Personalised solutions Nanotechnology


Personalised solutions Nanotechnology has a tremendous power to totally disrupt the current status. Thanks to nano-engineered materials and liquids, new efficiencies are possible with easy-to-use products bringing important benefits to the reference material. Providing free consultation, TCT NANOTECH can offer nanotechnology personalised solutions.

However, nanotechnology applications and benefits are not yet fully discovered and TCT NANOTECH continuously collaborate with universities and research centres so to keep updated with recent discoveries in the field and be able to fully support its customers.

We are glad to help you discover the applications and the effects of our nano-engineered solutions on your materials, processes, systems and assist you throughout the entire innovation process.

HTF Compact ® Nanofluids

HTF Compact comprises a High-End patent protected formulation which improves heat transfer in hydronic systems. It rearranges the molecular structure of the fluid improving the heat transfer rate. The presence of nanoparticles enhances the thermal conductivity of the nanofluid due to a better interaction within the heat transfer regions through a micro convection mechanism (Brownian motion) of nanoparticles in the coolant. Because of this increase in heat transfer, HTF Compact enables the heat to be transferred faster and more efficiently, improving energy efficiency of 30% in broad applications such as HVAC or boiler systems.

HTF Compact can be used in a broad spectrum of industries where a hydronic closed system is present: Data Centers, Energy Storage, Hotels and Resorts, Chemical Industry, Oil&Gas, Solar Energy, Wind Power, etc.

Worldwide Energy Consumption

Worldwide Energy Consumption will increase by 56% between 2010 and 2040. By 2040 fossil fuels will match 80% of global energy demand, substantially increasing CO2 emissions.

Today water is regarded

Today water is regarded as an effective heat transfer fluid, the addition of additives, (i.e. glycols) to overcome system requirements like freezing protection, causes a reduced heat load being transfer.


Increasing space and layout limitations at existing systems require to move into optimized process solutions.

Increasing energy costs

Increasing energy costs and investment constraints in efficient solutions with longer payback schemes.