Wednesday, July 22, 2015

DWG Polyguard-1 Engine Oil treatment


PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment Discussed

DWG International’s entire product line has received recognition in the industry as a line of products that “do” what they say they’ll “do.” Every one of them in the car care line not only do a better job of cleaning and restoring the surface they’re used on, each one of them protects the surface too. Very few products in the market today can do both, making our entire line-up unique and each product one of a kind.

With the price of the average car or truck nearly doubling in the last decade most people are financing their purchase for 5, 6, and now even 7 years. Some even take out a second mortgage on their home in order just to buy a set of wheels. It’s no wonder people are falling in love with our products…they need them to help their vehicle look “good” and last longer.

One product in DWG’s quiver of products can play a major role in helping distributors and their customers protect their 5 figure investment. It is DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment.

PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment, with its exclusive formula, is a highly concentrated oil treatment that helps improve and fortify the lubricants of today. “This cutting-edge technology, found only inPolyGuard-1  Oil Treatment, does essentially for the inside of an engine what DRI WASH 'n GUARD® does for the vehicle’s painted surface. It provides superior protection,” explains DWG’s Founder, Rod Yanke. ”It is compatible with both mineral based and synthetic oils and when added to your oil it blends completely boosting your oils performance and ability.   

With PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment it’s not necessary to change your oil before using it. Just add an 8oz bottle to your crankcase. Then when your vehicle is due for an oil change, add a bottle to the new oil. This is unlike regular oil treatments where you have to drain a quart of oil to add a quart of additive. Because PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment is a super concentrate in just an 8 oz bottle; it can be added to a full crankcase. Should you have a larger crankcase requiring more then 4 or 5 quarts of motor oil be sure to add enough PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment to maintain a minimum 1oz to 1 quart of oil ratio.  

PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment will be even more valuable in the northern parts of the U.S. and Canada during winter months when severe weather can cause significant damage to a combustion engineWith PolyGuard-1’s “Friction Modifier Technology” feature, you can virtually eliminate dry-starts in cold weather conditions. Dry-starts, even in warm climates, can occur within 8 minutes of turning your engine off. Untreated oil can drain from the insides of your engine and cylinder walls running back into the oil pan causing a dry-start. A dry-start condition is where nearly 80% of your engines normal wear comes from. So by preventing a dry-start you can extend the life of your engine significantly.

This amazing product even provides a 30-second demonstration. Put a bottle in the engine and within 30 seconds you will hear the engine smooth and or quiet down. It is an incredible product! So now, while you’re making the outside of the vehicle look good, you can do something good for the engine too. DWG’s PolyGuard-1™ Oil Treatment will reduce wear, causing the engine to run cooler and will boost efficiency and power in anything from a classic Model A to the family’s Mini Van, from a nitrous blown dragster to a farm tractor.


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ACTUAL USER TESTIMONIES
 
K.W., California  
Living in Southern CA. with all the stop and go traffic it's real important that you use an oil treatment. I have been using DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment for almost 10 years in all of our cars. With the cost of gas being so high, it's important to me to get the best fuel economy that I can and I have always noticed improved mileage in every vehicle with PolyGuard-1 in the engine.

In late December of 2003 I had to take a quick trip to Las Vegas. I needed an Oil Change before I left so I stopped at one of the fast oil change places here in Cypress. I was about 150 miles from home when the oil light came on. I stopped and checked the oil level and found that I had no oil in the engine. The oil filter wasn't on tight and all the oil leaked out. I tightened up the filter and put a bottle of the Oil Treatment in the crankshaft and drove to the next gas station. They added 3 quarts of oil and I finished my trip to Las Vegas and back home with no damage to the engine. I now get free Oil Changes for the next year.

Thanks to DWG's PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment it protected my engine from the fast oil change place. Today my car runs fine and I owe it all to DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment 




F.M., Illinois 
Since applying a bottle of PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment to my engine I’ve experienced an 8% increase in fuel efficiency. Being a numbers guy I quickly did the math and it’s saving me around $2 per fill-up. I change my oil every 3,000 miles so when I calculate the fuel savings and driving those miles I save about $22 per oil change. That savings more than covers the cost of the treatment. Basically the product more than pays for itself so I guess you could say I get all the engine protection I need for free! Or the more you drive, the more you'd save. 

