Nano-Ceramic coating is not a sealant or a wax polish. It forms an everlasting bonding to the paint and can only be removed through abrasion. When cured, this unique and highly advanced formula will transform itself on the surface to a permanent rigid glass shield.
The nano-ceramic coating doesn’t harden completely but has a complex two-layer coating system, once applied, giving it a SoftLayer at the bottom and a hard layer at the top, ensuring maximum resistance and elasticity superior to other forms of coatings.
The nano-ceramic coating gives surfaces both protection from environmental aspects and multiple features without changing surface characteristic like colour, texture and breathability. Their application surfaces are unlimited and are globally used in automotive sectors: painted surfaces, glass, ceramics, metal, wood, plastic, mineral surfaces. One of the key benefits of nanocoatings is their outstanding durability.
9H hardness is a rating on the Pencil Hardness Test, commonly used by manufacturers of clear and pigmented surface coatings. A standard pencil is graded at 2HB in the US, a super hard technical drawing pencil is 7H, and the hardest is 9H.
The nano-ceramic coating gives 9H hardness and will cleaner for longer as dirt and grime will not stick to the surface and the super-hydrophobic effect of the coating will cause water to bead up and a roll of the surface with any dirt and grime, the hard ceramic film also offers superior protection from damaging contamination and harsh chemicals.
9H forms a permanent bond to the paint work and will not wash away or break, 9H can only be removed by abrasion making it a highly durable protective coating.
The unique formulation of 9H has enabled it to be multi-layered which means the thickness of the coating can be increased with additional layers allowing a thicker/harder film that will increase its scratch resistance.
Nano-ceramic coatings are usually applied onto surfaces, thus altering the surface energy of materials, to make products capable of desired properties. These properties can be simply listed as:
The word “nano” refers to a unit prefix of one billionth, and nanoscale is at 1-100 nanometers used in science to define length and time.
Nano-coating is defined as a modification of surfaces within a thickness range from a fraction of nanometers to sub-micrometres via chemical compounds consisting of nanometer-scaled particles and useful agents in order to improve functionality or prevent harmful effects of external factors on end-use products.