Clean, Restore, Lubricate, and Protect with Cerma STM-3
Cerma STM-3 takes a four-pronged approach to enhance vehicle performance by increasing engine performance. The effectiveness of lubrication plays a crucial role in engine performance. The better the lubrication, the better an engine can perform to its full potential. Cerma STM-3 increases engine lubrication in the following areas:
  1. CLEAN: Remove engine dirt
  2. RESTORE: Restore engine to peak performance
  3. LUBRICATE: Increase the lubrication of the entire engine
  4. PROTECT: The world's only self-cleaning engine catalyst
Clean: Carbon deposits, lacquer build-up, and dirt accumulation can decrease engine efficiency and performance by forming an insulating layer on the engine walls when oil circulates throughout the engine. Dirt accumulation is caused by too much engine oil getting into the combustion chamber, usually from inefficient valve stem seals, valve guides, or piston rings. Cerma STM-3 works as an emulsification agent to clean the walls inside the engine by removing accumulated carbon and lacquer, pooling it into the engine oil, which can be removed during the next oil change.
Restore: Cerma STM-3 reconditions worn seals and re-seats piston rings to restore the engine to peak operational performance. It also increases oil pressure and reduces blow-by and oil consumption that may have deteriorated over the engine's life.
Lubricate: Proper lubrication is essential for the engine to run at peak performance. Oil flows through the entire system, and Cerma STM-3 delivers greater lubricity to the engine, allowing the oil to flow freely. Additionally, Cerma STM-3's increased lubricity allows the motor to run cooler, thus increasing the engine's lifespan, reducing maintenance costs, and extending the engine's life.
Protect: The proprietary Cerma STM-3 formulation is made up of nano-molecules forming a thin micron coating inside the entire engine. This coating continuously moves the motor oil through the system and prevents carbon, lacquer, or dirt from adhering to the engine walls. This produces a self-cleaning system without dirt, running at maximum performance with maximum lubrication efficiency.