A.W., Texas  
I’ve been using DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment ever since I’ve owned my current car. I use my car in my business and I’ll admit that I often drive it harder than I should. I now have 160,000 miles on it and it still starts and runs just like when it was new. And if that’s not impressive enough, I’ve actually ran it out of oil 3 times due to a leak I wasn’t aware of and I believe the only reason why it’s still running today is because I always added PolyGuard-1 each time I changed my oil. With the price of cars today DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment has saved me a lot of money. Thanks DWG.  

S.V., New York  
My family’s mini van now has over 200,000 miles on it and I owe it all to DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment. My wife and I bought it new and I’m proud to say we’ve added the product to the engine at every oil change. Because of the oil treatment I get an extra 60 miles per tank compared to a business associate that drives the same van. With the price of gasoline the product pays me to use it.

Today it still runs like it’s brand new. I’ve really enjoyed the peace of mind that using the product has given me. Even in the sub-zero temperatures it starts easy and never labors. The engine runs so quiet that I often have to check to see if it’s still running.
 



Protect your investment

Before you read this article I want to point out that contrary to popular belief the “Big-3” auto manufacturers do believe in oil additives. Each one of them has an oil additive manufactured for them and private labeled with their name on it. One uses a graphite based additive another uses a sulfur based product. You’ll find it on the shelves in their parts departments. I understand why you might be surprised by that bit of news, we’ve never heard them promoting it have we? Heaven forbid that we should extend the life of the equipment they manufacture and sell. Have you ever looked at the corporate year end reports of these companies? If you do you will notice that their income source in replacement parts is nearly double that of their new car sales income? Interesting? Why do you think that car parts don’t seem to last as long? Some suggest that it’s by design.
 Because oil technology has made great strides in recent years, the thought that motor oils of today are capable of protecting engine parts and extending engine life better than ever before is understandable. Keep in mind though that the design of today’s motor oils is still dictated by the manufacturers of today’s engines. The oil designer follows a strict set of guidelines set forth by the engine manufacturer just as it has been done for decades.
 
They follow those guidelines so that they can place a label on the can that says; “meets manufacturer’s minimum requirements.” It was recently pointed out to me that the engine manufacturer’s minimum requirements haven’t changed since 1957. I found that odd knowing that the minimum demands we place on our engines today is significantly greater then the minimum demands of the fifties.            

Did you see that it’s based on the “minimum requirements?” Remember that the next time you buy a quart of store brand oil…it was also made by the company with the lowest bid.

It's no secret that an engine contains hundreds of moving parts that must be kept separate from each other by a film of oil. Whenever two parts slide or rotate, the resulting metal to metal contact can produce severe and unnecessary wear. An important function of motor oil is to establish a film of oil thick enough and strong enough to prevent metal-to-metal contact. The more oil can accomplish this the longer a piece of equipment can last.

A second important function of motor oil is to reduce friction. Friction results from the resistance of engine parts to movement against each other. To experience that right now place the palms of your hands together and rub them against each other quickly for 10 seconds. You will feel an immediate increase in palm temperature. Can you imagine how quickly the moving parts in your engine would heat up and fuse together if you didn’t have good lubrication?

Motor oils are required to do more than provide a lubricating film and reduce friction. A third important function is to act as a coolant and help remove the heat generated by the engine. The engines heat again comes from friction produced by closely fitted engine parts such as connecting rods and main bearings, camshafts, and piston rings. Though most people think that the radiator fluid is responsible for cooling the engine it actually only handles about 60% of that task. The engines oil handles the other 40%. This presents a good case for always keeping your oil at the correct level as specified by the manufacturer.

The ease of starting an engine depends not only on the condition of the battery and ignition, proper fuel volatility, and fuel to air ratio but also on the flow properties of the motor oil. If the oil is too viscous or heavy or thick at starting, it will impose enough drag on the moving parts that the engine cannot be cranked fast enough to start promptly and keep running. All of our friends in the northern parts, where temperatures drop each year, have most likely experienced this from time to time. That’s why they make sure they change their engine oil to a lower viscosity before the temperatures drop. Viscosity is a measure of the oil’s resistance to flow. A lower viscosity such as a single-grade 5W can flow easier in cold temperatures than a single-grade 40W. But then once the engine finally warms up to operating temperatures the 5W is not enough protection and now your engine needs 40W. Therefore engineers designed a multi-grade blend that could function in conditions as extreme as that. You’ve seen them as 5W-20, 5W-30, 5W-40, 10W-30, and 10W-40 and so on. Here in the southern part of the US  where temperatures can be extreme on the other end of the scale you’ll find many owners using 20W-50. Be sure and always consult your owners’ manual for the recommended blend.  But then again perhaps you should make a more intelligent decision and determine what's best for your engine.

