Dr George Diloyan to speak at forums in Perth, Brisbane and Newcastle
Tungsten disulphide (WS2) additives give your transport, mining or manufacturing operation the edge over competitors and a developer of this nano-technology, Dr George Diloyan, will explain why in lunchtime forums around Australia this week.
Optimisation and enhanced productivity are the keys to survival and growth in difficult market conditions and the WS2 additives in your oil and lubricants provide a cost-effective solution.
These nano-sized workers of miracles were developed by a team from Nanotech Industrial Solutions (NIS), with George Diloyan playing a leading role as the company’s Head of Research.
The nano-technology expert will provide a unique opportunity to explain how during the forums in Perth on Wednesday 4 April, Brisbane on Thursday 5 April and Newcastle on Friday 6 April.
Many businesses based in or near these Australian centres of mining, transport and industrial excellence can benefit from the technology and George’s presentation will not only provide the answers, but will also outline some case studies.
WS2 additives make a real difference because they reduce friction in engines and components, thereby cutting fuel consumption, minimising engine wear and reducing emissions, empowering users to cut costs, extend service intervals, boost productivity and help the environment … in a very cost effective manner.
These nano-additives differ from all others, most of which use molybdenum rather than the superior qualities provide by tungsten. The technology has applications in Australia’s road, rail and shipping industries as well as in the mining, industrial and manufacturing sectors.
George will outline how WS2 was used in a power plant and generated savings in excess of six times the cost of the additives as well as bringing about a power increase of 58.8% in used engines.
He will also explain how weld loads were increased by two to three times through the addition of WS2 to grease.
The forums are organised by total fluid management provided Techenomics, which is distributing the WS2 additives in Australia.
Techenomics’ independent tests provide further evidence that WS2 increases the effectiveness of oil over longer periods while on-road and on-site tests are demonstrating that the product boosts fuel consumption, reduces maintenance intervals and lowers emissions.
Each of the forums starts at midday and will include the presentation, videos, case studies, a question and answer session, and networking opportunity with lunch to be provided.
Places are limited and seats will be allocated as reservations are received, so it is important to reserve your spot as soon as possible by emailing Taylor at email@example.com or Siti at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning +61 (0) 2 6571 2699.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to save costs and lift productivity, contact Taylor or Siti now.
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