Ray Techniques Ltd

Diamond nano-crystals solve macro-problems in big industries

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March 29-30, 2023.

Ray Techniques participates in the international conference Innotech-2023. We present our products – nanodiamond additives to diverse materials in the form of functionalized diamond nanopowders with specially designed surface chemistry, nanodiamond colloids and masterbatches. We discuss the plans of industrial validation of NANOHIT – nanodiamond thermal grease for heat dissipation in electronics and nanodiamond additive to paints for improving scratch and UV resistance of protective polymer coatings.

January 17, 2023.

The third round of INNOFENSE Accelerator program for dual-use technological projects in the civilian and security sectors has been opened. At the meeting the operating company Israeli Homeland Security Ltd., representatives of various Israeli security authorities and the companies that were selected to take part in the program, discussed the process and working together. A project proposed by Ray Techniques “Nanodiamond composites for heat dissipation” has been approved.

June 6, 2022.

Ray Techniques takes part in the development of international standard ISO/WD 6031 Functional extenders for special application — Nanoscale diamond for reinforcing polymer composites. CEO of the company has been nominated by the Standard Institution of Israel as the expert in the field of nanodiamond technologies to Technical Committee for the developing this standard.

April 18, 2022.

Ray Techniques has announced the commercialization of a new formulation of nanodiamond additive to antifriction lubricants. Now our RT-Lub product contains 4 wt.% nanodiamonds homogeneously dispersed in PAO6 oil. Despite such a high concentration of nanopowder, the nanofluid has a high sedimentation stability. The additive is compatible with most automotive oils, effectively reducing friction, wear, energy consumption and vehicle noise. It results in fuel savings and reduced carbon emissions in transport. The greatest economic effect is expected from its use in wind energy.

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