WARNING: NEVER treat an engine until the rings have seated, or they NEVER WILL.
Chris Arnold\ invented, and NanoLube, Inc is the "only" source of Licensed Spherical NanoDiamond which allows for extremely high fuel economy and reduced wear. www.diamondlube.net is our North Carolina distributor. Detonation NanoDiamond is a known abrasive - our Unique Spherical NanoDiamond is Not Abrasive.
Friction is NOT an Issue with Diamondlube™
(See our Videos)
Prevent Wear and Increase MPG 21% - 35%
Proven to Reduce SOOT in the oil by 50% or more
NanoMolecular protection against friction, wear & sludge buildup
DiamondLube™ is the original in spherical nanodiamond and "Only" Universal Lubricant™ that treats, protects friction surfaces from wear, and reduces friction. DiamondLube™ provides Mechanical Lubrication™ based on our pioneering discovery of spherical nanodiamond that produces superior sliding contact. Our +MPG formula offers 21-35% increase in fuel economy, reduces soot in excess of 50%, and provides Wearproof™ coatings to treated parts.
- An M249SAW (squad automatic weapon) was treated in Iraq by “Triple Canopy” and sustained 2000 rounds full auto fire without jamming, after an initial treatment cost of under $1.
- Liberty Ashes Garbage truck fleet, over 90% in maintenance savings and increased fuel economy.
- Shriner Harley Davidson responded within minutes with dramatic increase in performance, Video soon.
- In January 2012 the U.S. DoE began to investigate our technology. Initial testing revealed unusual resistance to wear and other unique and unexpected properties.
- Phase 1 Army Mil Spec testing has been completed at Picatinni Arsenal – passing and exceeding all tests performed to date.
- $153,000 Formula Speedboat had a max 5800 RPM prior to treating only the twin 350 Magnum engines with DiamondLube™. After engine treatment, RPMs increased to 6500 for only $800. We will soon treat the out drives and all other friction points. The Illinois speed craft is named “Anger Management.”
- Gun Tests Magazine tested our technology and rated it Grade A. They reported their results in the November 2011 issue. A Barrett 50cal was rated Grade B.
- The American Field Hospital in Dubai used $.08 of our product in 2007 to remove 2 stuck Titanium screws from a Titanium housing, savings thousands of dollars in transportation costs.
- Oil Analysis on Semi engines consistently shows over 50% reduction in soot, and the protective qualities of our diamond coating treatments do not wear out like Molybdenum and Tungsten Disulfide (Moly).
- $5000 worth of our product corrected galling issues that avoided $85,000 in repairs on a Norfolk Southern RR Swing bridge - shown on the video page. Total time to full treatment was under 24 hours.
- 200 ton press attained an 81% increase in cycle speed within 6 minutes of hydraulic, ways and gibbs treatment.
DiamondLube™ Performance Products are based on new and extremely novel, spherical nanodiamond invented by Christopher Arnold\ - our products are pioneering in the market. Many others are falsely claiming to have identical material, yet they continue to use crushed diamond powder or detonation nanodiamond which are abrasive. If it is not from NanoLube, Inc of Illinois – it is not based on our ground breaking discovery. Licensed product can be ordered www.diamondlube.com (the Manufacturer) & www.diamondlube.net our NC Dealer) ALL OTHERS ARE Simply FAKE or wannabe imitators. Detonation Nanodiamond is old technology and is commonly available from many countries, and each particle has dozens of razor sharp edges that abrade. Our particles are smooth, spherical and were unavailable prior to Christopher Arnold creating them, and they prevent wear as proven in DoE testing. To put our particles into perspective, it would take about 80,000 Non Detonation Nanodiamond™ lined end to end just to span the width of a human hair, and hundreds of trillions to replace the volume of a single, one millimeter section of hair.
DiamondLube™ provides real diamond coatings at a cost of pennies per drop to treat friction surfaces. Compare this to the cost of chemical vapor deposition coatings at hundreds to thousands of dollars per unit.