Anti-Corrosion Properties of Aegis
One of the most significant benefits of Aegis is its anti-corrosion properties. Corrosion can cause significant problems, including weakening of the material, structural failure, and safety concerns.
Aegis creates a protective barrier that shields the surface from the elements, preventing corrosion and other forms of damage. As a result of this unique anti-corrosion clear coating system, signs of corrosion are detected immediately, allowing for early preventive measures. This can save time, costs, and accidents.
Hydrophobic and Self-Cleaning Properties
Aegis is also highly hydrophobic, meaning it repels water and other liquids. This makes it self-cleaning and prevents dirt and other contaminants from adhering to the surface. The hydrophobic properties also prevent the formation of water droplets, making it easier to maintain and keep clean. The self-cleaning feature also reduces the need for frequent cleaning, which can save time, costs, and effort.
Lightweight and Durable
Another key benefit of Aegis is its lightweight and durability. The addition of graphene enhances the mechanical properties of the coating, making it more resistant to scratches, impacts, and other forms of damage. Despite its lightweight nature, Aegis provides long-lasting durability, making it an ideal choice for various industries.
Aegis has been tested for up to 3,000 hours in a salt spray machine, which is equivalent to approximately 15 years in a non-marine environment. The coating has shown minimal signs of degradation, which highlights the long-term protection it provides.
The long-term protection can help extend the lifespan of surfaces, reduce maintenance costs, and prevent the need for frequent repairs.
Applications of Aegis
Aegis can be used in various industries and applications, including construction, manufacturing, and transportation. It is suitable for a wide range of surfaces, including steel, concrete, glass, and more.
Aegis is specifically designed to protect surfaces in high-corrosive environments, such as industrial plants, coastal areas, and harsh climates.