July 29, 2019

Why Inorganic Fullerene-Like Tungsten Disulfide (IFWS2) is much better than platelet-like WS2? (video)

Here is the answer from NIS’ CEO, Dr. George Diloyan, PhD  

 

The distinctive spherical morphology of NIS’ IF-WS2 particles allows them to roll between the metal surfaces of engines and other equipment, lowering friction by up to 30%. Decreased friction leads to reduced operating temperatures, metal wear, and overall production cost. While standard additives offer moderate tribological properties, the spherical IF-WS2 particles are designed to have dozens of concentric layers so they excel under extreme pressure, load and impact.

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