The Ultimate Paint Protection
Ceramic Pro 9H is a multi-layer-able, clear, non-yellowing, liquid nano-ceramic coating. The thickness of the coating can be increased with additional layers allowing a thicker/harder film that will increase protection. When cured, this technology will transform itself on the surface to a permanent, ridged, flexible glass shield, bonding to and protecting the substrate. Ceramic Pro can be described as an additional clear coat, with 3 times the hardness and self-cleaning properties. Ceramic Pro products have been tested by SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification and certification entity.
The coating will protect the vehicles exterior and interior from deteriorating. The resale market value will therefore be substantially higher!
GLOSS OR COLOR CHANGES
The coating does not always increase gloss. It preserves the shine of a surface at the time of treatment. Color and shine depend on the surface being treated.
PRESERVATION OF FACTORY PAINT
Ceramic Pro once cured, is measured to have hardness above 9H. Normal clear coat has hardness between 2H and 4H. The glass shield prevents minor scratches to your clear coat and acts as a sacrificial layer. Any surface scratches that happen in the coating are easily removed with light polishing which will not weaken the integrity of the original clear coat.
OXIDATION & CORROSION RESISTANT
Ceramic Pro protects paint and metal from coming into contact with water and oxygen preventing oxidation and corrosion. The chemical tests conducted by SGS and internally are: 5% salt spray for 350 hours with results of no visible damage, as well as 5% salt spray for 5000 hours with no visible damage (internal test).
Ceramic Pro 9H is a one-time application if maintained correctly. Once the Ceramic Pro glass shield has cured it can only be removed through abrasion. This type of protection puts Ceramic Pro in a category by itself, compare to sealants or waxes that degrade quickly.
The Ceramic nanoparticles fill the smallest pores in the paint which makes the Ceramic Pro glass shield shiny, smooth, and extremely slick or hydrophobic. For this reason lowers the surface tension preventing environmental pests from bonding to the surface. Removal of bird droppings, bug build-up, dirt, tar, and graffiti a breeze. A surface level of hydrophobia is dependent on the water contact angle of the surface. The higher the angle the less dirt or liquid will attach to the surface via the self-cleaning effect. Water easily removes dirt from the surface by encapsulating it while rolling off the surface.
The slickness of the coated surface doesn’t allow dirt, break dust, and tar to stick to your car’s paint, wheels or glass as easily. This makes washing your vehicle less labor intensive and less frequent. The need for waxing is obsolete.
With Ceramic Pro your paint won’t fade or age due to the UV protection in the glass coating.
Ceramic Pro has proven to be a perfect coating for surfaces that are exposed to expansion and deformation. The test conducted by the SGS is the Mandrel Bend Test (ASTM D522 test). This test is useful in evaluating the flexibility of coatings on substrates. Result: 0 mm of coating loss at 180° rotation.
Ceramic Pro is a non-toxic product and the tests that have been conducted by SGS are: ASTM F963-08 (4,3,5) Heavy Metal Lead, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Cadmium, Chromium, Mercury, Selenium. Result: Not detected in all tested substances.
In the coating industry a products hardness or ability to resist scratches is determined by the pencil test. In the Pencil test conducted by SGS (JIS K5400) a coated panel is placed on a firm horizontal surface. The pencil is held firmly against the film at a 45° angle (pointed away from the operator) and pushed away from the operator in a 0.256-inch strokes. On a scale ranging from 6B (softest) to 9H (hardest), Strong has been tested and classified above 9H. impact In the Impact resistance testing conducted by SGS (ASTM D2794 test) coatings attached to substrates are subjected to damaging impacts during the manufacture of articles and their use in service. This test method for impact resistance is useful in predicting the performance of organic coatings and their ability to resist cracking caused by impacts. Result: 80/80 inch pounds.
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