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Nanotechnology How does it Work Nanotechnology

The nano particles organise themselves to form a coating and bond with the surface after application. When the surface is smooth and not absorbent, nano particles combine with the surface, so liquids are repelled taking contaminants with them. With porous surfaces, the nano particles fill up the pores from the inside. Fungus, lichen, algae and moss (in and outside) can no longer adhere to the surface. Dirt and liquids can't get into the surface anymore and are simply repelled. This is similar with textiles (natural and synthetic fibres), the fibres are surrounded with the coating. Dampness and dirt can no longer get through the fibres and is simply repelled. The treated textiles are completely harmless to skin.

Nanotechnology self organizing

Phase 1

Application

Phase 2

Restructuring of Components

Phase 3

Structured Particles

The nano particles organise themselves to form a coating and bond with the surface after application.

Phase 1: These particles arrange themselves intelligently during application.

Phase 2: The binding components migrate to the surface, the anti-adhesive components are directed out towards the air.

Phase 3: In this self-organization forms an ultra-thin, glass-like layer that responds to the surface of a homogeneous connection              and  guarantees extreme durability. This also protects the surface from aggressive environmental influences.

After about one day (with smooth surfaces and fibres) or up to two days (with porous surfaces) the coating develops its full anti adhesive characteristics. The surface tension decreases through the coating, so that liquids and contaminants can no longer adhere and are simply repelled. The look, texture and breathability of the treated materials are not affected.

Nano coatings are only a few nanometres thin and cannot be seen with the naked eye. It can only be seen under high magnification. The coating develops a strong chemical connection with the surface.

Nanotechnology products have been tested for years, developed steadily and are optimised for surfaces and their material characteristics (for example, for glass, ceramics, stone, concrete, plaster/finery, masonry, natural stones, textiles etc).

Through self-organising anti adhesion components, the 'nanos' form an invisible barrier similar to glass. Only the 'nanos' remain on the sealed surfaces, while the carring agent evaporates.

The process given below depicts how the coating organizes itself on a surface upon application.

How a Nanotechnology Sealant Works