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Reality of Industrial Coatings

Ceramic coatings were originally invented as protective chemicals for industrial surfaces. But as more and more new materials are used in buildings, a wider variety of ceramic coatings are required. However, many companies only have 2~3 different types of coatings, and are using them on multiple different surfaces.

A wide range of different materials are used in buildings.

Various materials such as panel, stone, glass, wood, metal, and plastic are used both inside and outside the building and all of them need a specific coating made for specific material in order to perform best. Also, although the material of the surface may be the same, but depending on the required feature, different coatings may be needed.

Industrial Specified Coatings

CNS TECH INC, has been developing multiple different coatings to cover all the different types of materials and required features.

What are Industrial Specified Coatings?

Understanding Industrial Materials

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Metalic Surface


Wooden Surface

As shown in the pictures above, the crystal structure and pores have different shapes and sizes depending on the material. If the molecular size and density of the coating does not match the material many problems will occur. If the molecular size of the coating is larger than the pore size, the coating will not penetrate deeply into the surface, and the binding quality will decrease, resulting a tremendous fallback in durability. If the molecular size is smaller than the pore size, it penetrates too deeply into the surface and the correct coating performance can’t be performed. 

Frequent Problems

Various problems occur because a single type of coating is used on multiple different surfaces.

If the molecular size of the coating and the pore size of the material fall out of the pairing range, there is a high chance of coating layer becoming separated from the surface. The separation of the coating may happen immediately or may appear after a while. Another problem that frequently happens if the molecule size and the pore size fall out of the paring range is whitening and staining of the surface, just like the separation of the coating, this may happen immediately or after a while.


If the problems mentioned in #1 are things that are visible, there are problems that are invisible as well. For example, if there is a difference between molecular size and pore size there is a tremendous fallback in durability, and thus this leads to coatings loosing its functions a lot sooner than proclaimed.


CNS TECH INC's Advantages

Guaranteed Quality & Wide Product Range

- Coatings are specifically developed for each material.
- All coatings show amazing quality on targeted surface.
- Coatings have 9H or 10H hardness certified by SGS.
- Products are easy to use
- Wide range of products from DIY to Professional level.
- Multiple types such as spray, pad, roller, and etc.

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