What is Nanocoating
A nanocoating is synthesized using molecular engineering techniques to create a nano-structured polymer/ coating. ATI’s access to patent pending nano-structured polymer based nanocoatings provide extreme crosslink density with remarkable flexibility.
Nanoparticles can be used as an additive in a coating to reinforce the polymer matrix, reduce UV degradation of the substrate, improve chemical resistance and change the coat- ings electrochemical properties. The technique of using nanoparticles to maximize the physical surface properties of a coating are limiting. Adding nanoparticles to a polymer matrix depend on the molecular structure of the polymer backbone, size and amount of nanoparticles added, particle dispersion throughout the coating, structure and functionality of the nano particles. ATI and its partners does not rely on the use of nanoparticles to improve the physical properties of coatings.
ATI along with its partner has developed a proprietary nano-structured polymer used in all nanocoatings. This unique 3D polymer architecture offers unique physical properties. Tests prove that the ATI nanocoatings have a dramatic im- provement in scratch resistance and chemical resistance over all other clear coatings in the market today, including those utilizing nanoparticles.
Our revolutionary hard-coat formulations significantly reduce surface scratching and weathering. The product also reduces the time it takes to clean and maintain Industrial and Marine Paint finishes from 50-60% by creating a self-cleaning paint surface.
ATI’s Nanocoatings produce an ultra-scratch resistant and self-cleaning surface. Dirt & Grime simply bead-off a fully cured surface with running water. Our nanotechnology based coatings produce an extreme water repellant, self-cleaning, high-gloss and superhard surface that repels corrosion and other surface growth. Water droplets roll across a cured surface picking-up dirt and contaminants leaving behind a cleaner surface.