Ceramic oils

Ceramic oils

Discover the MIHEL Engine Oil Technology

Technological advancements are rapidly changing the world around us. New discoveries and achievements revealed by scientists accompany us at every step, spanning across every field of science. Similarly, in the petrochemical industry, nano-engineering has firmly established itself due to its exceptional properties.

The NANO PROTECTION® technology, developed and utilized in MIHEL Ceramic Oil®, is the result of research seeking solutions for metal revitalization and reduction of friction coefficients. It represents progress in tribology, leading to the creation of a unique additive package. This additive, with its exceptional properties desired for lubricant characteristics, allowed the development of a top-quality oil with very high repair properties and parameters.

Our products are innovative engine oils based on PAO technology, enriched with ceramic nanoparticles. The unique crystalline structure of the included ceramics has documented achievements in reducing friction and engine component wear.

Friction is the engine's greatest enemy!

Friction is the engine's greatest enemy!
Friction causes energy losses and reduces engine efficiency
Friction is the primary cause of engine component wear



The NANO PROTECTION® technology is a chemical component that fully protects and renews worn metal surfaces in friction zones during normal operation. It restores the original geometry of components by covering them with a new, hard, and durable layer of metal-ceramics, safeguarding against future wear.

The intelligent nanoparticles act like millions of bearings, reducing friction and the associated energy losses
As the engine's moving parts interact, the ceramic nanoparticles prevent direct contact between the cooperating metal surfaces. Throughout this process, they break down into smaller fractions, which, under the influence of high pressure and temperature, revitalize the engine components
The revitalization process occurs within the oil system and takes place at the so-called 'friction nodes,' where two cooperating, moving elements come into contact
It forms a durable protective layer resistant to wear, characterized by an extremely low coefficient of porosity and excellent heat conductivity properties
The high thermal conductivity and resistance to very high temperatures allow excellent heat dissipation from the engine via the oil. This feature helps maintain a constant, optimal operating temperature of the engine even under heavy loads, which is highly desirable in motorsports, high-performance engines, and in contemporary downsizing trends
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Why choose it

MIHEL Ceramic Oil®

Our innovative product, MIHEL Ceramic Oil®, is a high-performance lubricant designed for a wide range of applications in passenger car engines and motorsports. It's utilized in high-performance power transmission systems, in extreme conditions requiring the most efficient lubrication and heat dissipation. The nano dispersion of ceramic particles in the oil is embedded in high-quality PAO oil with fine, crystalline hexagonal particles.

Using MIHEL Ceramic Oil® enhances the operation of mechanisms, thereby contributing to reducing their wear. The application of our oil sets new standards in performance and fuel efficiency. Its effectiveness is particularly noticeable in highly demanding lubrication conditions—especially when coupled with high temperatures, maximum loads, and high friction speeds.

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The composition of the oil

The composition of the oil

Polymeric compounds that increase viscosity and lower the oil's flow temperature. The presence of these compounds affects the oil's multi-season performance and its resistance to wear.
The primary function of these compounds is to limit the formation of deposits on metal surfaces. They protect and clean various engine components such as cylinder walls, pistons, and rings.
Their role is to counteract the formation of low-temperature sludges in the oil and prevent the accumulation of solid contaminants.
Anti-wear friction modifiers
In our oils, we've employed pioneering technology by enriching them with nano ceramic components. This means that MIHEL Ceramic Oil exhibits significantly better lubricating properties than traditional engine oils. The applied ceramic material demonstrates the lowest friction coefficients between metal surfaces in the engine and possesses anti-wear and revitalizing properties. It forms a stable and highly durable ceramic-metal coating that efficiently dissipates heat and reduces resistance in the engine.
Base Oils
Engine oil is made up of 80% base oils. Our oils are produced using only fully synthetic and high-quality base oils. In practice, this means that these oils exhibit significantly better lubricating properties, have higher viscosity, and contain far fewer impurities than mineral oils derived from crude oil distillation.

