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Iranian researchers at P.I.M (Jazika) Co. came up with a new product which helps to preserve historical relics and monuments against deteriorating weather conditions applying nanotechnology.

Nanotechnology to Save Antiques from Demolition

Iran | Posted on November 26th, 2009

The product, named NanoSeal, which has been offered at Iranian market recently, is capable of protecting any surfaces like plaster walls, bentonite structures, and bricks against humidity, Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) reported.

According to the company's experts, the product benefits from a number of advantages like, resistance against sunlight, corrosion, erosion etc. making it economical to preserve buildings and constructions.

Depending on the type of the surface, the dosage of the mentioned product should be about 200 to 400 milliliters per one square meter.

Another product by the company is named NanoCX800 which is useful in sealing concrete tanks. It can completely seal any concrete tank or vessel and it doesn't block concrete breathing.

The products along with four concrete samples were presented by Jazika at the International Iran Nano2009 Exhibition held on November 4-8 in Tehran.

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