Nanol’s additive proven to reduce hydrogen wear of metals

Originally designed for fuel saving, Nanol’s additive now enters completely new areas of use The renowned Fraunhofer independent research institute in Germany has demonstrated that Nanol’s lubricant additive has some completely new performance features. The patented lubrication additive, based on nano technology, was originally developed for fuel saving and wear protection and in marine engines…
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Verification for Vessel Technologies

How commercial credibility is being improved by third party verification by Jouni Salo, product manager Shipping Solutions, NAPA, first published in Maritime Reporter and Engineering News, August 2016 Innovation often stems from adversity and the prevailing financial climate has fathered many new technologies, fuels and tools that are being introduced to the market. However interesting they…
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Haiti: E-Power testing success

Following the completion of a successful 6 month test of Nanol’s lubricating oil additive in one of the prime movers at the E-Power generating plant in Port-au-Prince Haiti, E-Power and Nanol Technologies have entered into a long term supply agreement for supply and use of Nanol lubricating oil additive.  The Nanol additive will be used in…
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Nanol tested in Wärtsilä engine

The Nanol® lubricating oil additive has been tested in a Wärtsilä 6L32E PAAE186215 engine in Wärtsilä’s Engine R&D Centre in Vaasa, Finland in 2016. After the 80 hour test, no observations could be made on wear protection or other performance enhancements.  No negative effect on engine performance or emissions was registered during the test. Based…
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Academic article confirms the technology and performance of Nanol

The technology used by Nanol has once again been highlighted academically. The renowned Swiss publishing institute MDPI has accepted an article about Nanol’s technology, based on both laboratory tests and advanced field tests. The article was published in international journal Lubricants in October 2016. In the article named “Multi-Phase Friction and Wear Reduction by Copper…
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