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December 7th, 2007

Nanotechnology–based corrosion prevention on stainless steel using Nanoprotect Metal 2in1 from Nanotec

Abstract:
Nanoprotect Metal 2in1 from Nanotec is a one component, semi-permanent hybrid nanotechnology treatment. It provides long-term corrosion protection for all kinds of stainless steel, and has been extensively tested in coastal areas such as Sydney's Northern Beaches.

Nanoprotect Metal 2in1 acts in two ways - it cleans and then protects the stainless steel. The product can be used to remove dirt, grime and rust from a steel surface, and once clean will protect that surface against corrosion and "tea staining", while making it very easy to clean and maintain.

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