A lubricant (sometimes referred to as "lube") is a substance (often a liquid) introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce the friction between them, improving efficiency and reducing wear. They may also have the function of dissolving or transporting foreign particles and of distributing heat.
One of the single largest applications for lubricants, in the form of motor oil, is to protect the internal combustion engines in motor vehicles and powered equipment.
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Scale build-up, rust and corrosion build-up can cause overheating, lack of sufficient cooling and can lead to mechanical failure.
Lynch Pro-Formance cooling system products reduce the surface tension of the coolant, which improves heat transfer through the cooling system while providing additional protection against rust, corrosion and, erosion.
It also prevents the formation of scale deposits in the radiator for optimum coolant flow and lubricates the seals of the water pump,
As your vehicle gets older it demands more from the transmission fluid. When the fluid begins to degrade, oxidation occurs, which leads to rough shifting, slipping and increased temperature. As a result of the increased temperature the gaskets and rubber seals inside the transmission will begin to harden and consequently may cause leaks.
In addition, the viscosity of the fluid is lost, causing parts to rub together more frequently. The loss of viscosity leads to accelerated transmission wear, erratic shifting and loss of torque.
Lynch Pro-Formance transmission treatment products provide significant protection against one of the most costly automotive repairs. The product promotes smoother manual shifts and helps restore responsiveness in automatic transmissions.
A properly maintained fuel system is one of the key factors to keeping your vehicle performing like it should. You'll help to maximize your fuel efficiency, and avoid problems such as rough idling, weak acceleration and stalling.
Short trips and stop and go driving may cause deposit build-up, which can lead to hesitation, engine knocking and rob your car of its original power and fuel economy.
Making sure your fuel flow is not blocked, is vital to getting the most mileage for your money. Deposits can lead to hard starts, lost acceleration and rough idling. Regular use of Lynch Pro-Formance fuel treatment products can control performance robbing deposit build-up and help restore an engine's lost power, performance and efficiency.
Lynch Pro-Formance diesel fuel products clean injectors and the entire fuel system.
It also provides protection against corrosion, decreases black smoke, and helps reduce sludge build-up and deposits to enhance performance and fuel economy.
Increased fuel lubricity helps protect against premature pump and injector wear.
Lynch Pro-Formance (PLP) products are an advanced technology to lubricate, penetrate, and prevent corrosion, free sticky mechanisms, displace moisture, stop squeaks, and reduce friction and wear on all metal surfaces.
It cleans and protects metal surfaces, tools or any metal equipment exposed to water or weather. It's ideal for and provides easy-to-apply protection and lubrication for hundreds of uses ranging from household, automotive and industrial applications.
LP00401 Extreme Pressure Lubricant
LP00402 Gear Oil Treatment
LP00505 Port Fuel Injection Cleaner
LP00703 Racing Engine Treatment
LP00704 Quick Change RE Treatment
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- December 17th, 2009 by admin
- December 17th, 2009 by admin
10 Basic Car Maintenance Tips.
By dealing with these things before they become a problem, you can prevent future damages and increase the longevity of your car.
1. Change the oil regularly. It is an absolute necessity. Many people do not realize that the oil in the engine can become very dirty if it is not changed. Follow the schedule in your car’s manual. Clean oil is important for making sure that everything runs smoothly.
- December 16th, 2009 by admin
Auto Maintenance for Better Gas Mileage
Also, change the oil regularly. If possible, opt for the oil labeled “energy conserving” to increase gas mileage and reduce emissions. Replace the air filters on a regular basis to enjoy up to a ten percent gas mileage improvement.
- December 15th, 2009 by admin