special nanostructure of the lotus leaf gives it a miraculous
self-cleaning ability. Scientist have taken to mimicking this
property. With the continuous development of nanomaterials,
the use of these materials in surface coatings with the grime-resistant
self-cleaning property has become a reality.
- Can be applied on decor for metal buildings or internal and external Aluminum plates.
- Prepared utilizing special nanostructures.
- Self-cleaning grime-resistant coating.
The self-cleaning grime-resistant coating is currently a hot topic in the coatings industry. By inlaying nanomaterials into the coating, a special nanostructure will form on its surface, giving it hydrophobic and oleophobic properties. The coating surface has the ability to adsorb dirt particles, due to the attraction and electrostatic adsorption effect between the coating and dirt particles. This is why buildings always attract dust and are easily dirtied.
The self-cleaning grime-resistant coating has a special nanostructure, giving it a relatively strong repellent force against water and dust. Even though the adsorption will cause grime to accumulate onto the surface of the coating, when it rains a mutual attraction will occur between the rain water and dust particles, while the coating surface repels both. In effect, dust matter will be washed away along with the rain water, thus cleansing the coating. This is the principle behind the technology.
Fineshine's team of scientists in Canada using the most advanced techniques, lead the development of the self-cleaning grime-resistant technology for PVDF fluoropolymer coatings. After a year of commercial use, it has been widely accepted in the market.
The Fluorofine Clean product not only retains the excellent characteristics of fluoropolymer coatings, but also has the new self-cleaning grime-resistant property. For specific information please contact us or our clients.