Customers comments

‘Last year I replaced a cracked head on my 1989 Hilux 2.8l diesel 4×4 ute. Even before the head went, with over 480,000km on the clock the motor had been losing power with poor compression in at least 2 of the cylinders.

One treatment with Certech Gel direct into the cylinders as we replaced the cylinder head improved performance considerably, with the motor running quieter and more smoothly. Another tube when we replaced the oil sometime later and the Hilux hasn’t looked back. I reckon its performance is up at least 15%, especially on the hills.’

Chris H

Yackandandah Vic

‘I used this on the engine of my vee twin Royal Enfield. the front piston was giving a little ‘tink tink’ on cold start, after using Certech that went away and it gained power.
I also used it in the clutch/primary drive which really didn’t have a problem but made it a little quieter and I will get a longer life from it.
the beauty of this stuff is unlike other oil additives which are usually just slippery and destroy clutches, Certech treats the metal [not the oil] and doesn’t effect the clutch bonded plates.’

Paul C
Bhilal, India

‘My Name is Ananta Bindu .. I am a yoga master so I have no interest in misleading anyone.

I am writng this testimonial in the interests of helping people who perhaps cannot afford to rebuild their engines or just cannot afford the downtime and the inconvenience of having their vehicle off the road.

Before I became a yogi I was a mechanic of some 35 years experience on all modes of transport and earth moving equipment including small engines. I bring a lifetime of experience to bear in the following testimony.

I first heard about nanotechnology around 25 years ago. At the time I remember thinking that this sounds good and left it at that. At some point, probably 20 years ago, I became an agent for another product called MBL concentrate, a product which coats bearing surfaces with a molybdenum compound at the 4 micron-level. I tested it thoroughly on a Timken friction break machine and found it exceeded all lubricants including all Nulon and Wynns products. It even exceeded camshaft assembly lube..

I took it around to all the council and many earth moving companies all over the Metro of Perth Western Australia… to the last no one was prepared to risk their multi-million dollar machines on this product.. even though it consistently produced a 15 to 22% saving in fuel costs and maintenance.

You have to understand that this was a new and not very well understood science at the time, around the early 1990’s.

Anyway I have used this product for a long long time; it is brilliant. Why am I talking about it ? Well Certech is the next gen of this product. Way back then I understood the molecular science behind MBL. So when my own engine started getting massive blow by ( I had MBL in it for about 300,000k) I looked around for a similar product.

This car is a 1985 model Nissan Navara, every thing on it had been rebuilt over 3 years from the ground up. The motor was done 1st – it is a Nissan Z24 -it was put in the car as a factory recon. long motor in 2007 and worked very, very hard its whole life.… so it has done a lot of miles. It has done half a million kms.. now.. maybe 600+ ( the odometer stopped working 2 years ago).

Just recently I decided to drive it to New South Wales from Perth

Anyway this engine is worse to get out than a Caterpillar D9 dozer engine It is a mechanics worst nightmare, so I began to panic because I am too tired, too old and don’t have the 4,000 dollars to pay someone to do it for me. Quite frankly it is a complete disaster for me.

So I looked on line and found Certech Gels. I was impressed and completely understand the use of magnesium in the formula. After I studied the hundreds of posts at the MGB forum and came away thinking it might be worth a go – what did I have to lose? The engine was shot.

I didn’t just go ahead and buy it though as I tried several mechanics tricks first. It had a bad big end knock (that is when a mechanic can hear the crankshaft bearings banging because they are worn out) and also going up these huge hills here it was throwing 2 litres of oil out the breather onto the road over the 3 mile climb up out of the valley. However, nothing worked.

So, I purchased the Certech Gels and put it in and within 120klms it halved the blowby. At the moment it’s done about 190 klms and last time I went up the hill it only blew out a quarter litre into the catch can I’ve devised to catch it and keep it off the road. That’s a 74% cure so far.

I believe that in the 2000klms specified it will completely stop it as every time I drive it, it gets better .. the knock has also nearly gone, the Certech is doing its thing!’

Ananta Bindu

Hartley Vale,

Blue Mountains  NSW


I can further report that there is a further 45% reduction in blowby as it only spits out 1/4 ltr as I go up a very steep, long hill  –  and now only under extreme load.

As I write this I have done about 100kms on the second injection after changing the oil … it does not spit out any oil at all on the open road but the 1\4 ltr is only up the massive hill… i also think that every time i go up the hill, the blow by or oil blown out is reduced by about 30 to 40ml into the catch can. This of course would be because the harder it works the more magnesium fires to bond the ceramic to the steel.


Generally the engine is running 96% better than it did but being a mechanic I am critical of EVERYTHING mechanical – most people may not even be able to tell that it is not 100%.

Ananta Bindu

I have a collection of vehicles including two vintage Rovers (a 1948 P3 & a 1955 P4)
as well as a 1981Triumph TR7 motorbike and a Holden Commodore.
I have used Certech Gels in all these vehicles, including the diff & gearbox of the Rovers with excellent results.
Before the treatment, the Rover P4 was low on compression and had an oily plug which improved after treatment. I’ve since had the head off the P4 and the bores looked like new- also the Triumph and the Commodore have gained power, since adding the Certech gel.

Nth Coast NSW

“My Audi A4 2l sedan was getting very tired after nearly 500000kms. Acceleration was poor and it was using oil at twice the normal rate. I changed the oil from full synthetic to standard mineral, added the first vial of CerTech gel and drove for 400 Kms. I could already feel a marked improvement in performance. I then changed the oil/filter and again used standard oil with the second vial of CerTech gel. I then drove for about 900 kms and the car feels like it has a new motor! I will change back to full synthetic after 2000kms. Acceleration is amazing and oil usage appears normal. I feel confident that this car will go for another few years saving me a fortune.”

B Buchanan


“After lending my old echo CS-6701 chainsaw to someone, they complained that half way through cutting a load of wood it started loosing power, so they stopped using it.  Upon returning it, I found that they hadn’t used 2 stroke oil – so it had been running on nearly straight petrol.

Compression was down, though after the saw had cooled down it would still start and run.  After pulling the plug and the muffler off, some reasonable scoring of both the piston and bore was found. 

Speaking with a friend, he recommended looking into ceramic treatment products – as he had some success in a car engine before.

Contacting Certech, it was recommended that their products can be used in 2 stroke engines, when the product is mixed in with the fuel mix.  Certech staff said to mix it over a couple of tanks of fuel as a minimum – but over more is always better to give it time to work.
Having a heap of big timber to cut over the next while and this CS-6701 being my main saw, I thought it was worth a try.

I mixed up 1/3 of a tube over 1L of fuel and got to cutting a load of wood.  Towards the end of the fuel batch, the saw did seem to idle better, though there was no definitive measurement.

After running a second litre of fuel with another 1/3 of a tube, a heap of cutting was done and the saw brought home.  A compression test revealed the saw had gained an average of 8psi of compression (over a couple of repeated tests) and the idle had indeed improved.

The last third of the tube was mixed into 2L of fuel mix and given another run in some more hard yellow box.
Final testing immediately after treatment, showed a 15psi minimum improvement compared with before any treatment.  I have since ran around 20L of fuel through the saw over almost a 12 month period, and the compression has remained stable – so the treatment has not only worked initially, but longer term is looking very good indeed.”



Scoring of piston before treatment
The same chainsaw 12 months on with 15 psi extra compression