro 
page or the main Cerma store site where you can purchase products. 
If you will go over this page first, it will save you a lot of time in 
determining what Cerma does, why you would want to use it, and 
what specific Cerma products are for you.

After studying this page, next go to https://cermastore.com/bb,
my affiliate intro page for a general overview of everything that 
is offered which then links you into the main cermastore site.

Affiliate info  How to use Cerma  Dosages  Fuel treatment   More info   FAQ

Cerma products double and triple the life of engines, transmissions, 
differentials, power steering pumps, air conditioning and even hydraulic 
systems.  This is very high tech stuff.  Emissions disappear, mileage increases, 
engine gets quiet; it is not teflon based. Makes your diesel quit smoking. I have 
used  cerma products in all my engines; car, truck, jeep, diesel pickup, 
lawn mowers, rototillers, and chainsaws for the past 5 years. The stuff works. 
Now there are different formulations available and honed in for specific 
components in your vehicle such as your air conditioning system that 
are even more effective than using just the engine additive for these areas.

Cerma is an engine, transmission, differential, air conditioning system, and 
power steering pump  protection system using additives putting up to 
a 6 micron coating of ceramic protection on all wearing metal surfaces.
The benefit is to extend the life of your vehicles/motorized power equipment 
(chain saws, lawn mowers, rototillers, vacuums and blowers, weed eaters, 
motorcycles, boat motors, snow mobiles, etc.) two to three times over what 
you would normally get out of them.

What can it do?

Increases horsepower
Increases compression
Increases torque
Increases fuel economy
Reduces emission gases
Reduces carbon deposits
Decreases engine vibration and noise (harmonics)
Reduces the wear of engine and transmission

Most of you are driving around in $10k to $50k cars/SUVs and pickups - 
much more by the time you get done paying interest on your loans. Doesn't 
it make sense to spend a couple hundred dollars to protect that investment, 
increase the useful life of the whole vehicle by several times, and stay out 
of expensive repair shops? Using Cerma-cermax products in your vehicle 
to protect all the vital wear areas can do just that. Cerma products are very 
cost effective compared to the consequences of not using them. Once Cerma 
w/STM-3 is added to the engine, that engine will continually clean itself. It is 
a one time treatment that stops deposit formation inside your engine. Using 
Cermax engine oil after initial STM-3 treatment can extend that protection and 
yield up to 30,000 miles between oil changes (change oil filter more often 
though). That can save you a lot of money.

This company has come a long ways since I first started with them many 
years ago. Back then it was just an additive for car engines. Now there is 
a protection product for engines (gas and/or diesel), transmissions (automatics 
or manual shift), differentials, power steering pumps, and even your air 
conditioning system. EVO oil is available for newer cars with a 0w viscosity 
rating and 7500 miles between oil changes which greatly enhances mileage 
because of it's lack of friction properties. Cermax oil (different than the EVO oil) 
is good for up to 30,000miles between oil changes as it contains STM-3 
to maximize protection.

Cerma w/STM-3 for Gasoline and Diesel Engines utilizes ceramic technology 
to form a micro-ceramic seal on all metal parts within your engine. This will 
not allow the formation of performance
degrading sludge and abrasive carbons. 
Cerma w/STM-3 for Gasoline/Diesel Engines will
restore lost power to your car 
or pickup's gas engine, while giving you
protection unmatched by any other oil 
or oil additive sold anywhere including Amsoil! This is NOT Slick 50
technology! Cerma seals and protects metal for superior lubrication of hot parts.
Cerma  treated oil can maintain adhesion to hot metal in excess of 1900º F. 
Normal oil
avoids metal at 275º and will oxidize at 375-425º.  Cerma seals and 
protects metal for superior lubrication of hot parts. The hard ceramic finish will 
expand and contract without separating from the metal which
ensures protection 
in both hot and cold conditions. CERMA is extremely strong and can withstand 
pressures in excess of 350,000 PSI. That
is over 20 times the protection of any 
other oil, additive, or synthetic oil.

I will tell you more further down but let's give you some clues about what to look 
for on the Cerma website as it is no longer a simple site to go through and 
contains a lot of useful information, documents, testimonies, and videos to 
explore besides just being a place to order product. 

