July 28, 2020
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Canadian Oilfield Supply & Service Company Now Carries IF-WS2 Formulated Line of Products

Thirsty Bird is excited to announce the release of the NanoTech line – the cutting-edge lubrication for the most demanding industries. First and foremost, Oil & Gas, Agriculture, and Mining. NanoTech products improve equipment efficiency, increase mine production, reduce energy consumption, and cut overall costs. The science behind Thirsty Bird NanoTech line pumpjack oils, rock drill and tractor fluid, and greases, is a game-changing technology of Inorganic Fullerene-like Tungsten Disulfide, IF-WS2. Billions of IF-WS2 nanoparticles enhance every NanoTech product.

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July 6, 2020
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Water-based IF-WS2 Formulated Beats The Odds

Low Friction, heat resistant, wear-resistant, zero-oil additive based on inorganic nanostructured fullerene-like tungsten disulfide (IF-WS₂). It offers unmatched anti-friction and surface smoothness benefits to cutting fluids and metal forming materials. IF-WS₂ Formulated additive maintains enhanced performance and effective lubricating properties in extreme conditions and temperatures, where other lubricants fail. May be used to formulating synthetic, semi-synthetic, emulsion MWF or any other water-miscible lubricating fluids.

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July 2, 2020
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NIS Has Started a Massive Pump Jacks Field Trial in Canada

Here is NIS’s CEO, Dr. George Diloyan’s, presentation during Tribology Discussions Series by Ducom instruments.

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June 26, 2020
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NIS’s Nanotechnology Has Been Featured in the Nanotech Magazine 

Proper Lubrication is Key to Sugar Mill Equipment Longevity. An effective lubricant should not only lubricate but also protect working surfaces from wear, shock, and, at the same time, minimize equipment downtime. This is where the proper, cutting-edge, and ready to act additive should be in play.

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June 21, 2020
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Prof. Reshef Tenne Has Received Israel’s Nobel Prize, The Emet Prize

Two Weizmann Institute scientists have received the prestigious EMET Prize: Prof. Emeritus Reshef Tenne in the exact sciences category, and Prof. Dan Tawfik in the life sciences category. The prize is awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation.

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