The products are blended with ProTec's anti-friction metal treatment, which reduces friction between moving metal parts.
What does AFM stand for?
AFM stands for Anti-Friction Metal
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Bruce Wunner, chairman and CEO of NewGen Technologies, stated, "This agreement will give NewGen access to proprietary lubricants that greatly improve the performance of engines, equipment, and machinery by utilizing an Anti-Friction Metal Treatment (AFMT) formula which bonds to metal surfaces, resulting in reduced friction and heat while enhancing operating efficiency.
ProTec has added its Anti-Friction Metal Treatment to GUNgrease for additional lubrication and anti-corrosion protection.
BAT International is organized as a holding company with major ownership position in a set of subsidiary companies now commercializing advanced automotive and energy technology products developed by BAT over the last six years, including SuperBAT's anti-friction metal treatment.
The formulation of Prolong Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer includes Prolong's patented anti-friction metal treatment (AFMT(TM)) technology and the compliment of additives found in premium motor oils, which sets this product apart from the other well-known competitors.
All Pro Tec's gun-care products contain Anti-Friction Metal Treatment, a proprietary metal treatment that reduces friction between two or more moving metal parts.
The "TVT Race Team" was created to publicly demonstrate TVT Anti-Friction Metal Treatment & Dolphin Pulse Charge technology (see press release 11/30/98).
US OTC: GSPI), under its lubricant division 75% owned by GSPI, has secured another substantial order for the rapidly expanding Chinese market of its Anti-Friction Metal Treatment Lubricant Additive.