I am a Cerma affiliate. It costs nothing to become a Cerma affiliate; no monthlies, 
no annual membership, no autoships. My affiliate intro page at https://cermastore.com/bb 
is an introductory overview of the Cerma site and will lead you into that main site. I 
receive a rebate commission on all cerma products I purchase through my affiliate 
site for myself and a commission on all products ordered through my affiliate site 
and even a small  commission on products ordered through affiliate sites that signed 
up under me. Cerma isn't cheap product. It is very much needed and is in high demand.
Affiliate income can become quite substantial over time. To become an affiliate click 
on the "DEALER" heading at the top of the page on the cerma store site you are 
linked to from my intro page at https://cermastore.com/bb
   Then click on  "BECOME 

Cerma's main workhorse is the Cerma STM-3 engine additive. It is the first thing 
you add to an engine, preferably with existing oil in the engine that still has a good 
1500 miles left to go before the next oil change. This treatment is only done once.  
For gas engines it comes in a 2 oz bottle. Since diesel engines, like in pickups and 
Suburbans,  usually have 11 - 12 quart capacities, 6 oz is necessary for a diesel pickup 
engine. The Cerma w/STM-3 for diesels can be used in gasoline car engines, motorcycles, 
lawnmowers, rototiller engines etc too. But Cerma w/STM-3 for gasoline powered 
engines  CANNOT be used in diesels. This applies to both the  Cerma STM-3
treatment as well as the Cerma oils. There is a different oil base used in Cerma 
for gasoline engines that is not suitable for diesel engines. So let's say you need 
to treat a couple gas car engines (2 oz ea), a  motorcycle (1oz), a lawn mower 
(1/2 oz), etc.  it would be more cost effective to buy a 6oz Cerma w/STM-3 for 
diesel than it would be to buy three 2 oz Cermas for gas engines.

After you have run the Cerma w/STM-3 engine additive for 1500 miles or better; do 
an oil change and then switch to Cermax oil. You no longer need to use the engine 
treatment. That's a one time shot. Just use Cerma or Cermax oil in the engine from 
then on. Cermax oil has more STM-3 in it than Cerma oil hence you can go up to 30,000
miles before changing oil using Cermax as opposed to only 15,000 miles using 
Cerma oil. By the quart it is expensive; you don't want to buy it that way. Buy it 20 qts
or 5 gallons at a whack. If you do that, Cermax oil with the additional STM-3 and double 
the mileage between oil changes, costs the same as the Cerma oil. 5 gallons of either 
is $152 so why would you settle for lesser protection for the same dollar? That's cheaper 
than Amsoil and you are getting much much better engine protection. If your car uses 
10W-30 you can use the same oil you buy for your car in your lawn mower, small 
engines, and  motorcycles also.

My diesel pickup uses 15w-40. Remember diesel oil (as well as diesel engine additive) 
can be also used in cars and gasoline engines (but you can't use motor oil or engine 
additive for gasoline engines in a diesel). I bought 5 gallons (20 one quart bottles) of 
15w-40 Cermax oil for diesels and use the same oil in my motorcycle, lawn mower, rototiller, 
and log splitter engines. And I don't go 30,000 miles on it. I change the oil filter on it 
every 3000 miles and will run it until the oil is a dark honey color, before almost black.
As long as it's still dark honey colored, it's still good oil. This means you will have to 
add some oil every time you change the oil filter, especially at first until the STM-3 
treatment has cleaned up the inside of your engine. Then you can monitor the oil 
color on the dipstick and extend the time periods between filter changes accordingly. 

The next priorities after treating the engine with the STM-3 additive and then getting 
the right oil in the engine at the 1500 - 3000 mile oil/filter change point after the engine 
treatment was added should be the additives for:
...automatic or manual shift transmission
...rear end and front 4 x 4 differentials
...the power steering pump
...grease with STM-3 for the U joints if your U joints are greaseable; many aren't
...the air conditioning system additive, which with their tool you can purchase, you can 
   add yourself. Only takes 10 ml and will greatly enhance the performance and longevity
   of your air conditioning pump and system components, with resulting cooler air.
...fuel additive for either gas or diesel to clean up your fuel system; a pint should last 
   you a year depending upon how many miles you drive a year.
...they even have 2 cycle oil for your chain saw and weed eaters, bar oil for your chain 
   saw and special oil to lengthen the life/prevent rusting due to water in the air of your 
   air powered tools.

