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August 23rd, 2004

NanoLub lubricant is out of this world

Abstract:
NanoMaterials of Rehovot and now of New York could find clients among international space agencies, which are in touch with the company after its unique NanoLub technology passed certain tests. NanoMaterials is the proud parent of NanoLub, the world's first solid-particle nanotechnology-based lubricant. Made of spherical inorganic nanoparticles sized in the millionths of millimeters, NanoLub reduces friction and wear significantly better than conventional lubricants.

Source:
Haaretz

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