Often asked: How Does Camguard For Aviation Differ From Camguard For Cars?

Can I use CamGuard in my car?

CamGuard Automotive contains seal conditioners that nullify the effects of heat and time to keep seals supple, flexible, and performing like new. CamGuard Automotive is safe for use in all passenger car gasoline engines and will not affect modern emission systems.

How much does it cost to add CamGuard?

My recommendation is to use either Aeroshell W100 single-grade or Phillips X/C 20W-50 multigrade and to add at least 5% ASL Camguard (1 pint per 10 quarts) at each oil change.

Should I use CamGuard?

CamGuard is a prevention product; it reduces wear, corrosion, deposits and seal degradation. Regular oil analysis typically demonstrates a trend of reduced iron levels when using CamGuard. Iron levels are reduced due to both rust inhibition and wear protection.

What is Avblend?

The only product of its kind, AVBLEND is a unique “micro”-lubricant. AVBLEND penetrates, cleans, lubricates and protects aircraft piston engines from the inside out. AVBLEND uses your aircraft’s engine oil as a carrying agent to reach metal working surfaces inside your engine.

What does Cam guard do?

Camguard is a synergistic blend of advanced oil additives from all over the world, designed to reduce wear, curb deposit formation and more importantly protect engines against rust and corrosion. Camguard is compatible with piston aircraft oils, passenger car motor oils, most marine oils, and heavy-duty diesel oils.

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What are the six functions of lubricating oil?

There are 6 Basic Functions of a Lubricant / Oil.

  • Lubrication – Provide a film between moving parts.
  • Cooling – Heat transfer media.
  • Sealing – Filling in uneven surfaces.
  • Cleaning – Holding contaminants in suspension.
  • Dampening & Cushioning – Of components under high stress.
  • Protection – From oxidation & corrosion.

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