Nanokote - Corrosion Coating
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Porous Mineral Surface Coatings

Concrete, more than any other man made material has changed the way we build. It's immense strength and the freedom to construct almost any shape, creates endless structural possibilities. Mineral compounds are the backbone of construction, facades, various stone varieties such as sandstone, granite, concrete, pavers, roof tiles, render and masonry surfaces. All are susceptible to moisture damage, leading to the corrosion of steel reinforcement, growth of algae and moss on exterior surfaces.


Available in water or solvent base, Nanokote's SOL range of products are a single component and transparent, penetrating Nanotechnology impregnation coatings. The product uses molecular bonding with a mineral substrate to form a hydrophobic surface, while still allowing the surface to breathe. Hydrophobic surface texture will not be altered or make surfaces slippery, facilitating an easy to clean, self-cleaning process on treated surfaces.


Nanokote's SOL range will seal the surface and protect it from virtually anything in the environment. As it is resistant to abrasion, the formed hydrophobic surface will ensure long lasting protection and durability.

Surface Coating for Wood


One of the most versatile materials known to man, wood has been used to create structures of strength and beauty for centuries. Wood is very susceptible to damage from the environment, UV light, moisture, algae, moss and fungi, all accelerating the decay of the surface.


Nanokote's SOL range will protect the surface from the elements and create a water repellent coating, hydrophobic effect to prevent expansion and contraction whilst allowing it to breathe. Due to its water, oil and dirt repelling properties, Nanokote's SOL range will create a surface with non-stick properties and provide long lasting protection.


To discover how you can improve the protection of your concrete, stone and wood, contact us online or call us on (03) 9768 3277.


Porous Mineral Surfaces - Hydrophobic