FAQ ASKED QUESTIONS About (Thin Film) Ceramic Coating

Tuesday May 17th, 2022

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Although the name Ceramic Coating or Polydimethylsiloxanes (PDMS) is already widely known among detailers and consumers, however coating on higher chemical platforms such as (Thin Film) Ceramic Coating based on crosslinked silicon-nitrogen polymers and ceramics derived from reactions of dichlorosilane with ammonia are not really well understood.

NANO-CERAMIC®, the vertical supplier and manufacturer with its own labs and producer of both types, will answer eight frequently asked questions about common PDMS versus the SIBC – SIO1- SIO3 – SIO5 (Thin Film) Ceramic Coatings.

After reading you will have a better understanding of these impressive high-tech coating systems.

HOW THE COATING MARKET LOOKS LIKE?

There are many different coatings on the market today, but not all of these coatings are the same. The ingredients to make a high-tech layer are expensive and due to competition, some more competitive layers are made with fewer ingredients to achieve a lower cost. Sometimes installers indicate to provide multiple layers of protection. Keep in mind that this factor alone does not guarantee durability.

HOW DO YOU RECOGNIZE LOW DURABILITY COATINGS?

Maximum durability is entirely dependent on the hardness of the layer (after it has fully cured). Hardness is the most important and crucial factor. This can be tested if you apply several coatings side by side. Usually, a hard plastic cigarette lighter as a tool can be used to scratch the layers. If the layer is scratched for sure the layer will be made of Ceramic Coating PDMS. 

PDMS usually is 4 microns thick and can be more easily applied due to more flexibility in the layer structure. If flexibility is added the durability (hardness) will decrease simultaneously, eventually, you may end up with something like hard wax, and this can damage a customer’s confidence in ceramic coatings and the skill of the installer.

HOW DO YOU EDUCATE THE CONSUMERS?

Premium coatings are often misunderstood because the customers do not know where to start. They often were faced with high promises which end up in disappointment, NANO-CERAMIC® is one of the companies that is offering complete technical information about their (Thin Film) Ceramic Coating solutions. Their innovative coatings offer superior performance and are based on maximum hardness. 

WHAT ABOUT THE ORIGINAL CAR’S FACTORY PAINT?

A very important point in achieving maximum hardness is the condition of the car’s factory paint. 

Asian car brands are often softly painted with more glossy paints while European cars are mostly less glossy and hard-painted. If a ceramic layer is applied to a soft-painted car the ceramic layer will be less from hardness compared to a European car with harder factory paint.

WHAT IS THE BEST SOLUTION FOR ALL FACTORY PAINTS?

NANO-CERAMIC® has developed their high-performance SIBC Gorilla Basecoat (non-hydrophobic) which makes the soft factory paint into a very hard foundation. This basecoat is four times harder than the factory paint. You can best compare it with a very thin layer of your smartphone glass.

HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR COATING?

At NANO-CERAMIC® customers will get exactly what is promised simply by choosing one of the following packages:

 

            SIO1 Renew Gloss – 4 microns

            1-Year Warranty 

            Can be compared to PDMS, but is still harder than PDMS

 

            SIO3 Wet Look Gloss – 10 microns 

            SIBC 2.5 micron + SIO3  6-8 micron

            3-Years Warranty  

            Maximum Glossy and considerable harder than PDMS 

 

            SIO5 Diamond Mirror Gloss – 5 microns

            (SIBC 2.5 micron + SIO5 2.5 micron)

            5-Years Warranty  

            High Density compressed much harder than PDMS

 

HOW IS THE QUALITY GUARANTEED?

The coatings are specially developed towards maximum hardness without losing the self-cleaning properties. Next to that they are continuously tested on abrasion and wear according to ASTM D4060 and ASTM D4587.

NANO-CERAMIC is therefore well known in the market as the Leader in Durability

NANO-CERAMIC® Automotive products are produced in accordance with EU/ECHA/USA/OHSA-CANADA WHIMS Regulations and are sold via professional installers only.

 

WHAT INDUSTRIES DO YOU OFFER THIN FILM COATING AND COATING SERVICES?

At NANO-CERAMIC®, we are proud to provide our thin film coating services to the following industries:

  • Automotive
  • Hospitality Home Hotel Airports
  • Transportation
  • Aerospace

IN CASE YOU WANT TO RECEIVE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT NANO-CERAMIC® PLEASE VISIT WWW.NANO-CERAMIC.COM

 

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