Research has shown that a thin cellulose film can inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 virus within minutes, inhibit the growth of bacteria including E.coli, and mitigate contact transfer of pathogens. The coating is invisible to the naked eye, and is abrasion resistant under dry conditions, making it suitable for use on high-traffic objects such as door handles and handrails.
NanoRustX (NRX) NanoPrime works by chemically reacting with iron and iron oxide (rust) to form iron phosphate and creates a nano bond with both metallic and painted surfaces. The chemically bonded layer is insoluble and extremely corrosion resistant.
Because of the performance capabilities of the new water-based acrylic polymer primers and their applicability to nearly all substrates, paint manufacturers have an opportunity to consolidate their primer inventory and provide their customers with a solution for the most challenging corrosive environments.
Successful incorporation of nanomaterials into optical display coatings relies on the core expertise of engineering finely tuned nanoparticles, dispersal in a variety of solvents and scaling these processes to commercial volumes.
Manufacturers of storage tanks and antistatic lining coatings can gain a competitive edge by switching to graphene nanotube-based concentrates for their products. Uniform, permanent and stable resistivity ensures enhanced safety at their clients’ highly hazardous plants and reduces the cost of lining coatings.
Cold Spray Technology covers a wide spectrum of various aspects of the Cold Spray technology, including gas-dynamics, physics of interaction of high-speed solid particles with a substrate as well as equipment, technologies, and applications.