In this work, the static inertial-elastic instability of rotating nano disks is investigated with the centrifugal force formulation considering the radial displacement. Thus, Brunelle’s previous local solution is generalized by using Eringen’s nonlocal elasticity theory. The variations of critical rotation speeds with the nonlocal scale parameter are illustrated under different boundary conditions. It is seen that the critical rotation speeds decrease as the nonlocal scale parameters increase for all cases. Also, it is remarkable that the presented results are affected significantly from the boundary conditions.