NanoTech Lubricants, LLC nano diamond oil additives How do nano diamonds work?


Infusion of nano diamonds into our oil additives, lubricants, and other products converts flat surface-to-surface “sliding” friction, that normally occurs between metal surfaces, into “rolling” friction, which is demonstrated in the movie illustration below.

Richard Stribeck, a German engineer analyzed full fluid- film lubrication and demonstrated his results through what is still known today as the Stribeck Curve.  Full-fluid-film lubrication is similar to a vehicle’s tires hydroplaning on water at higher speeds.  As the vehicle’s speed increases, the tires ride up on top of the water film between the tires and pavement, thus causing less control of the vehicle.  This same principle takes place in your engine.  As the engine moves faster while the oil pump provides more oil, the moving parts of the engine ride on an oil film providing the best lubrication. 

The nano diamonds suspended in our NanoTech products are fully encapsulated in oil and fill the pores of the metal surfaces that they coat.  This helps to maintain a thicker oil film and better lubrication.  Because the nano diamonds in our products roll back-and-forth between the metal surfaces that they coat, they change the sliding friction that normally occurs between metal surfaces into rolling friction. This is especially important during engine start up and shut down when the oil film is very thin and causes a great deal of sliding friction between the metal parts. 

Because we suspend nano diamonds in our products, use of NanoTech oil additives and lubricants in vehicle engines produces rolling friction, which allows for faster starts, less wear, less heat and less drag. This results in better oil life and fuel economy.

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