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June 12th, 2006

Coating concepts

Industrial Nanotech's translucent Nansulate Thermal Insulation coatings don’t need to be removed for ultrasound or visual inspections because you can see right through them. The coating’s durable, nanoscale structure conducts heat poorly. It provides corrosion protection, thermal insulation and mold resistance to steel, aluminum, fiberglass, PVC, wood, concrete, plastic and other surfaces.

NaturalNano has developed a nano-augmented coating that may soon simplify shielding with a spray-on paint formulation that blocks RF energy. When applied to a wall, it blocks or reduces RF radiation from entering or exiting the area, allowing the building manager to monitor and control the use of cell phones, WiFi and other two-way electronic devices.


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