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  • Nyheter om QMI PTFE motorbehandling
    spørsmål var Hvis det er så godt som hevdet hvorfor kommer ikke bilfabrikantene med PTFE i motorene I dag 9 år senere kan vi svare bekreftende på begge spørsmålene Quaker State Oil Company og Valvoline begynte å selge PTFE produkter bare ca 5 måneder etter selv ha skrevet i interne notater at QMI ikke bare var unødvendig men kunne også være skadelig for bilmotorer Ifølge vår QMI representant i Japan M Murase som selger QMI til Mazda Motors med original delenummer har Mazda Motors reddet Wankelmotoren ved bruken av Teflon PTFE Denne PTFE teknologien som Mazda Motors utviklet i forbindelse med Wankelmotoren har hittil blitt solgt til følgende bilfirmaer for bruk i de mest eksklusive modellene BMW V12 og Toyota Lexus V8 motorer GM bruker teflon i turbo chargere I raserbilklassen Modified Series Daytona i USA ble det foretatt en undersøkelse blant sjåførene om hvilke produkter de brukte i sine biler og QMI kom på første plassen på to områder når det gjaldt tilsetninger Motortilsetninger Girbehandlinger QMI 19 QMI 36 STP 7 VALVOLINE 11 ROYAL PURPLE 6 AMSOIL 7 DURA LUBE 2 KENDALL 7 GOLD EAGLE 2 MOBIL 7 MORREY S 2 DURA LUBE 4 SLICK 50 2 PENNZOIL 4

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/nyheter_om_qmi_ptfe_motorbehandl.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Racing Legends are using QMI
    oil tank and the oil pump so that the oil wouldn t gravity feed into the oil pan between engine starts The night before the Hill Climb the engine was started with the ball valve accidentally in the closed position It was warmed up at between 3000 RPM and 5000 RPM for 4 to 5 minutes I walked up to the car and saw the oil valve in the closed position and shut the engine off We were terrified because we had to race the next morning and the engine was running flawlessly We let the engine sit for a minute hand primed the oil system to get oil pressure then restarted the engine The engine sounded great The oil pressure was still 65 lbs Robby drove the car under hard acceleration brought it back to the shop I removed the oil filter cut it apart and it was clean Robby raced the Pikes Peak Hill Climb the following day and won The bearings in the engine were still good QMI saved us 18 000 and let Robby Unser have another Pikes Peak victory Tom J Edwards Edwards Engines Inc I use PTFE in my own trucks and recommend QMI lubricants to my customers In addition to fuel savings the most dramatic benefit is in temperature reduction Heat caused by friction is the number one problem in maintenance cost and QMI s engine treatment and gear treatment reduces temperatures drastically in engines transmissions and rear ends One example of temperature reduction was in a RTO 14 613 transmission After treating the transmission the temperature dropped by 75 degrees In Cummings and Cat rear ends and transmissions we have seen 40 to 60 degree drops in temperatures My personal use of QMI has resulted in fuel savings of 3 4 to

