NanoProtech, a new waterproof coating for electrical components out of South Africa:
NanoProtech protects electronic and electric devices and installations from humidity and wet conditions of all kinds. It guarantees the electric conductivity of connection assemblies and contacts even under water, without leading to the otherwise inevitable short circuits or flash overs.
Nanoprotech uses the most advanced nanotechnology to deliver unparalleled results. Significantly prolonging the service life of domestic and industrial machinery by simply protecting it from corrosion and water damage.
Intelligent and dynamic, the coating ensures a water repellent barrier at all times. When components are attached, the coating ‘opens up’ allowing ion exchange. Detaching components then actions the coating into ‘closing up’ over the newly exposed metal surfaces to prevent short-circuiting.
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