At my affiliate page, https://cermastore.com/bb 
you will find 13 blocks of information giving a brief overview of each of the 
main areas the Cerma products cover. If you don't review this page first, the main 
Cermastore site can become quite overwhelming with the quantity of information
that is available there to absorb. Get the overview first on the affiliate page so you know 
what to hunt for and how to properly categorize items on the main site.

At https://cermastore.com/bb click on any white lettered link in the two black 
boxes at the top of the affiliate page and it will take you into the main cermastore 
site. First time around that would probably  be CERMASTORE. On return visits 
click on TREATMENTS, MOTOR OIL, or other headings that will take you directly 
to those areas of the site.

Value packages combine more than one item and offer you a discount for choosing 
a multiple item package such as 5 qts of oil, a Cerma w/STM-3 treatment, and an 
automatic transmission treatment. But remember what I said about buying oil; buy 
in 20 quart lots and Cermax with the most STM-3 in it and good for 30,000 miles 
between oil changes, is the same price as Cerma oil good for only 15,000 miles.
That's not true if you only buy one or five quarts.

At the top of the main cermastore page is seven different menu categories; 
company, technology, documents, videos, dealer related info, Blogs/news, 
and shop now.
Each of these categories breaks down into multiple information 
resources. Be sure and spend time with the videos section; some pretty amazing 
demonstrations there regarding what these products do for you. 

The right hand side of the cermastore page has Shop by Categories, which 
narrows down the specific items you are seeking. Price List - all categories gives
you prices on everything offered on one single long page.

When you are ready to start assembling an order click on SHOP NOW and start 
filling your shopping cart with a wish list. Delete items, change quantities until you've 
got what you need and want at a price you feel you can afford. They do give you 
a discount for larger orders that shows up at checkout.

Go to https://cermastore.com/bb , select the top white letters inside the black 
box which says "For more information or to purchase online - click here..."
This takes you into the main cerma website. Then select "The Technology" from 
the top menu. Then select "Application installation specifications" from that menu.
Scroll down until you find "Dosage Instructions", click on that to expand the pic 
you see into a readable page. If you don't get a readable page size scroll down 
further and click on "Having trouble viewing? - click here" and you will get a big 
page to look at that is easy to read.

Basically add the Cerma Oil treatment to the engine per the above page 
instructions and drive it 1500-3000 miles, change the oil to Cermax oil and 
change the filter. You do not have to add any more Cerma w/STM-3 
engine additive. Although Cermax oil is good for up to 30,000 miles; until
the engine is really clean, change the filter whenever the oil on the dipstick
gets darker than a dark honey color. Fully black oil means your filter needs 
changing and you've got dirty oil circulating around your engine. This may 
be every 500 to a thousand miles to start with until your engine gets cleaned 
up. The oil doesn't go bad, but as your engine gives up its residues; the filter 
is where they get trapped. Have extra Cermax oil on hand to make up for that 
lost during these filter changes. That's why you buy Cermax oil (30,000 miles) 
instead of Cerma oil (15,000 miles) in 20 quart quantities  - both cost the same 
in 20 quart quantities ($7.60/qt or less with your affiliate rebate) but you get 
much more STM-3 protection in the Cermax oil than you do the Cerma oil. It's 
a no brainer on which oil to use if you'll buy it in 20 quart quantities.

Everything is covered on the doseage instructions page except small engines. 
For small engines like Honda, Briggs and Stratton, and Tecumseh 4 cycle 
lawn mowers, weed eaters, rototillers, log splitters, electrical generators, etc
where the oil reservoir capacities are around 1 liter of oil; use 1/2 oz, 
that's about 15ml of Cerma w/STM-3, per liter of oil in the engine reservoir. 

