HIGH QUALITY SIO2-COATINGS
BASED ON NANO-TECHNOLOGY FOR SMOOTH GLASS AND
GLAZED CERAMIC SURFACES
RnT - GC-1®/ RnT - GC-2®/ RnT - GC-3®/ RnT - GC-4®
These coatings were designed to enable smooth, glass-like surfaces to have less contact wit
particles. The hydro- and oleophobic effects cause particles of contamination such as grease
lime and materials from environmental pollution to adhere less to the substrates, and allow th
be easily removed from the coating, i.e. without applying abrasive agents ("Easy-clean" effec
EXAMPLES OF USE:
Glass surfaces in sanitary areas (showers, mirrors)
Glazed ceramic surfaces (toilets, sinks, glazed tiles)
Window glass + construction glass (curtain walls, high-rise buildings)
Highly polished stoneware
Strong anti-stick properties
Good to excellent easy-clean performance on contamination and lime-scale
Invisible to the human eye and ultra-thin (coating thickness: 80-140 nm or 0.00008mm –
Permanent (UV-stable, enormous abrasion-resistance)
Resistant to temperature change
Simple manual application
Chemical-resistant (except for pH value over 12.5)
1. Manual: Application with circular motion using a clean paper, linen or polisher
2. Industrial: Available as polish-coat systems or spray-coating systems.
This SiO2-coating is completely networked and hardened after 24 hours. The easy-clean effect can
only be tested after this hardening phase.
Unopened original containers can be stored for at least 2 years.
Recommended storage- and transport temperature: -3 to 30°C
ADVANTAGES OF OUR SIO2-COATINGS IN COMPARISON WITH COMPETITIVE PRODUCTS:
Permanence and longevity:
UV-stability enables functionality for a number of years, approximately the lifetime of the coated
Many competitive products are damaged slowly by sunlight.
Abrasion-resistant easy-clean effect
A permanent chemical bond with the substrate enables excellent abrasion resistance.
Many competitive products can be easily removed by abrasion.
The product is resistant to almost all standard household and industrial cleaners (with the
exception of concentrated lye). The coatings are as stable as the substrate.