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/racing_legends.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • How to Flush Gearboxes and Beari
    Organic solvents tend to be blends of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons and dissolve soil as opposed to emulsifying soil These materials may be warranted if evidence of heavy carbonaceous residue exists Chemical cleaning The use of chemicals that can dissolve inorganic components Chemical cleaning may incorporate the use of aqueous alkali or acid solutions to accomplish the desired result Regardless of the flushing compound fluid selected unless it is identical to the lubricant used following the flush it is important that all of the flushing fluid be removed from the sump prior to final fill Some petroleum solvents with a concentration of five percent can create an appreciable thinning effect on the lubricant viscosity Factors for Effective Flushing Fluid Properties Fluid solubility and hygroscopic characteristics influence removal efficiency of water air and chemical contaminants Most oil companies supply special flushing fluids rust inhibited oils with good solvency power that demonstrate the following desirable properties compatible with system components and lubricating fluid noncorrosive to machine components low viscosity lower than the lubricating oil used in the system high density to suspend particles low surface tension to eliminate air high solvency hygroscopicity for water removal nonflammable economical reclaimable Fluid Turbulence To remove particles the flushing process depends on the lift forces drag forces and the depth of the laminar sublayer in the stagnant fluid next to the conduit wall As seen in Figure 1 turbulence can have a significant influence on loosely attached solid debris lingering in crevices or in the sidewall perimeter low flow area Turbulence in the system shortens the time and improves the quality of the flushing activity To properly achieve particle removal the fluid must be turbulent The indexless Reynolds number measures turbulence In general a number greater than 4 000 represents turbulent flow and a number less than 2 000 represents laminar flow Hydraulic and circulation system designers strive to create laminar flow conditions For gearbox and bearing housings fed with a central system turbulence is necessary For stand alone housings the effect of turbulence and the ability to direct the force of the fluid facilitates movement of soil Figure 2 The Reynolds number can be calculated by Nr 3160 GPM CS D Where GPM flushing fluid flow rate in gallons per minute CS flushing fluid viscosity centistokes at 40 C D pipe tube inside diameter inches There is some risk associated with the high velocity flush Circulation of a fluid at high velocity with particulate contaminants can damage sensitive components pumps heat exchangers and valves Also such high pressures and flow can affect system filters It is necessary to bypass flow or contaminant sensitive components Filter housings can be left in place if filter elements are removed Components that restrict the flow rate and thereby increase the pressure drop should be isolated from the flushing circuit and cleaned individually Flushing Equipment The flushing equipment required depends on the size location and installed devices on the machinery A mobile filtration unit is helpful if the pumps are

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/gearflush.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • motorsykkelprodukter
    det beskytter din motorsykkel på den aller beste måten både utenfor og innenfor PRØV DET DU OGSÅ Moto Glide Et topp produkt m PTFE som beskytter friksjonspunktene i motoren mot slitasje og varme gang Moto Flow Et effek tivt produkt

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/fullthrottle/products.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • www.fullthrottlerider.com
    Også hos QMI i Florida liker de ansatte å kjøre motorsykkel

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/fullthrottle/ria.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • www.fullthrottlerider.com
    in Tampa FL Don t Miss These Major 05 Events May 28 th Tampa FL It Takes 2 Freestyle Stunt Show at the Florida State Fairgrounds June 25 26 th Beaver Run Raceway PA Cycle Circus July 15 17 th Pittsburgh PA Thunder in the Burgh Downtown traffic is actually shut down for this event 23 Great Lakes Dragway Chicago IL Stuntlife com show August 20 21 st NY Stuntrageous

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/fullthrottle/nextstop.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • og salg til motorsykkelfolket Skape et område hvor nyutvikling og kundeservice gir grunnlaget for vekst og stadig flere fornøyde kunder Fremtidsvyer At våre kunder blir så fornøyde at de snakker til andre om sine egne resultater etter bruken av QMI Da vil de spre reklamen videre slik at stadig flere vil lære om QMI s fortreffelighet Ønske At vi kan nå våre mål og vyer Vi utvider og øker vår

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/fullthrottle/getintouch.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • From
    nadakh pair com Sent Thursday April 24 2003 9 02 AM To Rau Fred Cc Dale Eskimo North Subject Re PTFE snakeoil Fred I ve removed the article from the site as well as all links pointing to it Thanks for your fine writing in MCN I ve been reading it off an on for the last few years Dale Dale and whomever else it may concern It has been brought to may attention that your unofficial bmw web site contains random excerpts from an article which I wrote in early 1991 for Road Rider magazine called Snake Oil On the site it says if anyone knows the author to let you know Well I am the author and I retain all legal rights to the article and I officially request that you remove this material immediately from any and all internet web sites bulletin boards etc The problem is first of all that only parts of the original article are used out of context which can be very misleading In addition the data used in the article is now nearly 15 years old and seriously outdated For these reasons plus the fact that my publishing house does not allow

    Original URL path: http://www.qmi.no/Rau%27s%20artikkel.htm (2016-02-10)
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