Nano-Clear Functional Materials
Nano-Clear Functional Materials were specifically designed to expand the application potential of Nano-Clear NCI Industrial Coating. They can be mixed and blended together with Nano-Clear NCI to create multiple new coating formulations (application specific).
Single component (1K) direct-to-substrate surface treatment & adhesion promoter. Nano-Clear VV-200 provides a covalent bond to properly prepared acid etched aluminum, stainless steel, TPO & ABS Plastics and glass. VV-200 provides corrosion, scratch and chemical resistance with reduced cleaning.
VV-200 as Surface Treatment / Coating
– VV-200 can be used “alone” directly over steel and glass
– Provides corrosion, scratch and chemical resistance
VV-200 as Adhesion Promoter
– Forms a molecular bridge between subtrate & Nano-Clear NCI
The admixing of NCIM Matting Additive into Nano-Clear NCI reduces NCI’s high specular gloss level to a desired “flatness” with no negative effect to its multifunctional properties. This “first-to-market” matting additive is based on Nanovere’s multifunctional polymers and functional nanoparticles.
NCIM Functional Matting Additive
– Extreme scratch resistance: 7H pencil hardness
– Excellent corrosion, chemical and UV resistance
– Remarkable abrasion resistance
– Designed to be applied over CARC paints
Nano-Clear Accelerator (NCA) is a proprietary functional additive designed to accelerate the dust & tack-free times of Nano-Clear NCI during coating applications.
NCA Functional Accelerator
– Faster dry, tack and cure times for Nano-Clear NCI
– Increased hardness without affecting flexibility
– Easy incorporation into NCI prior to coating application
Nano-Clear Fluoropolymer NCFP is a proprietary, low surface energy, fluoropolymer additive. NCFP improves dirt, oil, water, ice & paint repellency when added to Nano-Clear NCI.
NCFP Fluoropolymer Functional Additive
– Repellency to water, ice, dirt, oil & algae
– Improved slip resistance when added to Nano-Clear NCI
– Produces and anti-graffiti / paint release effect