Nanotechnology

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Nanotechnology is becoming increasingly important in modern times, and already has many uses in medical applications and technology. It is the use and control of structures and materials that are on the nanoscale (between 1-100 nm), and only a tens or hundreds atoms in size.

 

Actually, nanomaterials are all around us, and can occur naturally, for example in volcanic ash. However, many are designed and produced by scientists for medical, industrial and technology use. The hydrophobic nano-coating, which is formed by millions of nanoparticles, repels water from coming into contact with any electronic / electrical device.

 

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The coating is micro-thin, not visible to the human eye. With the coating covering even internal components, water simply flows right through without coming into contact with any electronic componentsAs a result, nano coating provides IPX4 or IPX7 waterproof protection and anti-corrosion protection. It stops air moisture from contacting with electrical parts or metal parts. Nano particles can self-recover from scratching and rapid use of electronic devices. Therefore, the service life of equipment and appliances can be extended.

 

With the help of Nano Technology, Lexuma X2O Water Repellent Spray can completely waterproof a large variety of devices, completely protecting them accidental water spills and dips. As it is for accidental prevention only, please do not intentionally dip any electronic/electrical devices into water.

 

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