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January 12th, 2005

The Tiler and the Gecko

The breakthrough - lightweight mortar technology and nanotechnology in symbiosis

While searching for a proper do-it-all substance, chemists working at PCI Augsburg GmbH, part of the Degussa Group, recently managed to pull off precisely such a feat.

"What proved key to our success was our expertise in the field of nanotechnology", explained Klaus Gunter Theobald, in charge of Central Marketing at PCI Augsburg. And PCI Nanolight is the result - the first universally applicable tiling adhesive.


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