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Nano Technology Coatings: Primers, Topcoats, and Sealers

ArmorPoxy is at the forefront of innovation in surface protection and the world of nanotechnology coatings. In an era where precision and performance are paramount, nanotechnology has emerged as a game-changer in enhancing the durability and functionality of coatings. At the intersection of science and engineering, these coatings are engineered at the molecular level, harnessing the unique properties of nanoparticles to create surfaces that defy conventional limitations. From self-cleaning properties to exceptional resistance against wear and corrosion, nanotechnology coatings represent a quantum leap in the pursuit of longer-lasting, more resilient surfaces.

ArmorPoxy carries a variety of new to the market nano technology coatings that can save you time and money by using these new types of coatings. These coatings include Silicone/Ceramic topcoat that can be applied to virtualy any surface, Silicon/Ceramic Concrete Sealer and matching Primer, Silicone/Ceramic VCT Coating, and amazing NO PREP Primer that allows virtually any coating to be applied to almost any surface without the need for etching or mechancial prep. 

  1. Enhanced Durability: Nano-coatings create a protective layer that can significantly improve the durability of surfaces. They are highly resistant to scratches, abrasion, and wear, making them ideal for use on high-traffic or easily damaged materials.
  2. Easy to Apply: These coatings apply with just an acetone-type sprayer sold by Armorpoxy. 
  3. Eliminates Surface Prep: The Armorpoxy No-Prep Bonding Primer allows a user to simply spray on this special bonding Primer, wait 10-20 minutes and then apply epoxy, urethane or polyaspartic with zero prep! Armorpoxy No-Prep is so strong that adhesion testing has proven that the concrete will fail before the coating will! 
  4. Water and Oil Repellency: Nano-coatings can impart hydrophobic (water-repellent) and oleophobic (oil-repellent) properties to surfaces. This makes them easy to clean and resistant to staining from liquids, oils, and contaminants.
  5. UV Protection: Nano-coatings can offer UV protection to surfaces, preventing fading, degradation, and discoloration caused by exposure to sunlight. This is particularly important for outdoor applications.
  6. Corrosion Resistance: Nano-coatings can provide a barrier against corrosion and oxidation, extending the lifespan of metal surfaces and structures. They are often used in the automotive, aerospace, and marine industries.
  7. Improved Heat Resistance: Some nano-coatings can enhance the heat resistance of materials, making them suitable for use in high-temperature environments. This is valuable in industries like manufacturing and electronics.
  8. Self-Cleaning Properties: Certain nano-coatings possess self-cleaning properties, where dirt and contaminants are less likely to adhere to the surface. This reduces the need for frequent cleaning and maintenance.
  9. Anti-Fouling: Nano-coatings can deter the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria and algae, on surfaces, which is useful in medical equipment, marine applications, and food processing.
  10. Improved Optical Properties: Nano-coatings can improve the optical properties of materials, such as increasing transparency or reducing glare. This is valuable in optics and display technologies.
  11. Energy Efficiency: In construction and automotive applications, nano-coatings can enhance energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer and improving insulation properties.
  12. Environmental Benefits: Nano-coatings can be designed to have low environmental impact. They often require less maintenance and reduce the need for harsh cleaning chemicals, which can be eco-friendly.
  13. Versatility: Nano-coatings can be applied to a wide variety of surfaces, including metals, glass, ceramics, plastics, textiles, and more, making them versatile solutions for numerous industries.
  14. Cost Savings: While the initial cost of applying nano-coatings may be higher than traditional coatings, the long-term benefits in terms of reduced maintenance and extended lifespan can lead to cost savings over time.