The motivation behind this article is to explore the impacts of heat transfer, magnetohydrodynamic, and hall current on two-dimensional incompressible nanofluid flow over a rotating disk. The nanofluid model utilized in the present investigation comprises the nanoparticle fraction model. Two sorts of nanoparticles to be specific Hematite (Fe2O3) is the principal source of iron and Cobalt alloy (Co64 Cr30 W6) is generally used metal alloy that is primarily Cobalt and Chromium with base fluid Motor Oil 10W30 is taken into consideration. The Prandtl number identifying with motor oil is (Pr = 1531.92). The governing equations are reduced to a system of ordinary differential equations by using Von-Karman transformation and then solved numerically utilizing matlab bvp4c. Impacts of the magnetic field, hall current, and nanoparticle volume fraction on tangential, radial velocities, and temperature profiles have been examined. Numerical outcomes have been acquired for various physical parameters through graphical representation. We have demonstrated that a remarkable reconciliation exists among the current outcomes and those in the literature for various values of magnetic parameter and velocity slip parameters, in the absence of other parameters. It is also found that radial and tangential velocities increase more in the case of Fe2O3 nanoparticles when compared with Co64 Cr30 W6 because of density variations. It is discovered that enhancement in a nanoparticle volume fraction reduces the heat transfer rate. It can moreover be clarified such a way that as the nanoparticle volume fraction raise, the density of nanoparticles increases, temperature also increases subsequently heat transfer rate decreases. This result keeps more cooling for the hard disk drives and might be intrigued for engineers.