TRUCK SHIELD™ is the ultimate protection for the moving metal parts for trucks. Utilizing the Advanced Boundary Film (ABF) Technology, it protects moving metal parts from wear and damage due to boundary conditions of frictional abrasion and extreme pressure. Other benefits are increased fuel savings, increased performance, reduced maintenance costs and downtime due to lowering operating temperatures that extends component life from light trucks to heavy trucks and equipment.
Truck Shield Fuel Efficiency Chart $119 99 per gallon
SWRI Four-Ball Weld Test Truck Shield
Directions of Usage
Diesel and Gasoline Engines: Add 2 oz. per quart of oil initially; 1 – 2 oz. per quart of oil every oil change.
Automatic Transmissions: Add 1 oz. per quart automatic transmission fluid
Manual Transmissions & Differentials: Add 2 oz. per quart of gear lube/fluid.
Hydraulics: Add 1 oz. per quart of fluid.
Power Steering: Add 1 oz. per quart of fluid.
Contains synthetic hydrocarbons and advanced chemical additive technology. Non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
If your vehicle is still under warranty, you can use Steel Shield products! The Federal Trade Commission clearly states your warranty is protected by the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
The newer 0-20W, 0-40W Engine Oils
In this day and age of the “Green” movement and environmental culture we see a continued effort to replace our existing oils with oils that contain or consist of Polyolester synthetic chemistries. Recently it has come to our attention that the newer ”zero” weight oils are growing in popularity primarily by the environmental faction of the industry and population. It is also common for these oils to be a fully synthetic polyolester fluid having the same characteristics as other esters and glycols. These oils have little to no compatibility with our products such as ”Engine Shield” or “EPAW Shield” and should be avoided in blending or using together. Because of the extreme chemical differences between our Synthetic Hydrocarbon base stock (SHC) which is very “non-polar” and the Polyolester synthetic oil (POE), which is very “polar”, will not blend properly nor will the POE allow our products to address the metallic surfaces in the manner of which they normally do. A small improvement in friction reduction may be seen but it is not by any means the results that are achieved by using a conventional oil or SHC oil. Our recommendation would be to switch to compatible oil if the client or user would prefer to use the Steel Shield products. Otherwise, it is not recommended to use the Steel Shield products in these or any Polyolester/Polyglycol oils as it has always been.
George C. Fennell, L. E. Lubrication Engineer
President – Technical Division Steel Shield Technologies, Inc.