Private fleets, for-hire carriers and owner-operators can survive and remain profitable if they can safely and dramatically extend their oil change intervals. Consistency and controlling costs are imperative, which means minimum downtime and maximum uptime for your trucks. Using the puraDYN system can maximize engine life and keep rigs running trouble-free. Consequently, maintenance is often done on the road. This creates unnecessary stops costing $150 to $300 per oil change. The total cost of en route preventive maintenance services can be even higher when you compute driver trip delay and late deliveries. What if you could clean your oil instead of changing it? Technology from puraDYN will keep engine oil constantly clean while in operation, dramatically extending the time between oil changes by thousands of miles. Simply put, if the oil is clean and additives are maintained, the oil does not need to be changed.
Safely extended oil drain intervals
Reduced frictional engine wear
Reduced new oil purchases up to 90%
Reduced oil-related maintenance costs up to 90%
Reduced vehicle downtime/improved productivity
Additive levels that remain well within acceptable limits
Better-maintained oil viscosity
Improved oil circulation
Decreased sludge and varnish deposits
Cooler running engines and/or equipment
Increased engine efficiency
Payback typically in less than one year
100% money-back guarantee if not satisfied within 6 months
Oil passes through the replaceable filter element where the TBN additives are maintained by the patented time-release additive package, while the long-strand cotton fibers trap solid particles down to below 1 micron and neutralize acid and removes sulfur compounds. In addition, DYN filter elements with their optional process for chemical grafting, CGP, can double the life of the replaceable filter element. The filtered oil then enters the DYN heated evaporation chamber where fuel and water are evaporated and immediately vented. After the dangerous contaminants are removed, the clean oil is gravity-fed back to the engine.