With all of the internal parts of an engine being constructed basically of metal components, motor oils are blended with other additives that help to neutralize the foreign by-products that can occur in the crankcase. Fuel that blows by the rings, moisture that never evaporates because the engine wasn't operated long enough at normal operating temperatures, and there are many more. Those by-products can be corrosive to the internal metal parts so motor oil has a blend of additives that can help resist rust and corrosion. It just seems that no one can tell you how long it can actually resist the elements.

The efficient operation of an engine depends on the motor oil to do the following:

Permit easy starting.
Lubricate engine parts and prevent wear.
Reduce friction.
Protect against rust and corrosion.
Keep engine parts clean.
Cool engine parts.
Seal combustion pressures.
Prevent foaming.
Aid in fuel economy.   

DWG’s PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment is a unique oil treatment specifically formulated to blend with today's lubricants

General Description:

PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment with its exclusive formula is a highly concentrated and balanced oil treatment package that helps improve and fortify the lubricants ability to perform. “This cutting-edge technology, found only in PolyGuard-1™ Oil Treatment, is exclusive to DWG International™ and its Distributor base. It provides superior protection and is compatible with good quality mineral based and synthetic oils. When added to your oil it blends completely boosting your oils performance and ability. Listed are some of the ways that PolyGuard-1works.

Primary Benefits of PolyGuard-1:

  • Reduces internal wear and extends engine life.
  • Virtually eliminates dry start-ups with even in sub-zero conditions.
  • Helps prevent sludge and varnish formation with a powerful dispersant that cleans and suspends sludge and varnish allowing the filter to remove it.
  • Lowers operating temperatures by reducing friction in high load areas.
  • Boosts performance by providing an improved seal around the ring zone area, improving combustion efficiency.
  • Reduces power consumption while improving fuel efficiency.
  • Improves filtration efficiency; by reducing the large wear particles, the efficiency of the oil filter is improved.
  • Inhibits rust and corrosion longer in the oil change cycle.

Product Application and Availability:

PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment is intended for use in internal combustion engine crankcases at a minimum ratio of 1 ounce per quart of oil volume and is to be applied each time the oil is changed.  PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment is packaged in the size it is so that you can pour the entire bottle into most crankcases today without under treating. It is also suitable for use in automatic transmissions at an application rate of 1ounce per every 3 quarts of automatic transmission fluid. It is also suitable for manual transmissions, differentials, and hydraulic fluids at a ratio of 1½ ounces per every quart of oil. And in wet clutch applications found in many motorcycles use at a rate of ½ ounce per every quart of oil. PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment is compatible with mineral based and synthetic oils. At the recommended application rates, it will not affect engine oil viscosity ratings or typical engine seal materials.

Utilizing our exclusive Friction Modifier Technology, PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment works when mixed with conventional oils to form a wear reducing protective film which is capable of withstanding extreme pressures. PolyGuard-1 provides critical engine parts, such as the ring zone, cam lobes, main and rod journals, and turbochargers, with lubrication protection that far exceeds that of conventional oils. PolyGuard-1 is a carefully balanced, complete treatment package which contains anti-wear and extreme pressure additives, detergent/dispersants, viscosity index improvers, corrosion inhibitors and acid neutralizers. In independent oil analysis PolyGuard-1 significantly reduced the amount of wear generated when engine oil was used. Calculated estimates based on wear reduction (up to 70% reduction in wear particle count) suggests that the use of PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment can extend the service life of your engine.

Permits Easy Starting

Dry starts can occur in an engine within 8 minutes of it being turned off with untreated oil. When that same oil is treated with PolyGuard-1 Oil Treatment, utilizing our nanotechnology ingredients, fortifies the oil with a molecular structure that causes it to adhere to the metal surfaces until wiped off therefore virtually eliminating the chance of ever having a cold or dry-start again. This Friction Modifier Technology is beneficial in preventing dry-starts in your everyday driver as well as to prevent dry start on the family's lawn mower when you start it back up in the spring. PolyGuard-1's anti-corrosive and anti-rust properties can also help to extend your stored equipment's serviceable life.  

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