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Home > Press > DRYWIRED™ Receives MILITARY-STANDARD Certifications from QUANTA LABORATORIES for Its Latest Protective Nano-Coating Technology

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DryWiredTM's surface modification technologies receive positive results from third party facility Quanta Laboratories after a rigorous weeklong examination of DryWired nano-coating's resistance to Humidity, Salt, Water, Dust and Contaminants.

DRYWIRED™ Receives MILITARY-STANDARD Certifications from QUANTA LABORATORIES for Its Latest Protective Nano-Coating Technology

Los Angeles, CA | Posted on June 5th, 2013

DryWired and its subsidiary DryWired Defense, called upon Santa Clara, California based Quanta Laboratories to test the resilience of the latest DryWired protective nano-coating against rigorous U.S. Military standards. Several DryWired nano-coated mobile devices such as the Apple iPhone 4s and the Samsung Galaxy S3 were tested under strenuous conditions. DryWired's nano-coated mobile devices successfully met the demands of Military Standard certification. DryWired's nano-coating was certified as having passed the Temperature Humidity Test (Per MIL-STD-810G Method 507.5), the Salt Fog Test (Per MIL-STD-810G Method 509.5), Water Ingress Test (Per IEC 60529 IPX7), and Dust Ingress Test (IEC 60529 IP5X. Particularly noteworthy is the Water Ingress Test, which gained DryWired's nano-coating a new IPX7 certification of one (1) hour under a meter of water, thereby doubling their competitor's claims of timed immersions. The extent and variety of these tests further highlights the DryWired nano-coating's ability to prolong the life of electronics subjected to a wide range of environmental hazards.

"We have spent the last few months looking for ways to strengthen our protective solutions and give further confidence to our customers that our nano-coating is the one to trust under harsh conditions. Today, it is with great pleasure that we publicize the results of several months of R&D," said Chief Operating Officer of DryWired, Felipe Pimiento. "Having a reputable independent third party like Quanta Laboratories perform our U.S. Military standard testing was important to us especially now that our coating is available through the streamlined GSA Acquisition process."

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About DryWired
DryWired Defense™, a subsidiary of Los Angeles based technology firm DryWired, licenses, markets and distributes revolutionary patented nano-coating technologies internationally. DryWired™’s surface modification technologies are non-toxic, invisible, permanent and undetectable to touch. These nano-coating technologies were developed and refined over the last 30 years by Award-winning American and European engineers in the surface modification industries. DryWired™’s nano-coating technologies are backed by a combined 44 International Patent Families issued to our scientific and engineering partners.

About Quanta Laboratories

For over 20 years, Quanta Laboratories has supported product-testing requirements for the nation's computer, fiber optics, telecommunications, medical, food, aerospace/defense, and other high-tech electronic industries. Quanta Laboratories is the largest and most experienced independent environmental testing laboratory in Northern California and a recognized provider of environmental stress screening (ESS/HALT/HASS), vibration, shock, temperature/humidity/altitude testing, NEBS/seismic testing, engineered test services and special tests.

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