The benefits of using MIHEL Ceramic Oil®

High performance
The increased load capacity directly results from the solid lubricant content in the form of ceramic nanoparticles. The dry lubricant film and its lubricity remain constant even under high loads. MIHEL Ceramic Oil® exhibits good lubricating properties and excellent fluidity across a wide temperature range
Fuel and energy consumption is reduced due to lower friction coefficients, thanks to nanoparticles penetrating the metal structure. This has a very positive impact on mechanical efficiency, performance, and economy. The use of MIHEL Ceramic Oil® extends the long-term life cycle of components due to a robust wear-resistant layer formed on interacting surfaces
MIHEL Ceramic Oil® is user-friendly and suitable for various types of engines. Selection should be based on the oil selection catalog or the specifications and standards dedicated to the specific engine unit
Temperature resistance
MIHEL Ceramic Oil® demonstrates exceptional resistance and stability to high temperatures. The nanoceramics in the oil withstand temperatures up to 900°C in oxidative combustion and above 2000°C under vacuum conditions. The MIHEL Ceramic Oil® technology sets a new benchmark in performance compared to other lubricants like PTFE (Teflon), molybdenum disulfide, tungsten disulfide, or graphite
MIHEL Ceramic Oil® is physicochemically neutral, compatible with engine seals, and other rubber-based components. It meets or exceeds many engine manufacturers' specifications, indicating it's a high-quality and safe-to-use oil. The effectiveness of ceramic nanoparticles is maintained even under extreme operating conditions and high temperatures

Compendium of Knowledge

What should you know about engine oils?

What should you know about engine oils?

Society of Automotive Engineers

Viscosity grade SAE

For example, in the name SAE 5W-40, the number before the letter W denotes the viscosity at low temperatures. The lower the value before the W, the more fluid the oil is at low temperatures. The number after the W signifies viscosity at high temperatures. The higher the "hot" viscosity, the more stress the oil can withstand at high temperatures. To avoid confusion when selecting engine and gearbox oils, viscosity classes for gearbox oils are also designated by SAE.

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The API classifications - American Petroleum Institute

They describe the American requirements and criteria for classifying the quality of engine oils. The basic division here pertains to gasoline engines (oils marked with the letter "S") and Diesel engines ("C"). Always following the letter that indicates the type of engine, there's a second letter indicating the standard relevant to that operating fluid. Importantly, the further along the alphabet the letter is, the higher and newer the oil standard, and consequently, its class is better, e.g., SN > SL, SL > SG, CI > CS, and so on. Additionally, in the case of oils for diesel engines, sub-standards are distinguished following a combination of letters and specified in numbers, such as CF-2, CH-4, CJ-4.

When choosing oil for your car's engine, you can always select an oil with a higher standard and better parameters than those for which the engine was designed, but only within "adjacent" standards (e.g., SN oil instead of SM). Adding oil with a lower standard (weaker parameters), however, can lead to faster wear of components or even damage to the power unit. A similar effect can be achieved when adding oils that meet new standards to older units, for instance, SN oil instead of SG.

The ACEA classification

Since European operating conditions and engine characteristics significantly differ from American ones, the ACEA (Association des Constructeurs Europeens d’Automobiles) introduced its own oil classification system in 1996. It is based on the API classification system, focusing mainly on two aspects: requirements for lubricant properties and compliance with EURO emission standards. Additionally, it takes into account positive test results in defined European vehicle engines.

The current ACEA-2004 classification describes oils of various quality classes, where A (A1, A2, A3, A5) indicates oils for passenger cars with gasoline engines, B (B1, B2, B3, B4, B5) refers to oils for passenger cars with diesel engines, C (C1, C2, C3, C4) denotes engine oils with a low SAPS level, and E (E2, E6, E7) represents oils for heavy-duty vehicles with diesel engines.

Used by the most demanding users

MIHEL Ceramic Oil®

Lamborghini Huracan


BMW M3 Competition

M TwinPower Turbo

Audi R8


VW Golf 8 GTI

2.0 TSI

Audi RS3

2.5 TFSI


6,2 V8 HEMI

Cupra Leon

2.0 TSI

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