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European Coatings has dedicated an article on Nanto Cleantech technologies presented at the World Gas Conference 2018.

Intellectual property

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The novel Durable Superhydrophobic Coating with anti-stick properties patent application has been filed.

Innovation

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Nanto Cleantech designs modified nanoclays to improve performances of the final product with a less impact on the environment.

Sustainable solutions for marine

Nanto Cleantech developed a biocide-free technology for antifouling applications

Durable solutions for Oil&Gas

Nanto Cleantech innovative technologies has been presented at 2018 World Gas Conference.

Clean tech designed for unique performance

Disruptive technologies to protect your assets for cost-effective industrial applications.

Innovative Materials to Shape the Future

New patented durable superhydrophobic technologies for anti-ice application.

Discover nantoNite©

Nanto Cleantech launches nantoNite©

nantoNite© is the new powder additive from Nanto Cleantech, to improve various physical properties as anticorrosion, reinforcement, durability, barrier to oxygen and water.

The additive based on Nanto Cleantech patented and proprietary nanoclays has to be dispersed in the coating at a level of less than 2% based on the total formulation. It is suitable both for solvent-based and water-based coatings.

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Sustainability

Sustainability

The development of human society has been defined by the materials we use. Nanotechnology is creating a new class of materials that has the potential to transform existing technologies and turn impossible ideas into reality. Sustainability, scalability and security are the key terms used for the design of a manufacturing process which is able to satisfy the needs of production of advanced materials.

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Brundtland Report, from the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), 1987.