Run that engine from 6 to 12 hours with the Cerma w/STM-3 treatment in it 
before changing the oil. Then change the oil to Cermax w/STM-3 oil and watch 
the color of the oil on the dipstick to tell you when to change oil again. When it 
passes the dark honey into a near black color; it is time to change it. The Cerma 
w/STM-3 treatment will unseat and reseat the rings in the engine as your engine 
undergoes cleansing and the up to 6 micron coating is plated onto the wear surfaces. 
Your engine may smoke somewhat while this cleansing and reseating/replating 
process occurs depending upon its age. Don't change oil until the smoking stops
and the cleansing/reseating process has completed. The oil change to Cermax 
w/STM-3 oil at the 6 to 12 hour point should then last a long time.

For 2 cycle engines such as chainsaws and weedeaters, use the Cerma 2 cycle 
oil at the 40-1 ratio you normally would to start with. I use a 40-1 in my chain saws; 
that's 3.2 oz or 95 ml of the Cerma 2 cycle oil mixed with 1 gallon of gasoline.
As your engine gets cleaned up and the metal surfaces coated with the STM-3 
technology, you can reduce the oil used to a 50-1 or even higher mixture.

Cerma just came out with a  bar chain oil for  chainsaws. It's so new they don't 
even have a part number for it yet, but I have a gallon coming at a very reasonable 
price.  In the video section on the Cerma page, there is a video of using this bar 
chain oil.  The guy cuts through a thick log with a dull chain and then holds the saw 
by the bar between his two bare hands. Normally that bar and chain would be so 
hot it would leave a bar S imprint in your hands if you tried to do that.

Cerma Fuel Treatment for gasoline or diesel engines
You must choose whether the use will be for diesel or gasoline.
They are not interchangeable. You use gasoline treatment in gasoline engines 
and you use diesel fuel treatment in diesel engines.

Cleaning Action, Lubrication, Anti-Gelling, Efficiency, Water Control
To watch the Cerma Fuel Treatment video, click the Video tab when you 
get into the cermastore site. It tells quite a story.

Cerma STM-3 Fuel Treatment lubricates and protects the upper engine, 
prevents costly downtime, restores performance, cleans the fuel tank, cleans 
injectors, cleans fuel lines and provides unmatched protection.

Cerma STM-3 Fuel Treatment is a continuous use treatment. Because fuel 
(gasoline, diesel) encapsulates the lubrication inside the fuel molecules 
within the hydrocarbon matrix, when the injectors spray the fuel into the 
system the lubrication burns off along with the fuel. Cerma STM-3 releases 
the lubrication trapped inside the fuel, and allows the fuel system to properly 

In addition, Cerma STM-3 Fuel Treatment adds a "SiC" (silicone carbide) 
component to the system which lubricates the upper engine, cleans the 
fuel system, removes water and moisture, conditions the fuel pump, cleans 
the fuel injectors and fuel tank, and acts as an octane booster.

For maximum fuel savings and protection, use the fuel treatment with 
Cerma STM-3 Engine Treatment.

Simple application for the fuel treatment , just add it to the fuel tank.

Ratio: 1oz for up to first 40 gallons and 1oz for each additional 40 gallons.

1st Fill Up: Prior to Fill up, have at least a HALF EMPTY TANK (so you get 
a good mixing of the additive to the fuel)  , add treatment into the fuel tank 
at the recommended ratio of 1 oz per 40 gallons. 
Fill tank with fuel.
2nd Fill Up: Repeat, not too hard to remember.
The trick is to know how much fuel you will be adding so you put the right 
amount of additive in at the beginning of fill up. I know where my gas gauge
reads to be able to add 20 gallons of fuel, which make this quite simple.
The bottles come marked so it is easy to put the right amount in. Just make 
sure you add it BEFORE refueling so it gets mixed up good during refueling.

Available Sizes:

2 oz Introductory Dose: 1oz Each for next 2 fill ups
16 oz "Measure/Pour" Bottle: Over 1 Year Supply for Auto or Small Diesel
1 Quart Bottle: 32 ounces for bulk savings
1 Gallon Jug: 4 Quarts (128 ounces) for Large Diesel, Over 1 Year Supply
5 Gallon Pail: 5 Gallons (20 Quarts) for Large Diesel or Fleet Applications
$2 worth will treat 20 gallons of fuel.

