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July 3rd, 2008

Turkish company excels at nano oil technology

Abstract:
A TURKISH company which has created an eco-friendly lubricant for vehicles using nanotechnology continues to impress the motor trade and is selling well in the UK.

NNT Nanotechnology AS in Turkey, the parent company of Nanoboron Ltd in the UK, produces Borpower, a unique oil additive which brings a range of advantages to engines.

Borpower is added to motor oil to make engines cleaner, more efficient and longer lasting, and has a unique and patented nanotechnology formula. It reduces friction in an engine and corrosion on working metal surfaces.

Managing director Ismail Cikci told London Turkish Gazette that up to 15 per cent less petrol is used as a result of the lubricant being added to petrol, diesel or LPG.

The innovative product, which is environmentally friendly and suitable for all engines, including heavy goods vehicles, is currently sold in 14 countries and is now available in the UK too.

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