TAILOR MADE COATINGS


 

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NANOPARTICLES

ENHANCED POWDER COATINGS 


 

durability

aRCHITECTURAL DEVELOPMENT

resistance

INCREASED OF OVER 300% TO ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS*

We have a team able to develop the products and coatings that you need for your business. We are able to provide color matching, nanoparticles add-ons to the coatings for special projects and other types of developments.


 



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Today, the company develops tailor-made products for a wide portfolio of customers, as each installation is unique and possesses specific characteristics. Therefore, it has highly qualified staff who can provide on-site advice to clients regarding any technical problems or questions that may arise.

 


Nanotechnology involves the study, design, creation, synthesis, manipulation, and application of materials, devices, and functional systems by controlling matter at the nanoscale. By exploiting phenomena and properties at this scale, nanotechnology enables the observation of entirely new behaviors and characteristics in matter when manipulated at the level of atoms and molecules.

 

Cubson has prior experience in executing two R&D projects involving nanotechnology for the design and development of new graphene-based paints and copper nanoparticles. These projects resulted in products with exceptional resistance and antibacterial properties for various applications.



 

OUR LATEST DEVELOPMENT - GRAPHECOAT
 

The development of new graphene-based powder paints for metal corrosion protection coatings is an excellent alternative due to graphene's superior thermal and chemical properties, chemically inert nature, and high mechanical strength.

 

Graphene's unique characteristics, including its chemically inert nature, exceptional thermal and chemical stability, remarkable flexibility, optical transparency in the visible range, and impermeability to molecules as small as helium, make it highly favorable for forming passive layers to protect metals in aggressive environments.


Graphene forms a natural diffusion barrier, providing a physical separation between the metal to be protected and reactive agents. It remains inert under conditions where other substrates would experience rapid chemical reactions.


 


 

THE POWER OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

 


 

Fast forward to the 21st century, where nanotechnology has exponentially evolved into an exciting and rapidly growing frontier. It has transformed the landscape of industrial energy conservation, computer science, biomedicine, electronics, diagnostic biosensors, drug delivery systems, imaging probes, and paints, coatings, and adhesives.

According to the American Coatings Association, in the coatings field, nanoparticles with dimensions between 1 and 100 nanometers (nm) can modify the physical properties of traditional coatings. This allows coating systems to respond to environmental stimuli in a “smart” manner or function as independent coatings with unique characteristics unavailable to less sophisticated barrier coatings.

 



 

Nanomaterials and structures exhibit unique properties due to their relatively large surface area, resulting in a very high surface-area-to-weight ratio compared to traditional paint additives.

 

The accidentally discovered carbon dots (C-dots), which are less than 10 nm in diameter, are becoming more affordable and increasingly interesting for use in photovoltaic devices, biosensing (e.g., smart coatings), and drug delivery. Since graphene was discovered in 2004, it has provided a carbon-based foundation for almost every engineering pursuit involving materials. New chemistries that allow metal atoms to be enclosed are creating previously unknown organic compounds.

 

The most dramatic and sophisticated advances in nanotechnology have been achieved in the medical field. However, intriguing innovations have also emerged in coatings, paints, and adhesives. Adding extremely small nanoparticle raw materials can enhance the properties of paints, varnishes, and adhesives beyond simple barrier chemistry. Recent advances in processing enable nanoparticles to be used as stand-alone coatings, applied as thin films with improved adhesion and surface characteristics. Research is ongoing to develop in-situ nanostructures within coatings to further enhance their physical and mechanical properties.

 

A wide variety of enhancements have been made to traditional paints and coatings using nanoparticles. These additions can sometimes alter the intrinsic physical and chemical properties of resins and coatings. Therefore, careful attention to the concentration of these additives is necessary to achieve desired improvements without compromising the existing characteristics

 

 

CUBSON INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING

Avenida Flores, 19 (PQUE EMPRESARIAL EL MOLINO)

28970 Humanes, Madrid

+34 914 920 860

cubson@cubson.com

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