Nano coating describes the application of nanostructures on surfaces. These surfaces can for example be superhydrophobic (the fluids reach the surface to form beads and run down) or super-hydrophilic (liquid to reach the surface, form a liquid film and expire if any). This means that the surfaces are sealed and therefore water-repellent. This allows an easier cleaning. There are also spray coatings, which form such nano-structures. These coatings are applied to previously according microstructured surfaces, a lotus effect can be achieved. Such treated surfaces are chemically stable and exhibit (for example, to solvents).
After the appropriate nano-substance is applied to the cleaned material, the nanoparticles were organized to the desired structure. Metals, glass, textiles, plastics and minerals. can be coated The advantage in textiles (eg carpets) compared with normal impregnation is the high mechanical strength, for example for machine cleaning. Use a nano-coating for example in bathrooms, as an anti-fingerprint coating on screens, as self-cleaning façade paint or as protection for cars.
Our products are therefore recommended for all businesses with hygienic regulations, for example, food selling businesses, restaurants, cafes, butchers, abattoirs etc. Our products are, of course, also recommended for private use to protect all sorts of things against contaminants or weathering and to save time and money on the use of cleaning agents.