NANO-FILM LUBRICATION TECHNOLOGY
NANO-FILM LUBRICATION TECHNOLOG is NANO TECHNOLOGY – U.S.A. This technology is used for military equipment of the Ministry of Defense of some countries with advanced science such as the United States, European countries, South Korea and Japan
It is liquid containing soluble NANO molecules in lubricants. NANO particles are extremely small molecules when exposed to metal surfaces forming a protective film.
When the temperature and pressure increase, the NANO molecules join together to form an extremely durable protective film. The more durable the protective film, the more the temperature increases.This helps lubricateand anti-friction become more and more effective, making machine parts non-abrasive, minimizing friction and maximizing engine heat reduction.
The friction coefficient of lubricant is 0.025 (compared to normal lubricants of 0.63) so lubricants using NANO technology have many advantages that are superior to the existing lubricants present in the Vietnamese market, far exceeds the standards of quality certification agencies such as API (American Petroleum Institute), SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers), JASO (Japanese Automotive Standards Organization).
Fuel savings of 15-30% (50 – 70% of energy consumption and friction)
Extending the oil change time up to 100,000km (NANO particles will reinforce the carbon circuit of the lubricant that is durable and not destroyed, thus extending the life of the lubricant).
Abrasion resistance and increase engine life from 3 to 5 times that of conventional lubricants.
Reduces the rate of increase in the temperature of lubricants and engines when the machine operates with high intensity and long time
The NANO protective film is more effective at protecting machinery when running at high speeds and heavy loads.
Reduce noise; reduce emissions by up to 60%, environmental-friendly.
The machine can operate safely in case of oil leak problem that exceeds the permitted limit, thanks to the NANO protective film on the part of the machine.
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