History of Boric Acid as a
Since World War II scientist at the Argonne National Laboratories, one of the largest science centers in the world employing over 30,000
scientists, have known the potential of Boric Acid as a superior solid surface boundary lubricant. However, not until the late 80's, with the help of super computers, was Boric Acid successfully developed and bonded to metal alloy by Dr. Ali Erdemir.
Using a patented process hydrated Boron molecules are milled to under 1 micron (100X smaller than bacteria) and suspended in oil until forming a Boric Oxide coating on any metal surface. This technology has given birth to a new generation of super lubricants and is a major breakthrough in lubrication protection since the Boric Oxide forms platelets which are
self-replenishing and very durable at 85% the hardness of a
diamond. Now the coated metal surfaces can slide over these platelets that have a surface
friction coefficient of under 0.01%.
This results in an 80% reduction in surface friction. NO synthetic oil on the market including all oil additives can compare to the