Any central heating equipment exploiting results in the scale buildup (silicon carbide, cementite, magnesite, and other salts), which cannot be removed mechanically or using chemicals and are insoluble in water or acid. The special “NanoServ” technology is based on the special bio-organic liquid with lactic acid, which continuously generates over 30 organic acids (citric, oxalic, formic, etc.). According to the company founders, by pumping this special liquid through a heating system within a few days, they remove scale buildup and limescale inside of water supply systems.
The "Nanoserv" company was founded in 2012 with 5 million rubles as initial investment. According to the owners, two years later, in 2014 their annual revenue was around 38 million rubles. The company has an impressive order portfolio, including large heat generating company working for the Sochi Olympics, as well as schools, kindergartens, police, asset management companies and homeowners associations. In total, the "Nanoserv" company has 852 customer contracts and 30 test deployments in large Russian companies (Russian Railways, "Alrosa", "Bashneft").
The first company’s laboratory was opened in one of the office buildings in Krasnodar, but later the company hired freelance microbiologists from the institutes of Krasnodar, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Moscow, Tomsk, and others. Experts have improved technology by creating some dry concentrate from the liquid. It helps to grow bacteria, which cannot killed by low temperatures during transportation to the northern regions. In 2014, the company created its own brand "Bonaka" to promote the agent on the market.
Prospects of the company development
The Agency of Strategic Initiatives included "Nanoserv" in their "Leaders Club", promoting the project in state agencies. This year "Nanoserv" won the competition for the best energy-efficient solution for housing and public utilities.