Russian developer and producer of an ultradisperse additive used for automotive engines is looking for foreign distributors and sales agents

A Russian company has developed and successfully sells additives with nanodiamonds for various types of hydraulic boosters and engines (except for aircraft), which save up to 20% fuel consumption, also restore the surface and reduce engine wear. The company is looking for partners for distribution services and commercial agency agreements.
The Russian company from Yekaterinburg was established in 2009 and is engaged in the research and development of innovative products based on ultrafine nanodiamond powders for various types of transport. Since 2010, the scientific supervisor is Alexander Ilyin, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, a world-renowned expert in the field of explosive nanopowders. Two scientific leaders of the company have more than 8 monographs and more than 100 patents. The company won the gold medal for the best scientific and technical development in 2015 at the largest Russian exhibition in St. Petersburg. The company has experience in cooperation with the largest international corporations Bayer, VSMPO-AVISMA and others. The company's specialists took part in the Ariane space program (France). The Russian company produces two types of additives with nanodiamonds for various types of hydraulic boosters and engines, including turbo, sports, and high-performance modern engines, but except for aircraft. These additives contain a reducing composition of 6 components and ultra-small nanodiamonds obtained using the company's own technology. Ultra-small nanodiamonds have high penetrating power and high chemical activity, so they help dissolve carbon deposits and deposits. The engine with the additive is gradually cleaned and becomes clean for a long time. On the most worn-out surfaces of parts, a strong surface layer is restored, which remains even after changing the oil to a new one. This surface resembles a diamond-like surface and is called DLC (diamond-like) in the West. The formed new durable layer has a much lower coefficient of friction, which is much less subject to contamination. Moreover, technological recesses and grooves are not contaminated with the additive, since there is no pressure there. According to the research of one large Russian organization engaged in research of nanodiamonds, when using these nanodiamond additives, the local temperature in the contact zone decreases by 16-20%, the friction coefficient decreases by 20-30%, the wear of parts is reduced by 1.5-3 times, as well as fuel savings up to 20%. The Russian company is looking for partners from the automotive sector, large retail chains, car dealer networks, online stores selling spare parts, and various fluids for vehicles, as well as sales agents under distribution services and commercial agency agreements. Under these agreements, a foreign partner will have to look for new partners and in every possible way to promote and sell these products in foreign markets. The Russian company can supply up to 30,000 units of products per month. With an increase in demand for products, the Russian company is ready to increase the number of manufactured products to the required amount. The aim of the Russian company is entering on the foreign markets.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought: 
Type - small, medium, and large companies from the automotive sector, large retail chains, car dealer networks, online stores selling spare parts, and various fluids for vehicles Role - The partner's role is the searching of new customers all over the world with the aim to promote and sell Russian nanodiamond additives in foreign markets.
Stage of Development: 
Already on the market
IPR Status: 
Secret Know-how,Patents granted
Comments Regarding IPR Status: 
More than 10 patents were obtained in Russia on the subject of the project. Several PCT international patent applications have also been filed.
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