How does NanoVit work?

When NanoVit is used in oils, an interaction will take place which leads to the build-up of highly dispersed structures. The hydrocarbon molecules will cling to the NanoVit particles. In the oil three-dimensional, combined structures will form. The energetic unbalanced structures initiate a process of self-organization which leads to a spontaneous order in the structure of the lubricant.

Macro-molecular structures are formed in which the nano-particles are enclosed. In a running engine the nano-particles conduct a constantly changing dynamic process between the balanced and unbalanced structure of the lubricant. Within the lubricant no „new substances“ are formed according to the classical interpretation. The restructioning of the lubricant leads to an improvement of its characteristics as well as a long lasting positive modification of the friction surfaces. This all is based on mechanical-chemical processes. Three-dimensional structures of oil-molecules are formed and the poles of these structures build certain groups, where NanoVit particles are enclosed. This gives the lubricant its’ cleaning capabilities. The cleaning process runs direct proportional to the actual load. This means; the more pressure and temperature are applied, the more effective the cleaning process will be. In a running engine the oil adapts itself to the changed thermodynamic conditions of the physical structure and the higher thermal viscosity. The adaption process itself varies in the different areas of the engine. The oil keeps the parameter as set by the oil manufacturer and holds these in all load ranges. On top of that, the mechanical losses as well as wear of the engine will reduce.

Due to the operational process of a running engine, the demolished oil-molecules have active reticular structures (hydrogen compounds) at their pole ends, which tie the demolished molecules together. In this way the demolished molecules will regenerate themselves and the inevitable aging of the oil will be retarded. In the course of this, the oil won’t lose its lubricious properties.

Furthermore conditions will arise under which the frictional surfaces will modify constantly and a thin, yet malleable layer will be formed. This pliant layer will take up the entire pressure on the frictional surfaces. The fact that this elastic layer builds up, can be attributed to the „positive displacements“ of Si, O, Al and C on the frictional surfaces. This leads to the build-up of carbides and oxides on the frictional surfaces. The modified elastic layer will reduce wear of the frictional surfaces and will protect the surface for electrochemical corrosion. The oil-film which is created in that way, with the help of the on the metal surfaces embedded silicon and aluminum oxides, will be converted into a firm layer which is strongly connected to the frictional surfaces.

When NanoVit is applied, dry friction will be out of the question.

Primary and secondary effects

The application of NanoVit in engine oil leads to four primary effects:

  1. A thorough internal cleansing of the engine, particularly where the frictional surfaces are concerned.
  2. Modification of the frictional surfaces. The surface tension and wear will reduce.
  3. Reduction of the engines internal mechanical losses.
  4. A decrease of the engine‘s oil consumption

Secondary effects are:

  1. An increase in the performance and dynamics of the engine.
  2. Improved compression
  3. Improved fuel economy
  4. A reduction of emissions
  5. Noise reduction
  6. Economic as well as ecological efficiency by fuel- and engine-oil savings plus cost savings on maintenance intervals.
  7. Extension of the engine’s life span.

Application Marine Engines / WARSILA ZS 824
After 300 hours the engines had a cleaning and regeneration of the friction surface. After application, the operational pollution were replaced.