THE BENEFITS OF GRAPHENE COATING
Take your vehicle’s appearance to a whole new level
Graphene provides an extremely wet, glossy look, enhanced reflectivity, and has both anti-fouling & UV resistant properties. It can also enhance the color of your vehicle’s paint, brining out the true depth of the paint.
SPS Graphene creates an ultra-smooth surface that greatly reduces friction, thus lowering the amount of force created by abrasive actions that can otherwise cause fine-lines and scratches. This is achieved by Graphene’s low surface friction and a contact angle of 125 degrees.
SPS Graphene Coating greatly decreases the potential for water-spotting. Stubborn etchings will be far less likely to penetrate and damage the clear coat and paint on professionally treated surfaces. This makes SPS Graphene Coating ideal for vehicles that spend the majority of their time outdoors and exposed to the elements.
Graphene ensures that nasty bird droppings, harmful tree sap, dead bugs and harsh chemicals will be less likely to penetrate, stain and damage treated surfaces, making your vehicle’s paint look amazing despite everything working to damage it!
The Durability Advantage--even at its simplest one-atom thick form, Graphene does not tear due to its high tensile strength. When combined with polydimethysiloxane (PDMS) coatings, Graphene helps to make an even better coating. Our Graphene coating cures into an advanced nano structure that bonds to the substrate creating a semi permanent layer protecting against the harsh elements.
Graphene makes washing and maintaining your vehicle easier thanks to next level self-cleaning hydrophobics, which makes for easy cleaning and drying.
More about Graphene
Graphene is said to be a miracle material due to an abundance of beneficial properties. Even in it’s simplest form, a thin one atom thick substance, it is the lightest, strongest, thinnest material known to man.
Being a carbon-based material coupled with the presence of oxygen functionalities, graphene oxide can be easily dispersed in organic solvents, water, and polymer matrixes. This compatibility as a filler with polymer coatings (in this case polydimethylsiloxanes) is crucial, as it allows coatings to benefit from its properties.