Nanol Structure

Nanol’s core, a copper atom with surrounding Cu2+ ions and a hydrocarbon chain, reduces friction, forming a self-regulating tribofilm.

Stages: initiation, exfoliation, copper nanoparticle deposition, and surface damage repair. Boosting engine performance.

The Structure and Function of Nanol

Nanol is an additive with multiple benefits for businesses and the environment. By reducing friction, it enhances engine performance, decreases fuel consumption (up to 6%), extends component lifetimes, and lowers maintenance costs.
Function: Nanol, with its micelles composed of a central copper atom surrounded by Cu2+ ions connected to a nonpolar hydrocarbon chain, provides lubrication and reduces friction by forming brush-like structures upon contact. The release of Cu2+ ions leads to the formation of a self-regulating tribofilm, minimizing wear, friction, and providing ongoing surface protection even without oil.

Process: Nanol’s tribofilm formation involves stages of initiation, exfoliation, formation, growth, equilibrium, and mending. These stages include the formation of a thin oxide layer, disruption of Nanol micelles, deposition of copper nanoparticles, tribochemical reactions, expansion of the tribofilm, and repair of surface damage.


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