Nanocoating changes the material at a molecular level by applying nanostructures.
When these structures contact the substrate they create a self-organised hydrophobic layer with a thickness of only a few dozen nanometres. The nanoparticles create a firm connection with the surface and ensure that dirt, water and other fluids are repelled (lotus effect).
A nanocoating can be applied to virtually all materials. It is temperature-resistant up to approx. 350°C and ideally suited for fine-pored materials and high-precision applications such as ultra-thin non-stick coatings for easy removal of moulded parts from the mould or as a protective film for frequently cleaned surfaces (glass, facades, etc.).