About nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is not just a temporary fashion but the result from long lasting intensive research. Nano-products, in comparison to previous sealing procedures, reach a significantly longer effective period than products containing acrylic, silicone or oil, and therefore represent a quantum jump within the sealing technology.

Due to the roll -off-effect that results from the sealing with nano-products you can save up to 90% of detergents and working hours. This is environmentally sound. Thus, our corporate philosophy can be described as:

Simply thinking “green” is not enough.
Act, for the sake of our environment.
We only have one.
For that, we have the right products.

Please find more information about our philosophy under the menu item Corporation - Philosophy.

What does nanotechnology mean?

The term “nanotechnology” is Greek and means “dwarf”. Nano is used as abbreviation for one part in billion.

Accordingly, one nanometer is one part in billion of one meter. Comparing size proportions, one nanometer relates to one meter like a hazelnut to the earth.

Scientists successfully recreated these size proportions that were previously reserved to nature exclusively.

The nanotechnology therefore creates absolutely new application opportunities, i.e. to change the characteristics of surfaces at molecular level.

Where does nanotechnology originate from?

Nanotechnology in nature is modeled on the lotus leave: It has such a smooth surface, that liquids like water, resin or honey simply roll off. Scientists were able to simulate this effect and to customize it for humans using nano-products for surface treatment.

How does nanotechnology work?

Nano-sealings contain nano-particles with components on the one hand, that firmly conjoin with the surface, and components on the other hand, that repel dirt, water and other liquids. These two components again are conjoined by vitreous components that grant hardness to the sealings.

These particles arrange in a smart way when applied (phase 1): the conjoining components move towards the surface; the anti-coating components straighten up towards the air (phase 2). Because of this “self-arrangement” an ultra thin, vitreous level will be generated, which then forms a homogeneous alliance with the surface and thus guarantees an extremely long durability (phase 3).

What is the use of nanotechnology?

The nano-coating of a surface results in the fact that dirt and defilements can not or only limitedly survive. The dirt simply “rolls off” under running water. Advantage: None or fewer detergents are necessary, which in turn will spare the environment and your pocket. Even the expenditure of time for cleaning and the cleaning intervals can significantly be reduced.

Basically all surfaces can be treated with nano-products. Presently, nano-products are mostly known in the industry, construction and motorcar businesses. Nevertheless, more and more private households use the benefits that come along with nano-products.