ATOMIUM IS AN AUTOMOTIVE CHEMISTRY PRODUCT OF NATURAL ORIGIN.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ATOMIUM TRIBOTECHNICAL COMPOUNDS AND REGULAR ENGINE OIL ADDITIVES

ATOMIUM Lubricants:

  • Provide an effect of restoring of the friction surfaces (the formation of the protective layer of 15 microns thickness) and the effect of geometry optimizing of the friction surfaces.
  • The protective layers provide high oil-retaining ability - the protective layer keeps the oil on the surface much stronger than the usual surface that shifts the friction mode to semifluid friction or hydrodynamic friction (work oil wedge).
  • Provide an aftereffect - the ability to maintain friction parameters even after the oil change as the protective layer is not completely worn out. The rate of layer wear at the absence of ATOMIUM ™ in the node is 1.5 - 3 times lower than the wear rate of the parent metal (depending on the mode of node assembly, abrasive and corrosion wear).
  • Chemically neutral to all substances included in the package of additives and lubricants that ensures the safety of use in all units and mechanisms (in compliance with instructions for use).

ATOMIUM usage areas divided into two groups:

  • Cars, passenger transport, heavy vehicles and special technics;
  • Application in industry.

The first area includes all types of passenger and cargo transport, heavy construction vehicles, all special technics. ATOMIUM is applied in the following nodes and mechanisms:

  • Internal combustion engines of all types and sizes, diesel generators;
  • Rolling and sliding bearings, constant velocity joints;
  • AGSB and MGSB transmissions and reducers;
  • High pressure fuel pumps (HPFP);
  • Hydraulic nodes and hydraulic power steering.

ATOMIUM application in heavy industry includes:

  • All types of transport used in production;
  • Heavy and special equipment;
  • Heavy diesel engines (incl. rail and maritime transport), diesel generators;
  • Machinery equipment;
  • Piston and screw compressors;
  • Gears, multipliers, reducers;
  • bearings, sliding bearings;
  • Hydraulic systems, lifts, presses, actuators, manipulators;
  • Transfer guides and other mechanisms greased with plastic lubricants.