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Iran's Nanotechnology Initiative Council attended 'the 6th International Iran Auto Parts Exhibition' at the venue of Tehran's Permanent International Fairground from November 25 to 28.
Negotiation and interaction with the present centers and introduction of nano-based achievements in auto industry, water resistant, anti-stain and anti-bacterial textiles, motor additives and coolants, LowE glasses and laminate, anti scratch coverings, and nano-based shield and dashboard coatings were the activities made by INIC in the exhibition.
Over 13 requests were submitted to the INIC booth mainly related to water and oil filters, anti-stain and anti-dust car body coatings, engine electric and thermal insulation strengthening, production of high strength composite parts, hood and gasoline tank insulations.
INIC attends specialized national and international fairs in a bid to develop nanotechnology applications in the industrial section, elaborate the INIC supports to the companies entering the field of nanotechnology such as validation and standardization of nano-based products, bring the products to the markets and promote technical knowledge exchange between the domestic and international researchers in the field of nanotechnology,
This is the 8th attendance of INIC in the specialized fairs concerned with nanotechnology in 2011 and it was aimed at introducing the nanotechnology applications which has already drawn the attention of industrialists.
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