OXFORD, England - P2i, a leader in liquid-repellent nano technology, has hit a milestone by protecting 100 million smartphones from water damage with its liquid-repellent coating. Whether it's at home or on the move, P2i's patented nano-coating allows anything electronic to survive liquid exposure from everyday accidents.

Carl Francis, Chief Executive Officer at P2i, commented on the milestone, "This is a tremendous landmark for P2i and a testament to our cutting-edge technology, as well as our unrivalled ability to operate in high-volume manufacturing environments. In just 12 years, we've gone from tech start-up to trusted global brand."

With a focus on the consumer electronics industry, P2i technology makes devices water resistant, improving their reliability and allowing them to survive liquid exposure in everyday accidents. Using a patented pulsed plasma process, P2i's technology coats objects with an invisible protective coating that is 1/1000th the thickness of a human hair.

Headquartered near Oxford in England, P2i works directly with the world's leading OEMs to integrate its nano-coating technology into existing manufacturing lines. The company has roughly 100 employees and three laboratory facilities in the UK, United States and China to support its continuous development work.