Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Great New Product


Metal corrodes when it comes into contact with liquid such as water, so Ross [Technology Corp.] engineers set about coming up with a coating to keep liquid away from ... steel. What they ended up with is a silicon-based spray that not only kept steel dry, it could also be applied to many different surfaces and materials.

Rather than just concentrate on steel, Ross decided to create a new product based on the spray known as NeverWet, which we should all hopefully benefit from using soon.

The spray actually uses nanoparticles and is superhydrophobic. That means it repels water and keeps a surface completely dry and stain free. While it may keep steel dry, Ross also realized it could be sprayed on products to keep them clean, and also keeps objects free of bacteria and ice
.  --BayouRenMan quoting Geek.com

Wonder if they're selling distributorships....?

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