New cooperation agreement for promotion in Spain and Africa

Nanol Technologies has signed a cooperation agreement with Mr Ricardo Coro Ferngren regarding the promotion of Nanol’s products. Based in Spain Mr Coro Ferngren will promote Nanol in mining and power applications in Spain as well as in Algeria, Morocco and West Africa. The cooperation started after Mr Coro Ferngren approached Nanol. He had heard…
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Nanol Technologies was selected for prestigious academic seminar

Nanol’s Product Manager, Sophia von Haartman, gave a presentation at the renowned Tribology Colloquium in Esslingen Germany in January 2016. The participants of the colloquium are carefully selected after an extensive evaluation process.   The paper “Multi-Phase Friction and Wear Reduction by Colloidal Copper Additive” gave an insight into the technology behind Nanol’s ground-breaking nano…
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Engie Innovation award

Nanotechnology start-up company Nanol Technologies awarded on Engie’s Innovation contest. Nanol additive in test phase in the biggest coal plant of South America.   Helsinki, Finland – 10 June 2016 Finnish nanotechnology company Nanol Technologies, specialised in dual-function nano additive for lubricants, has entered the Brazilian market via Engie’s Power plant. Nanol Technologies was elected…
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Nanol wins innovation award in Brazil

Nanol Technologies was selected as one of the five winners of the ENGIE Brazil Innovation award 2015, organised by the company Engie. The winners of the contest have the chance to incorporate their products into the operations of ENGIE Tractebel Energia, the largest private sector generator of electrical energy in Brazil. “We didin’t expect to…
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Field Test Truck Fleet

Nanol™ lubricant was tested in diesel engines of a truck fleet in 2010. In total, 12 trucks of construction years 1994-2007 with diesel engines of several OEMs were included in the test. A number of parameters were monitored, such as compression in cylinders, startup of the engine at very low temperatures as well as the…
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Next-generation lubricants

In today's world, nanotechnology can be employed in everything from cosmetics to paint, or steel and even toothpaste. it is also used in the oil and lubrication businesses. But how can microscopic particles help reduce fossil-fuel use and extend the life on components for some of the heaviest and large machines - used in shipping,…
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Nanotech copper lubrication additive sets new benchmark for surface wear

Lubrication technology is reaching a golden age, the age of additives. In an industrial world where synthetic lubricants seem to have reached the top of their evolutionary game, so where else is there to go if we want to keep improving on the economy of mechanical wear through reduced friction? The answer is a small…
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