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Is nano coating harmful

Each piece of NanoEnzo Nano Coatings has unique value propositions, but the most common benefits of our PFAS-free coatings are listed below:

Scratch resistance
Easy to clean
Stain resistance
UV protection
Chemical protection
Antimicrobial and antiviral
Moreover, with our many years of experience in the sector, we continue to develop new products according to our customers' requirements and expand our product range daily.



Our STABU specification codes are:

HYB.PR                 = Hybride Poreus

HYB.NP                = Hybride Niet Poreus

NCN.BT                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Beton

NCN.NS               = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Natuursteen

NCN.GL                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Glas

NCN.MT              = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Metaal

NCN.HT                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Hout

NCN.KS                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Kunststof

NCN.AG               = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Anti-Graffiti

NCN.AS                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Anti-Slip

NCN.KR                = Nano Coating NanoEnzo Keramisch

What is Nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology: The Science of Protection

Nanotechnology, the promise of the future, offers a revolutionary approach to protecting valuable assets and reducing cleaning times. This groundbreaking science redefines how fluids and contaminants interact with any material surface, delivering unprecedented benefits.

At NanoEnzo we have developed a range of durable nano coatings that protect every conceivable surface. Microscopic particles of silicon dioxide are carefully manipulated to create a strong bond with the surface, resulting in a range of benefits that were previously unthinkable. Our coatings are incredibly thin and invisible to the naked eye, yet provide an impermeable barrier to liquids and dirt while preserving the appearance and texture of the surface.

The benefits of our nanocoatings are versatile:

Simple, DIY application
Safe and non-toxic
Food safe
Reduces cleaning time and chemical use by 90%
Scratch resistant
Long lasting: up to 5 years for most coatings
Protects against stains, UV damage and water damage
Extends the life of assets and improves their value
Nanotechnology offers unprecedented possibilities for the future. By applying nanoparticles, we create superior surface coatings that are smoother, more resilient and more durable than ever before. Whether glass, metal, wood, stone or fabric, our coatings provide unparalleled protection and performance.

At NanoEnzo we continue to innovate and strive to continuously improve our products. The applications of nanotechnology are endless and we believe these solutions will soon be part of everyday life.

Discover the possibilities of nanotechnology for your projects and assets today. With N

What is nanotechnology

As explained under 'What is nanotechnology', this concerns a technique or elements on a scale of a millionth of a millimeter. To get an idea of ‚Äč‚Äčthis, a small fact: a human hair has a thickness of 80,000 nanometers. A nano is therefore much, much smaller than the thickness of a human hair and is active at the simple molecular level.

The same applies to our nanocoatings. Our nano coatings contain (environmentally friendly) nano particles with which we add something to the material you apply and protect, making it water, grease and dirt repellent and making it more sustainable due to the protection that our coatings also provide. In other words, less maintenance, less cleaning and therefore lower costs. And not to forget, a reduction of your CO2 footprint.

Which products are included in the range?

Discover the diversity of NanoEnzo's coatings for surface protection and improved performance. From water-repellent Nano Hydrophobic Coatings to bactericidal Nano Anti-bacterial Coatings. Our extensive line also includes solutions such as anti-scratch, anti-corrosion, UV protective, self-cleaning and heat-resistant coatings. We also offer specialized coatings for reflection reduction, electrical conductivity, anti-static effect, color enhancement and anti-pollution. With NanoEnzo you will find the perfect coating for every application.

  • Nano Hydrophobic Coatings
  • Nano Anti-fog Coatings
  • Nano Anti-bacterial Coatings
  • Nano Anti-scratch Coatings
  • Nano Anti-corrosion Coatings
  • Nano UV Protective Coatings
  • Nano Self-cleaning Coatings
  • Nano Anti-reflective Coatings
  • Nano Heat Resistant Coatings
  • Nano Fire Resistant Coatings
  • Nano Electrically Conductive Coatings
  • Nano Anti-static Coatings
  • Nano Color Enhancing Coatings
  • Nano Anti-pollution Coatings


What are the applications?