Here's a simple plan if you want longest life from your equipment/vehicles
Cerma STM-3 engine treatment  then Cerma or Cermax (better) STM-3 motor oil
Cerma STM-3 automatic transmission treatment then Cerma STM-3 automatic transmission fluid
Cerma STM-3 manual transmission treatment then Cerma STM-3 gear oil
Cerma STM-3 differential treatment then Cerma STM-3 gear oil
Cerma STM-3 power steering treatment then Cerma STM-3 power steering fluid
Cerma STM-3 hydraulic treatment then Cerma STM-3 hydraulic fluid for hydraulic systems
Cerma STM-3 air conditioning system treatment - only 10ml - do it yourself - one time shot
Cerma fuel additive - 1 oz per 40 gallons of fuel keeps your system clean

More info 
A more in depth explanation of just what Cerma is.

CerMa Products utilize a ceramic Lubrication Catalyst STM-3 which is designed to 
be used on any rigid or semi rigid surface experiencing sliding, rotating or oscillating 
harmonic friction.  Cerma is designed to carry loads in excess of 350,000 PSI as well 
as lubricate at temperatures in excess of 1900 F. 

Cerma is a combination of a unique water based ceramic resin and
solid including a ceramic lubricating mole.  Cerma combines the
durability of a 
ceramic resin with the lubricity of the ceramic lubricant. 
Cerma works well in 
all applications, but performs best where high
temperatures, high loads and 
high speeds are experienced. Cerma is fully
capable of carrying the load where 
normal lubricants and PTFE (teflon) additives fail.

Cerma is 100 % solids, clear in color and acquires a glass finish in use. Cerma 
is formulated to provide an approximate cured film thickness of 2  - 6 microns 

of ceramic coating. Cerma is a material that contains no solvents.


Normal oils avoid hot metals at approximately 275°F and will oxidize (break down) 
at approximately 375 to 425°F.  Cerma treated oil maintains adhesion at base metal 

temperatures in excess of 1900°F.  It seals and protects metal with a 2 - 6 micron 

ceramic coating - treated oil is now attracted to the hot metals.  This feature
for proper lubrication of hot parts.


Creates a hard ceramic finish that survives impact, as well as expansion and 
contraction without sepa­rating from the base metal / plastic - this ensures
protection whether cold or hot.


Cerma lubricating pigments are capable of carrying loads in excess of 350,000 PSI. 
That’s over
20 times the protection of any oil or additive, including synthetic oils.


Cerma is resistant to most chemicals and acids while inhibiting oxidation. 
Cermax products will seal all metal parts with a ceramic coating that will stop 
the formation of destructive abrasive carbon moles, also removes deposits 
are already formed.  By doing this Cerma products can stop the wear of 
components within your engine and transmission.

Cerma will reduce the formation of carbon deposits as well as stopping 
destructive HARMONICS.  

Every moving assembly produces Harmonics.
Like a tuning fork the rotating assembly within your engine will produce 
harmonics that will rob you of power by causing imbalances within the
parts.  Harmonics will lead to the destruction of bearings within your engine.  
Engine harmonics will cause the bearings within your water pump,
a/c, belt rider pulleys, to fail faster than they should.  Cerma products put a 
stop to internal engine harmonic generation - this feature alone will save 
you in future repair needs, saving benefits by way of reclaimed
and lower fuel demand requirements.

Cerma is a unique system that will form a protective layer of ceramic within 
any lubrication system requiring constant flow or wetting to protect the parts 
from wear and oxidation from the
elements.  Cerma products are non-flammable 
with no V.O.C.s (volatile
organic compounds). Cerma is compatible with today's 
emphasis on environmentally friendly products.  Cerma may be used on all 
unpainted surfaces.  Cerma has just finished 5 years of real world testing. 
products have been tested and validated by an EPA certified lab.

