A empresa deveria ser a principal interessada em fazer um teste de ambiente controlado, com motores em condições idênticas (0 kms), funcionando numa rotação idêntica, por um período de tempo idêntico, com combustível idêntico, na mesma mesa, um motor do lado do outro, num filme sem cortes, para buscar credibilidade maior de seus clientes.
O site americano é mal feito e não condiz com um produto "tão revolucionário" que está a tantos anos no mercado...http://www.militec-1.com/
Se tiver paciência para ler, segue relatório oficial do governo americano sobre o uso militar do militec:http://www.gao.gov/assets/100/96234.html
In May 1992, after examining the results of previous tests and
evaluations and consultations with industry, the Naval Sea Systems
Command declined to sponsor NSNs for MILITEC-1 as a lubricant additive.
In addition, in June 1992 the Naval Sea Systems Command issued a Fleet
Advisory to "stop adding MILITEC-1 to all lubricating oils" and to
"dispose of any unused stock of MILITEC-1" in part because the product
contains chlorine and the Navy's policy to ban the use of lubricant
additives that contain chlorine.
Nevertheless, in July 1994, the Naval Research Lab tested and evaluated
MILITEC-1 for possible use as a lubricant additive on shipboard
machinery. This test and evaluation found that MILITEC-1 contained
chlorine and when combined with machinery manufacturer's oils would
result in damage to bearings and other machine components. DOD
officials stated that this was corrosion-related damage. DOD officials
told us they do not know why the Navy conducted this test and
evaluation, given the aforementioned prohibition against lubricants
Even though MILITEC-1 has not passed numerous military tests, Militec,
Inc., continues to market it for use as a small arms lubricant to DOD,
and it asserts that the current product specification is flawed and
that MILITEC-1 prevents weapons from jamming. The Army has extended to
Militec, Inc., the opportunity either to demonstrate how its product
has been modified to conform to the current military specification for
a small arms lubricant or indicate why the specification should be
modified. According to DOD officials, Militec, Inc., has not done so.
Militec, Inc., officials told us that they agree that their product has
never met the military specification, but they asserted that the
specification is not relevant to the current desert environment in
which the product is intended to function--an assertion which, they
note, is supported by the numerous laudatory testimonials they have
received from deployed servicemembers. Militec, Inc., officials
asserted that these servicemembers used the product as a lubricant on a
variety of small arms.