Schaeffler (UK) and Liqui Moly combine on Chain Protect

Published:  06 March, 2018

Schaeffler (UK) has teamed up with Liqui Moly to offer  Chain Protect, an additive which helps ensure the longevity of the timing chain and its associated components. The crucial element of any timing chain replacement is the ‘breaking-in’ phase, when the new chain beds itself in to the old engine system. Using Chain Protect can help ease wear during this phase by up to 20%. During the installation of an INA timing chain KIT, a technician should apply Chain Protect to the timing chain and associated components. This helps create a robust layer on all point of contact surfaces, resulting in smoother chain function and reduced friction.
www.repxpert.co.uk

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