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coatings

  • COATINGS AND SURFACE PROTECTION
  • coating SYSTEM
  • GLASS COATING
  • LEATHER COATING
  • RIM COATING
  • TRIM COATING
  • TEXTILE COATING

Wolf’s nano and nano ceramic coatings and surface protection

Nano Glass guard and Rim Shield are considered as basic nano coatings because of their thickness and emergence of Wolf Ltd’s products.

The Nano leathercare (Hide Rophobe), Nano textil sealent (Textil Coat), nano plastic care (Trim Coat), and the paint sealents (Nano polish, Nano Glaze, Nano hard waxes) are considered as nano ceramic coatings because these coats are containing Si02 (Silicium Oxide) and their thickness can be measured by microns. The amount of their protectiveness and lasting is basically defined by the thickness of the coats.



The build of super hidrophobe, nano, and nano ceramic coats:





1./ The first or “bonding layer” connects to the surface. This bond can be chemical or physical. The chemical bond can only be formed on surfaces (for example glass) that are chemically active. The bond on chemically inactive surfaces is formed phisically.

2./ There is such a glassy middle frame over the „bonding layer” (this is the „ which is in charge of the hardness, wear-proof of the nano coat.

3./ The third “hydrophobic layer” bonds to the previously formed layer and provides the surface roughness which creates the hydrophobic lotus effect, and doesn’t let anything to stict to it roughly. This layer provides a layer that makes the water and other contaminants repel in stead of sticking on. This is a self-cleaning feature which is true to most of Wolf’s nano, and nano ceramic coats.

This is the most vulnerable layer of this coat because it consumes most of all the environment’s effects. The coat is able to lose it’s hydrophobity by touching with aggressive chemical compounds, mechanic effects.

The features of nano, and nano ceramic coats:

The uppermost layer is pretty thin (measured in microns) which provides the most important feature of the coat, considered as the lotus effect (self-cleaning).

All in all, the ’’hardness’’ ’’thickness’’ is which provides the durability of the middle layer which is such rough and vitreous.

- The coating forms a very strong bond to the surface and the “bonding layer” is quite difficult to remove

- The coating does not “layer”, meaning that adding several layers will not “build” or make a thicker coating. In other words, it will not adhere to itself.