In gasoline and diesel engines, Cerma has shown an unprecedented 
reduction in
emission gases, increased fuel economy, horse power increase, 
reduction of
carbon deposits, the elimination of vibration caused by internal 
harmonics .  Cerma products have been validated by third party labs, on 
metallurgy, emission reduction, friction reduction, oil sampling, chemical 
reaction and stability, harmonic reduction, rust reduction and carbon deposit 

Third party testing has shown the use of Cerma for Gasoline Engines can 
reduce emissions by as much as 92%, friction by as much as 80% and 
harmonics by as much as 98%.

All Cerma products are environmentally safe and do not contain any 
solvents or teflon products.

Products are made for :
2 cycle engines
4 cycle gasoline engines
Diesel pickup and diesel car engines
Semi diesel engines
differentials and transmissions
power steering pumps
air conditioning systems - car and household

FAQ  frequently asked questions

What is Cerma?

Cerma is a ceramic catalyst that is embedded 2 - 6 microns into the 
sub-surface of the metal surfaces of an engine and drivetrain.

How does Cerma work?

Ceramic seals and protects metal for superior lubrication of hot parts. 
Cerma treated oil can maintain adhesion to hot metal in excess of 1900º F. 
Normal oil avoids metal at 275º and will oxidize at 375-425º.
The hard ceramic finish will expand and contract without separating from 
the metal which ensures protection in both hot and cold conditions.
Cerma is extremely strong and can withstand pressures in excess of 
350,000 PSI. That is over 20 times the protection of any oil, additive 
or synthetic oil. Cerma's advanced and entrenched properties provide 
for enhanced lubrication which allows the engine to run smoothly and 
cleanly, as well as providing for increased power.

Moreover, the micro-embedded Cerma properties can be maintained 
not only at high temperatures but also exist on the engine parts after 
the engine stops running.
This effect is in stark contrast to the inadequate 
filming of motor oil which results in a condition referred to as "dry-start". 
Because motor oil drains off the engine parts when the engine is not 
running, an inadequate layer of lubricant causes engine parts considerable 
wear each time the engine is started.

Can Cerma increase engine horsepower?

Yes! To compare horsepower of an engine with Cerma, versus the 
same engine without Cerma, we have conducted numerous tests these 
past 5 years, including, for example, a test on a 1998 JEEP Grand Cherokee 
Laredo 4.0 liter 6-cylinder engine. The engine was measured using a Dynajet 
Model 248C Dynamometer.
The test showed an average increase of 8.4 
horsepower when Cerma was added to the oil. 

Can Cerma increase engine compression and fuel economy?

A road test on a truck with a Diesel CAT 430hp engine was conducted 
by the Canadian Hydrogen Energy Company Ltd. The road test simulated 
normal highway driving conditions experienced by most truck drivers 
across the United States and Canada. This "real world" test enabled 
accurate recording of a number of factors including; fuel consumption, 
mileage, weight, weather conditions, and tire pressure.

The use of Cerma provided excellent results in fuel economy. Within 
100 miles of adding Cerma, fuel economy increased by 16.15%. This 
result showed that Cerma had an immediate positive effect on the 
combustion chamber by increasing compression in the engine and 
increasing the efficiency of the fuel ignition system.

The best results for a diesel engine do not occur until there is at least 
500 to 1000 miles of Cerma use in the crankcase.

As for gasoline engines, various tests have been conducted that have 
generated a wide range of results from 3.81% to 21% increase in fuel 
economy. The car's make and model, as well as driving conditions and 
driver's habits, have caused the increase in fuel economy to vary.

Why is the reduction of emission gases important?

In populated regions of the U.S. and the world, gas and diesel powered 
vehicles are major contributors of pollution as millions of vehicle on the 
road add up. Pollution comes from by-products of the combustion process 
(exhaust) and from the evaporation of the fuel itself.

Gasoline and diesel fuels are mixtures of hydrocarbons: compounds which 
contain both hydrogen and carbon atoms. In a "perfect engine", oxygen in the 
air would convert ALL the hydrogen in the fuel to water and ALL the carbon 
in the fuel to carbon dioxide. Nitrogen in the air would remain unaffected.

Unfortunately, the combustion process has not been "perfect" and gas 
and diesel engines emit several types of pollutants.