Here are the applications of NanoEnzo's coatings:

Nano Hydrophobic Coatings: Ideal for use on glass, metals, ceramics and other surfaces that need to be water-repellent, such as car windows, glasses, shower walls and exterior facades.
Nano Anti-fog Coatings: Suitable for glasses, mirrors, car windows and other surfaces prone to condensation, maintaining clear vision even in humid conditions.
Nano Anti-bacterial Coatings: Used in medical facilities, public spaces, food processing industries and at home to reduce the spread of bacteria on surfaces such as door handles, counters, appliances and bathroom fixtures.
Nano Anti-Scratch Coatings: Protects vulnerable surfaces such as car paint, furniture, smartphone screens and glasses from scratches and wear.
Nano Anti-corrosion Coatings: Used on metal surfaces such as cars, ships, bridges and machinery to prevent rust formation and extend the life of the material.
Nano UV Protective Coatings: Applied to materials such as plastics, wood and textiles to protect them from harmful UV rays, preventing discoloration and degradation.
Nano Self-cleaning Coatings: Ideal for outdoor surfaces such as windows, facades and solar panels, allowing dirt and dust to easily wash away and reduce regular cleaning.
Nano Anti-Reflective Coatings: Used on eyeglass lenses, camera lenses and displays to reduce glare and reflections for improved vision and readability.
Nano Heat Resistant Coatings: Applied to materials exposed to high temperatures, such as engines, ovens and grill grates, to protect them from heat and fire.
Nano Fire Resistant Coatings: Used on building materials and textiles to make them fire retardant and slow the spread of fire.
Nano Electrically Conductive Coatings: Applied in electronics and electrical components to reduce static electricity and provide a reliable electrical connection.
Nano Antistatic Coatings: Used on plastics, packaging and electronics to prevent static build-up and reduce dust build-up.
Nano Color Enhancing Coatings: Applied to surfaces such as automotive paint, furniture and artwork to improve color intensity and maintain a long-lasting shine.
Nano Anti-Pollution Coatings: Used on buildings, monuments and statues to protect them from atmospheric pollution, graffiti and unwanted biological growth.
With this diverse range of coatings, NanoEnzo offers solutions for a wide range of industries and applications, from automotive and construction to healthcare and consumer products.



Can the treated material still breathe?

Our nano coatings are designed to protect materials without affecting their breathability. The unique composition of nanoparticles forms an ultra-thin layer on the surface of the material, which still allows air to flow freely through the material, allowing it to 'breathe'. This property is essential for many applications, such as clothing, furniture, and building materials, because it ensures comfort and functionality. NanoEnzo's coatings provide effective protection against liquids, dirt and other contaminants, while at the same time preserving the natural properties of the material.

Does NanoEnzo have a facility service for applying coatings?

NanoEnzo works on a project basis and takes care of everything regarding the cleaning and treatment of the material used and the desired effect. Only in this way can NanoEnzo guarantee quality and sustainability.

So yes, NanoEnzo has a facility service but can also easily scale up by deploying its network of professional and certified partners, which we sometimes do in connection with shorter distances to the project and reducing the CO2 footprint.

Is Nanocoating harmful to health,

Risicobeoordeling van nanoproducten

The risk of a substance is determined by the combination of the possible effects and the dose to which we are exposed.

With nanoparticles, it is often not enough to know the weight of the dose: the size, surface area and/or number of particles can be just as important. Research is needed per application to determine what effect may occur and what dose size is most suitable.

Even if nanoparticles can be detected in a product, it is often unknown whether exposure to the same particles occurs. When nanoparticles are released into a biological environment, they have a strong tendency to stick together; this can be quite firm (aggregates) or loose (agglomerates). All kinds of other substances also 'stick' to the surface, for example proteins in the bloodstream, and this affects their distribution, breakdown and excretion. Whether and to what extent these particles are absorbed by the body is often unknown. When nanoparticles are inhaled, it is possible that they end up in the lungs. Therefore, additional safety measures are recommended when working with or producing powdered or fibrous nanomaterials.

For degradable particles, the risk assessment can be based on the substances of which they consist. Scientists agree on this. For example, if a calcium salt in the form of nanoparticles is added to toothpaste, it can be demonstrated that it dissolves completely in the stomach and does not pose a health risk.

In the Netherlands, RIVM conducts research into the safety of nanomaterials on behalf of various ministries and the NVWA. The RIVM also reviews the many publications and reports that appear on this subject

There is a special knowledge and information point for nanotechnology risks set (KIR-Nano).

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