Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI), global developer and exclusive supplier of the Diamon Fusion® hydrophobic nanotechnology, launched in the marketplace, on a global basis, its most recent development: the NEW Diamon Fusion® Hand-Applied Coating.
DFI's NEW Hand-Applied method of creating the award-winning Diamon Fusion® coating makes field applications quicker and easier to apply by simply manually spraying and wiping on the environmentally-friendly chemicals onto the surface. This new method uses far less equipment and therefore eliminates equipment maintenance. The quality is on a par with the ultra efficient DFI vapor method (more applicable to larger volumes) without the chamber requirement, thus reducing the start-up investment.
"This application has been especially designed for smaller companies (or small-scale volumes) to offer more viable options to companies of all sizes so that they can get involved with and profit from our proprietary process”, DFI Senior Officials reported.
This NEW method of applying DFI's nanotechnology still creates the cross-linked and branched, capped silicone film like the vapor method. Also like the vapor method, the bond is a covalent bond (sharing electrons with the glass itself and thus becoming part of the glass). Both of DFI's application methods manipulate the chain of atoms at the nano-scale level, defining them as cutting-edge nanotechnologies.
The multi-functional characteristics of DFI's nanotechnology include: water and oil repellency (hydrophobic and oleophobic), impact and scratch resistance, protection against graffiti, dirt and stains, finger print protection, UV stability, additional electrical insulation, protection against calcium and sodium deposits, as well as increased brilliance and lubricity. DFI's patented coating works at nanoscale levels to change the molecular composition of silica-based surfaces (glass) by using DFI's chemistry of cross-linking, branching, and finally 'capping', of a silicone film, enabling the full efficiency of the coating process at an atomic scale.