CNS TECH INC., specializes in researching/developing/manufacturing Nano-Ceramic Coatings for industries since 1999.
CNS TECH INC., continues to develop latest Nano-Ceramic Technologies and expend the industry day by day.
VESSELS & YACHT INDUSTRY
Whether at sea or the dock, CNS TECH marine coatings preserves all parts of your boat, yacht, and vessles both above and below water.
The marine ceramic coatings are developed with latest nano-ceramic technology. It is nothing like existing clear bra, wax, polish or typical paint sealant. Our new coating exhibits outstanding resistance to salt water, friction, and solvents. Our marine nano-ceramic coating seals, protects, and bonds to all painted marine surfaces including composites.
A breakthrough in marine protection technology, CNS TECH marine coating is a semi-permanent ceramic coating which bonds directly with gel-coat. Relative to size it is easily applied by hand or hvlp in about 30 minutes to your boat, yacht, or ship to provide long-term shine and protection. Our marine coating is a semi-permanent coating that actually becomes the functional surface of your craft’s hull and other paintwork. By creating an inseparable bond on a molecular level with your surface you get a coating that cannot be washed off like a wax or sealant.
Our marine coating acts as a clear coat, which provides increased protection against the elements. This new clear coating is glossier, chemical resistant, and harder than the original paint. Providing incredible protection against salt water, minor scratches, swirl marks, acid rain, bird droppings, and UV rays. This coating doesn’t just form a sacrificial shield of protection like other products. Instead, it bonds into your gelcoat or metal surface creating a semi-permanent shell. This shell provides a very easy to clean barrier against the adherence of contaminants. Our marine nano-ceramic coatings can be applied to the entire exterior of your vessel, including rubber and soft plastic.
Testing has shown that our coatings are extremely resilient to salt water, weathering, and general wear and tear.