Nanotechnology

The term nanocoating refers to nanoscale (i.e. with a thickness of a few tens to a few hundreds of nanometers) thin-films that are applied to surfaces in order create or improve a material’s functionalities such as corrosion protection, water and ice protection, friction reduction, antifouling and antibacterial properties, self-cleaning, heat and radiation resistance, and thermal management.

Nanocoating Solution

  • IP68 Protection
  • Prevent Corrosion
  • Non-Sticking Properties
  • Anti-Bacterial

How It Works

Testings Performed

– UL94
– Die Electric Salt Spray
– IP68
– ASTMG-21

– Vibration 
– Military Grade 
– 9H Hardness
– RoHS Compliant

GlassX

Pure Liquid Glass

Engineered from Quartz, a mineral composed of silicon and oxygen. Here atoms are formed in a continuous framework of SiO2 silicon-oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra , giving an overall chemical formula of SiO2. When applied to glass, it modifies the screen making it 10x stronger.

Sustainability

Electronics that go to waste are impacted by water damage, dust and corrosion.

60% Trashed

E-WASTE

40% Recycled

Nanocoating electronics can expand their longevity and help reduce e-waste around the globe.

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