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Nanogate-Technology®

With a technology portfolio which in many respects is at the forefront of international developments, we open up a new world of surfaces for your business.

Buildings

Nanogate offers a range of applications that have proved their worth among our customers over the years.

  • Dirt-repellent functions for porous floor surfaces
  • Water-repellent coatings for façades
  • Systems for tunnel coatings

An ‘invisible’ coating based on Nanogate-Technology® prevents moisture from seeping into mineral compounds and protects natural stone, sandstone and concrete from the sun, wind and rain. This means that stone is better protected from the elements without the breathability or the optical and haptic impression of the material being changed. 

Extremely high-performance, certified systems for use in road and tunnel construction use hydrophobic, dirt-resistant coatings to make road tunnels brighter and easier to clean. They prevent dirt from forming a chemical bond with the surface, which means that chemical aids are no longer necessary for the cleaning process, which in turn minimises both disposal costs and the impact on the environment.

New design concepts with plastic

Enhanced plastic surfaces that are characterised by particular resistance to UV rays and weather conditions as well as an excellent resistance to breakage are very suitable for developing new building concepts, both internally and externally. Plastic goes beyond what glass is able to do. 

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Our coatings provide value retention, safety and more comfort.
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Nanogate-Technology®

With a technology portfolio which in many respects is at the forefront of international developments, we open up a new world of surfaces for your business.
Read more