NanoVit is the award-winning Nano-particle designed to improve engine efficiency through reduced friction and surface regeneration.
The effects of surface regeneration with the new NanoVit layer mean :
- The very best protection against wear, up to 200,000Km and beyond
- Engine cleaning and Surface regeneration; restore your engine surfaces to original manufacturer condition
- Extremely low surface friction to improve engine efficiency
- Improved performance and power
- 5 times lubricant lifetime increases
- Lower emissions and noise levels
- Fuel savings
NanoVit gives reassurance that you have treated your engine or application with the best surface agent currently available. NanoVit's properties have been confirmed by lubrication scientists, independent trials by TUV Germany and world-leading university research facilities in comprehensive laboratory tests. We are unique in terms of demonstrable effectiveness and genuine nano-technology to ensure a totally safe and compatible use in all oils and applications.
NanoVit®–Mixtures are normal oils (e.g.10W40, 85W90 or ATF 75 W) for composite engines with metallic surfaces modified with the NanoVit® particle. NanoVit® guarantees a safe, system-comptabile friction reduction, an increase of wear protection and an improvement of the general performance parameters. NanoVit® is the product of nano technology, a smart-material not a simple lubricant additive. NanoVit® is still effective after oil changes. NanoVit® does not change the recipe or the formula of the oil
Why NanoVit? NanoVit is fully certified by TUV Thuringen and backed by product insurance from Allianz. Our customers can be assured by our rigorous testing and trialling process to guarantee the highest standards of safety and performance possible for the product.
NanoVit has been recognized by the scientific community and awarded several prestigous honours:
- Award at the 2008 Automative Innovation Competition judged by Mazda, Opel and Mercedes-Benz
- Qualification for the Innovation Prize of the German Economy 2008.