How it works

How Our STOP LEAK Additives Work

It starts as a small leak but sooner or later it becomes a major leak. Imagine a simple additive that’ll stop the leak in short time without requiring a repair crew or spare parts.


The usual way of dealing with a leak is to have barrels standing by to constantly refill while capturing lost oil in buckets. However, ABCON’s Stop Leak additives can stop the leaks in a short while in hydraulic systems.

Cause of Leaks


There are several causes of leak such as wear and tear, dust and dirt can get into the oil and make it more acidic, vibrations from the machinery, and heat.

The ABCON® Way – SL (Stop Leak) Additives


By adding ABCON SL additives to the existing oil the teflon particles will eventually pass the leaking area.


Our specifically designed teflon particles form a barrier in the gap between the rubber seal and rod surface. This strongly reduces the leak or stops it. (See image above) We recommend that small leaks are dealt with once they are discovered.


All our products are delivered as a concentrated paste which results in a lower product price, lower transportation prices and it makes it easy to handle. A pictured guide as well as a video is available to show how to use our products.


No repair crew

No special training or education is required as it can be handled by whoever oversees the machinery.


How Our Maintenance+ Additives Work

Our + additives are teflon based wear reducing additives. We have designed a product that improves the capability of hydraulic oil, under all operating conditions.


Teflon is known as the material that provide the lowest friction, and it is also an extremely durable material which is why ABCON developed the well-known teflon based INDUSTRIAL products.


Reynolds Law Applies

ABCON AS manufactures teflon based lube oil additives for the industry. ABCON INDUSTRIAL+ products, as they are called, are designed to reduce operating expenses of equipment by decreased wear and tear and reduced friction.


Ref. Pounder’s Marine Diesel Engines and Gas page 122: A typical surface finish for the cylinder liner of a modern engine in service is around 0.5 μ, while the oil film thickness of three times this value (1.5 μ) - required to prevent asperity contact - may not be established until some distance down the stroke from top dead center. The conditions for adhesive wear are therefore present at around top dead center.


What Does ABCON Teflon Particles Do?

Above is a micro surface picture that illustrates what happens. Experiments have proven that after using ABCON INDUSTRIAL+ there is less metal contact even at lower velocity. Wear metals found in used oil show the degree of non-performance. Oil analysis show that ABCON additives have been proven to reduce the wear metals by 50% and more (click below to read more about test).


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