Cutting Edge Nanotechnology in Metalworking Fluids Will Be Presented by NIS at STLE-2019 in Chicago

Don’t miss Dr. Diloyan’s presentation @ 2019 STLE Tribology Frontiers 

When: Tuesday, October 22, 1:30 PM  

Session: 5C  | Georgian Room | Drake Hotel, Chicago  

What: Novel IF-WS2 Dispersed Nanoparticles Performance in Metalworking Applications

Every day tons and tons of metal sheets and parts are cut, grounded, milled and what not! It is all being performed in an extreme environment with high temperature, speed and pressure. This kind of job requires a special kind of MWF that can withstand even the toughest conditions. We are not inventing a bicycle here: there are multiple formulations, based on oils, semisynthetic/synthetic fluids or water, which are supposed to cool down and lubricate machined parts. And some of them do the work diligently. But only one will stand out from the rest. The water-based fluid that is treated with inorganic fullerene-like tungsten disulfide particles (IF-WS2). New data shows unmatched tribological performance (1.25% of IF-WS2 in water gives 800kgf weld ASTM D2783) comparing to other water-based performance components, as well as improvement in the cooling capacity of water and anti-corrosion properties. IF-WS2 significantly improves surface finish and drastically reduces tool wear. NIS’s MWF additive is cost-effective and safe to use: it is non-flammable and chlorine-free. IF-WS2 could also help lower disposal expenses.


Sounds too good to be true? See Dr. Diloyan’s presentation to learn more about IF-WS2 superior performance. Or email NIS for more info: