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Old 10-05-2017, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New Lubricant from IF-WS2 not only WS2 ( NanoLub )

Hello ,
I have seen debates about WS2 but I have not seen debates about the new Israel-derived product (NanoMaterials) made of WS2 onion-like nanoscale spheres.
Did anyone try the NanoLub GE/DE-S 4100 IF-WS2? made by NIS ( Nano Industrial Solution )
I give it and I have excellent results. If anyone is interested can continue with the exposure of some results. I mention that the sphere made of WS2 is clearly superior to the two-dimensional platen from WS2.

It is a product based on the research of the Wiezmann Institute of Science from Israel. It is the only product that is taken into account by famous tribological institutions. The product is the basis of a doctoral thesis of an engineer from Total Lubricants - France.

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Old 10-05-2017, 12:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Why is this posted in forum news and feeback instead of: The Unicorn Corral - Fuel Economy, Hypermiling, EcoModding News and Forum - EcoModder.com ?

The word nano was used way too many times, yeah, no. Also kind of hard trying to understand what you are saying.
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Old 10-05-2017, 01:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I reported it as spam when I first read it.
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Moved to appropriate subforum -- Unicorn Corral, for now.

While the original post seems potentially spammy, I did some quick searching and nothing immediately jumped out as a red flag.

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I give it and I have excellent results. If anyone is interested can continue with the exposure of some results.
So I'll bite!

In what application/vehicle did you use it? What are your results?

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I will move to Unicorn Corral (I did not know about this)
Thanks for receiving me in the forum. I have now seen Carl Sagans's motto and I think it can fit this product into that. Repet is a product developed by the Wiezman Institute of Science a famous institute considered the top 10 in the world. . It is funded by U.E. for development. This year, EVONIK, a large German chemical firm after studying, paid a large sum to create a multinational to product this . To the question of what cars I used like this I mention there are quite a lot of cars. As examples I can give Nissan Qashqai 2.0 Diesel 150 HP; Volvo S60 R 300 HP Gasoline ; Golf 4 1,4 75 HP Gasoline, etc. Gaining on average 5% fuel economy. And this after repeated tests over 4-5 years. So after many kilometers.
The product was also researched by the Southampton Tribology Center
England by Dr Monica Ratoi who is a lecturer in Lubrication Science in Engineering and the Environment at this University and Respective Tribology Center in Lyon France. Professor Fabrice Dassenoy Fabrice Dassenoy spent three years at the Max-Planck Institute of Berlin before joining École Centrale
by Lyon first as Assistant Professor before getting promoted to Professor. As an expert in nanomaterials, his research conducted at the Tribology and System Dynamics Laboratory (LTDS) is related to the study of the tribological properties of nanoparticles used as lubricant additives, with a particular interest in
understanding the lubrication mechanisms of these nanomaterials and in the optimization of their lubricating properties. He teaches Materials Science at the École Centrale de Lyon with a focus on the characterization techniques.
One can easily check what I said about this research on the IF-WS2 product. (inorganic fullerene from tungsten disulphide).
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Its kinda funny when almost everything that has something to do with nano materials or enhancing the material properties is viewed with skepticism, like a magic I would be really interested in experiments with this kinds of materials. On the other hand taking price into account it can still be unnecessary overkill. However nano particles like these can really enhance the properties you are looking for so Iam looking forward for more info.
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I like that the claimed improvements are pretty modest (just 5 percent) but I would need to see a lot of documentation, preferably peer-reviewed, before I gave any claims any credence.

Will you provide any links to said reports, or do I have to go find them for myself?

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