Cerma Treatments or Cerma Oils
All Cerma products come in both Treatment and Fluid Form
Why? Cerma Treatments do the initial cleaning work and treat the metal using Cerma's SiC technology. After treatment, following up with Cerma motor oils/fluids will ensure a maximum benifit for your equipment, as well as your wallet.
Cerma Treatments act quickly to restore, clean, lubricate and protect by using the present oil/fluid as a carrier. The chemicals within your existing oil to activate the Cerma protection and de-sludging effect. All treatments are designed to release into the system over time (see specific instructions for drive times on each treatment). During this timed release, Cerma Treatments will restore, clean, lubricate and protect by treating all the metal parts within the system as well as preventing further deposits from forming, and degrading performance.
All Cerma Treatments are “One Time” treatments, meaning if you start to restore your vehicle’s performance utilizing a Cerma Treatment, and you keep your vehicle in peak operating performance, you will unlikely need to re-treat any system. In some cases, i.e. extreme driving conditions and/or mileage exceeding 100,000 miles, you may benefit from a maintenance dose, please call Cerma support for your specific case.
In ALL cases, you will benefit from switching to Cerma Motor Oils/Fluids. The BEST way to MAINTAIN peak operating performance after treating your vehicle with a Cerma Treatment:
Cerma Engine Treatment THEN Cerma Motor Oil
Cerma Automatic Transmission Treatment THEN Cerma Transmission Fluid
Cerma Manual Transmission Treatment THEN Cerma Gear Oil
Cerma Power Steering Treatment THEN Cerma Power Steering Fluid
Cerma Hydraulic Treatment THEN Cerma Hydraulic Oil
Always feel free to contact Cerma at any time for any specific case or need.