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In Dagestan town of Kaspiysk scientists from St. Petersburg made a presentation of a new nanotech material, which, they argue, should be widely used in the automotive sector. According to the TV channel - Kaspiysk, the representatives of the major industrial enterprises, the rectors of the leading republican road infrastructure institutes, prominent scientists gathered to see the capsule containing nano-ceramic-protect that can clean and extend the work of virtually any engine.
For 10 years the best scientific minds have been working to crystalize the ideal formula of the substance. The scope of use of the universal powder is really infinite. It may be successfully used for the restoration and cleaning of engines in cars, industrial enterprises and road construction.
Another advantage of the new product is the complete rejection of costly repair of fuel pumps. As to the guests from the northern capital you just need to add the powder to the diesel fuel into the engine, and a couple of hours the engine will be as good as a new.
The innovation aroused interest among the meeting participants. Thus, the dean of one of the institutes of Makhachkala proposed to test nanotechnology product in the lab. The "Dagdiesel" plant representative made a similar proposal.
Meanwhile, the valuable product will not be offered for public sale in the country but ordered exclusively by the representatives of the industrial enterprises.
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