Tests were done under alternative labels of the product which is now known as Xcelplus.


Xcelplus (Australia)

Oil analysis on Toyota Yaris 1.3 L 2015 after treatment with Xcelplus showed a dramatic reduction in wear:

-82 % Iron
-57 % Aluminium
-92 % Copper

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Consumers Digest (USA)

"We were somewhat skeptical at first, but it turns out that the product does exactly what the manufacturer claims it does. In fact, the more we looked, the more facts stacked up on the products side."

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University of Utah (USA)

The United States Attorney General conducted independent testing and concluded:

  • Plating of the metal surfaces did occur

  • Oil filter clogging is not indicated

  • Friction reduced           -12.6 %

  • Fuel use reduced         -17.5 %

  • Horsepower increased +15.6 %

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US Dept Of Energy

Found that with a 5 % increase in fuel economy, approximately 100 million barrels of fuel would be saved annually. Their test on Xcelplus Permanent Engine Protection concluded the following increase in fuel economy:

Urban     +6.9 %
Highway +5.31 %

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Automotive Service Councils of Pennsylvania

Ran three cars without oil:

Three cars were treated with Xcelplus Engine Treatment. Six months later, the oil was drained from each vehicle, and the cars were driven, without oil plugs, for about a half hour.

The water temperature never rose and the engines sustained no apparent damage.

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Le Tourneau University (Texas)

Treated engines with Xcelplus Engine Treatment. After driving 800 miles, mileage per gallon on the highway

  • Increased from 16 mpg to 21.8 mpg (+36 %)

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TUV (Germany)

A prestigious Motor Test Lab in Germany, conducted testing on Xcelplus products and demonstrated:

“… a measurable reduction in the frictional losses through the addition of <Xcelplus> to the engine, gear box and back axle oils.”

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Bilsport (Sweden)

Tested three vehicles and concluded:

  • Fuel consumption decreased 10.1 - 14.6 %
  • Volume CO (Carbon Monoxide) decreased 38.3 - 76.0 %
  • HC (Hydro Carbons) ppm decreased 22.9 - 33.3 %
  • Rolling distance increased 22.6 - 62.35 %
  • Performance improvements remain after an oil change

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Engineering Research & Application Ltd (UK)

ERA tested Xcelplus Engine Treatment and reported the following increase in fuel economy:

Urban -     +7 %
90 KPH-     +5.15 %
120 KPH-  +11.32 %

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Nantes University (France)

Conducted a full load test on Xcelplus Engine Treatment proving:

Internal engine friction decreased while horsepower and torque increased.

They stated that:

“a single treatment with <Xcelplus Engine Treatment> will provide substantial savings due to improved engine efficiency and lubrication”

At full load Test Results
        -16 %
Torque          +4.7 %
Horsepower   +4.7 %
Acceleration   +17 %

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Heavy Machinery

Swedish Institute Of Agricultural Engineering

Found a decrease in the amount of harmful carbon dust emissions and fuel consumption achieved through the use of Xcelplus Engine Treatment.

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Federal Aviation Authority (USA)

The FAA found when aircraft engines are treated with Xcelplus Aircraft Treatment:

  • engine friction at take off and cruise RPM’s decreased 25 - 30 %

Also, oil consumption after ten hours of testing was a mere one pint. (Normal acceptable oil consumption averages one quart per two hours) They concluded that they:

“..would consider all findings to be better than acceptable standards."

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Army: Fort Hood (USA)

Found virtually no wear or deterioration to all components treated with Xcelplus products. All internal parts were sent to a N.A.S.A. lab for detailed inspection.

Testing at N.A.S.A. proved the coating to be 1 micron thick and bonded to the metal surfaces.

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Franklin Institute (USA): picture of coated surface

Tried to remove the permanent coating that Xcelplus products apply to lubricated metal surfaces but were unable to do so. They concluded that:

‛‛The above experiments show that coating to be 1 to 2 microns thick and bonded to the surface.”

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Cranfield University (UK): 5 yr test

Tested the effect Xcelplus Engine Treatment has on metals. This test led to two important conclusions:

• Compared to ordinary oil, the Engine Treatment dramatically extends the life of the metal (+60-80 %)

• The treatment coats the metal surfaces, causing the treated "dry" metal to outperform untreated "dry" metal

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Southwest Research Institute (Texas)

Tested Xcelplus Light Lubricant

• Coefficient of Friction (CoF) = 0.0223 (CoF Teflon = 0.04)

• No rust after 100 hours in salt water

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Detroit Allison (USA): Lab analysis

A division of General Motors Corporation, tested the Engine Treatment and stated that Xcelplus:

"...is an all organic material which does not lend itself to laboratory-type analysis.”

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MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets)

Engine treatment (pdf)
Grease (pdf)
Upper Cylinder (2-stroke) Lubricant (pdf)
Lubricant (a light lubricating liquid) (pdf)