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November 6th, 2007

Nanotechnology automotive glass product from Nanotec performs in Canada

Abstract:
Nanoprotect AG for automotive glass from Nanotec has been successfully used on car windscreens in Canada. Nanotec partner Répare Bris has been extensively using this product under the full range of Northern Hemisphere conditions, with stunning results.

Nanoprotect AG is a unique, transparent, water repellent nanotechnology treatment specifically developed for automotive glass. Nanoparticles adhere directly to the glass and assemble into an invisible, ultra-thin, three dimensional mesh which provides a hydrophobic (water repelling) surface. The glass maintains its original clarity, while being protected against the elements. Water runs off easily from the treated surface and most dirt particles are washed off by rain or when rinsed with water.

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