Diamon Fusion® Nanocoating System


DFI’s coating is applicable to most surfaces containing silica (silicon dioxide) such as glass, ceramic tile, porcelain, granite and quartz. The end result is a cross-linked and branched, capped silicone film. The Diamon-Fusion® patented nanocoating system can be delivered in five different application methods:

  • Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) batch process: coats both sides; for higher volumes; industrial applications
  • High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) Spray System: uses an air spray gun
  • Hand Applied Generation (HAB): for smaller volumes
  • NanoPax™ System: effective pre-moistened towelettes (wipes)
  • On-Line Production System: for conveyer-belt mass production

How the Diamon Fusion® Process Works (FAQ#5):

"DFI's nanotechnology, patented in the US and branded under the Diamon Fusion® trademark, uses a two-stage chemical process. The chemical reaction created in the first stage causes a "cross-linked" and "branched" ultra thin silicone film (nanofilm) to be grown from below the surface out. The second stage 'caps' the entire chain of atoms. This unique 'capping' substantially increases the hydrophobicity and durability, leaving, chemically speaking, no points of attachment for contaminants and creating a truly repellant charge. Through simple neutralization, all chemicals become inert within a few seconds. No curing time is needed since the chemical reaction itself occurs in less than 2 seconds."

Information Verified: 
April, 2013

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