High weather resistance all-inorganic
Inorganic coatings mainly use inorganic binder silica sol as a film-forming material. Silica sol is a mineral in nature that does not contain harmful substances, non-toxic, odorless, and non-irritating coating materials. It is no harmful to the environment and human health.
Inorganic coatings mainly use inorganic binder silica sol as the film-forming material. The particle size of silica sol is small enough to penetrate into the crevices. Silica sol is a mineral in nature, free from harmful substances, non-toxic, odorless and non-irritating coating material. It is harmless to the environment and human health.
Flame Resistant Coating
First-class fire-resistant coatings primarily use inorganic binder silicon sol-gel as the film-forming material. Silicon sol-gel is a natural mineral that contains no harmful substances, making it a non-toxic, odorless, and non-irritating fire-resistant material with no adverse effects on the environment and human health.
Anti-corrosion and anti-mildew paint
Traditional organic protective coatings have larger molecular weights and lower weather resistance, resulting in limited protective effectiveness. Inorganic anti-corrosion and anti-mold protective coatings consist of nanoparticles, allowing them to effectively penetrate gaps. They exhibit strong weather resistance and can be used outdoors for extended periods.