• HYDROCARBON (HC): Hydrocarbon emissions result when fuel 
molecules do not burn or only partially burn. Hydrocarbons react to nitrogen 
oxide and sunlight to create ground-level ozone, a major component of smog. 
Smog can irritate the eyes, damage the lungs, and aggravate respiratory 
problems. It is our most widespread and intractable urban pollution problem. 
A number of hydrocarbons are also toxic with potential to cause cancer.

• NITROGEN OXIDE (NOx): Under the high pressure and temperature 
conditions in the engine, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in the air react to form 
various nitrogen oxides. Nitrogen oxide, like hydrocarbons, is a precursor to 
the formation of ozone.

• CARBON MONOXIDE (CO): Carbon monoxide is a product of incomplete 
combustion and occurs when carbon in the fuel is partially oxidized rather than 
fully oxidized to carbon dioxide (CO2). In humans, carbon monoxide reduces 
the flow of oxygen in the bloodstream and is dangerous to persons with heart 

Until Cerma, these emission problems have attempted to be solved by 
mechanical changes to the internal combustion engine. Catalytic converters 
and sophisticated emission control systems, as well as tighter tailpipe emissions 
standards, have improved the control of emissions, but the increase in travel 
miles has offset much of the emission control progress.

In tests, conducted by an independent laboratory, approved by the EPA 
and California Air Resources Board (CARB), exhaust concentrations of 
hydrocarbons, (HC), carbon monoxide (CO2), and Nitrogen oxide (NOx) 
were measured. The following vehicle engines were tested before and 
after Cerma were poured in the engines. 5 quarts of Pennzoil 10/30 
were used.

Vehicle 1:
1996 GMC Yukon, Mileage 133,321 (214559 km)

(6 miles later)
WITH Cerma
(458 miles later)
(total percent)
Hydrocarbons 68ppm 3ppm 2ppm 97.05%
Carbon Monoxide 0.54% 0.04% 0.03% 94.44%
Nitrogen Oxide 377ppm 107ppm 22ppm 94.16%

Vehicle 2:
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, Mileage 27845 (44812 km)

(11 miles later)
WITH Cerma
(902 miles later)
(total percent)
Hydrocarbons 7ppm 0ppm 0ppm 100%
Carbon Monoxide 0.04% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
Nitrogen Oxide 131ppm 68ppm 0ppm 100%

Vehicle 3

A "Smoke Test" (Opacity) was conducted on the Diesel truck's stack exhaust. 
This is a test the State of California conducts to measure particulates in the exhaust. 
The measuring device is on a pole and measures the smoke/exhaust across two 
points using laser light refraction. The test is repeated several times.

After the initial baseline test was taken without Cerma, 16 ounces of Cerma 
was added to the engine and later tests were performed. After driving the truck 
for 100 miles, the readings indicated that 100% of the diesel exhaust particulates 
had been removed.

These test results support the conclusion that the use of Cerma, not only 
dramatically reduces harmful emission gasses, but also improves engine efficiency 
(i.e. provides more thorough combustion of the fuel in the engine)

How does Cerma protect my engine?

Cerma will seal all metal parts which will then stop the formation of destructive 
abrasive carbon moles. Cerma also removes existing carbon deposits. After 
your initial application of Cerma, we recommend that you drive for a minimum of 
500 to 1000 miles before changing the oil in order to flush out the carbon deposits 
that Cerma removed from the surfaces within your engine.

Cermax will also lengthen the service life of lubricant, so motor oil changes 
need not be as frequent. After 2-3 oil changes, check the color of your oil (AMBER=
continue to use existing oil, BLACK=time to change oil)

Only use cerma treatment for automatics or use cerma oil for automatics 
AFTER you have run the treatment product for a while and its time to service the 
automatic transmission and replace the oil.

Use the cerma treatment for manual transmissions and when it comes time to 
replace the transmission oil, then replace it with Cerma gear oil.

Is Cerma similar to STP, SLICK 50, or any other oil additive?

ABSOLUTELY NOT! Cerma is patented new technology that doesn't rely on 
PTFE's (teflon). CerMa has never been known to accumulate and cause engine 
problems. If there is any excess amount of CerMa at any given time, it will 
increase your fuel economy and exit when the oil is changed.

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