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Think Small for Big Performance

Until recently, manufacturing nanoparticles inexpensively and reliably was one of the challenges for this developing technology and there are still some difficulties. For example, copper nanoparticles are treated with oleic acid and milled in a ball mill. This method creates microscopic particles that are uneven in size, potentially damaging their tribological performance.  ... Read More

NIS Welcomes a New Director of Technology

Nanotech Industrial Solutions Corp. is welcoming it's new Technical Director, Mr. Hoon Kim, Ph.D. Dr. Kim will be leading Nanotech Industrial Solutions' R&D team to new technological frontiers. He sees vast potential for NIS' sub-micron spherical particles of Inorganic Fullerene-like Tungsten Disulfide Formulated dispersions in new applications within several industries, including aviation and space. ... Read More

Happy Birthday to Nanotech Industrial Solutions

In 2019, NIS turned seven years young! Nanotech Industrial Solutions is one of the world leaders in nanotechnology of industrial lubricants, additives, coatings, and polymers. IFWS2 Inorganic Fullerene-like Tungsten Disulfide is the answer for various industrial applications, like mining, energy, automobile, heavy machinery, railroads, space, and more. ... Read More

What is a Gearbox?

Improper lubrication of a gearbox may cause excessive wear, high operating temperatures, resulting in decreased efficiency and premature failure of the critical part of the equipment. IF-WS2 Formulated Tribological packages keep gearboxes running smoothly, reduce operating temperatures, protect from micro pitting, decrease noise. Superior antiwear and antifriction properties. ... Read More

How to Win a Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize Week is here, and thousands of people across the world are nervous and anxious... The Nobel in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Economy, and the Peace Prize are the most coveted awards one can dream about, aren't they? Well, some people are not so sure anymore. What do you think? Did you know that Mendeleev was shortlisted for the Nobel three times (yes, he was still around at the beginning of the XX Century), but the inventor of the Periodic Table of Elements was never awarded the Nobel, neither was Gandhi. ... Read More