1. What is Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology refers to a field of applied science whose theme is the control of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Generally nanotechnology is approximately 100 nanometers or smaller and involves developing materials or devices within that size. One nanometer (nm) is one billionth, or 10-9 of a meter. To put that scale in context, the comparative size of a nanometer to a meter is the same as that of a football to the size of the earth. Or another way of putting it: A nano particle is really, really small. And Nanoparticles can help to protect surfaces in a better way.
2. Hydrophobic nanotechnology protect surfaces better
Moisture and warmth are the main causes of almost all damages in bathroom materials, like glass, ceramics and chrome. Preventing water ingress into the structure of the surface can eliminate or substantualy downsize the risk of damages to the bathroom caused by moisture. We call this THE LOTUS EFFECT.
3. New: NanoSurfaceProtec
Conventional protectors prevent water ingress but simultaneously seal off the pores blocking water within. They are much less resistant to UV radiation or scratches what allows water to penetrate again. Protectors with NANOSURFACEPROTEC prevent moisture to enter the surface. The water repellent nano-particles of our new NANOSURFACEPROTEC are much, much smaller than the pores of the surface. Due to this and the low viscosity, they penetrate deep into the material and chemically bond to the inner pore walls, thus making the surface hydrophobic. External water is kept from entering the pores, while water vapor generated from within the structure can still escape. The structure of the surface remains breathable.
4. The benefits of NANOSURFACEPROTEC
NANOSURFACEPROTEC water-repellent products create long-lasting protection from negative environmental effects such as:
- Scratch damages
NANOSURFACEPROTEC was designed to combat these problems, not only increasing the longevity of treated surfaces, but also lower the cleaning frequency.
5. How does it work?
The Nanoparticles work in a 3 step process:
|1. The liquid is applied to the surface|
|2. The Nanoparticles organise & arrange themselves. They bond to the surface
& fill up the pores.
|3. They become part of the surface itself
and start doing their job: to protect.