Trademark Registration: WAGNER🄬 ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Japan: 5284799
China・Korea: 1044718 (WIPO International Registration Number)
TÜV: Approved by German Technical Inspection Association

​​WAGNER  Micro Ceramic Oil (WAGNER MC Oil) received
TOYOTA Parts Number (Y8543 - 40051)

"With more than 10 years selling WAGNER products and verifying in various industry segments in Japan, we can honestly assure you that these are once-in-a-lifetime products." 

What is the Micro Ceramic, and what is achieved by the Micro Ceramic Lubricants?

The Micro Ceramic is a combination of modern high-tech solid ceramic lubricants with a particle size of 0,02 to 0,15 μm.
Characteristically is the distinct lubricity, even under extremely high temperatures, the own temperature stability, the low
density as well as the excellent thermal conductivity with an at the same time low electrical conductivity. Its oxidation
resistance is higher than graphite or molybdenum sulfite and chemically it is extremely resistant. The Micro Ceramic has
the lowest frictional coefficient of all solid materials. The Micro Ceramic particles are incorporated in oil derivates and can
thus be employed individually. The Micro Ceramic supports the available effects and optimizes the required
characteristics of modern engine- and industry-oils. Hereby an essentially extended lifetime and stability of the engines
and machines is achieved, connected with a clear energy saving. Micro Ceramic does not mesh with the standard
additives of engine and industry-oils. Therefore, no negative impact on the base oil, as well as no uncontrolled course of
usage in an extreme situation can take place. It (re-)acts absolutely neutral and can thus not be regarded as an usual oil- or engine-oil-additive.

Refinement and Smoothing of the Surfaces by the Micro Ceramic Lubricants :

The Micro Ceramic particles settle in the metal surfaces and as a safety depot are always present in the oil
circulation. Any uneven patches are smoothed (smoothing phase). The bearing portion of the surface is
increased compared to a polished/honed surface from 25 % to 75 to 85 %. The portion of the Micro Ceramic
components is adjusted in a way that besides settling they also constantly move around in the oil circulation.
They act as shock absorbers and fulfill the characteristic of balls in a ball bearing. After smoothing we nearly
have reached the ideal status of a fluid friction. Dry friction, border- and mixing friction (as for example at cold
start-ups, high loads and numbers of revolutions) are almost completely prevented.

The Proof 1)
Photographs under the Electronic Microscope (500-fold Enlargment)   
<Conventionally lubricated >
This part of the picture shows the seizuers of the roll and ball bearing steel.
- strongly fissured surface
- scorings
Bearing portion of the surface tops approx.                                              20 – 25 %. 
<MC Oil added>
This part of the picture shows the smoothed surface on the roll and ball bearing steel. Bearing portion of the surface tops have been strongly increased approx. 75 – 85 %.
                                             Oil bags (black) remain.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Comparison of Physical / Chemical Properties 

Operating Temperature:
Max. Operating Temperature:
Melting Point: (Decomposition)
Friction Coefficient:
Thermal Conductivity:
Total Base Number:
Kinetic Viscosity (40 °C)
Kinetic Viscosity (100 °C)
Metal Adhesion:
Particle Size:
Decomposition Products:
Micro Ceramic
1000 °C
1100 °C
3000 °C
40-60 W/mK
13.26 KOH/g
279.3 mm2/s
28.12 mm2/s
0.02-0.15 µm
PTFE (Teflon) 
​270 °C
275 °C
327 °C
0.24 W/mK
11 KOH/g
100-200 mm2/s 
 9-13 mm2/s
Mineral Oil
120 °C
ca.140 °C
25 W/mK
7 KOH/g
40-100 mm2/s   
9-13 mm2/s
Synthetic Oil
180 °C
ca.200 °C
27 W/mK
40-100 mm2/s  
9-13 mm2/s