Ceramic Coating Cars

 CERAMIC COATING Cars,Boats,Planes

This is not Simix Supreme Shield

Simix ceramic compared to c-quartz

While a car’s performance and efficiency account for most of its effectiveness, the appeal to the consumers or users of cars is predominantly defined by the aesthetics of the car that include the vehicle’s designs, color, gloss and overall smoothness or homogeneousness in its surfaces that are unscratched and clean.
A bird’s eye view of any store that sells vehicle accessories and car cleaners will be on the front of the display because the surface of the car is an aesthetic meant to be maintained …
… and that is why we are here to help. Imagine a ceramic coating that takes away the burden of being maintained constantly and worried about its wearing out all the time; a ceramic coating that could last a lifetime and protect your cars, bikes, vans, trucks, boats and even planes from everything the environment throws at the way of your vehicle.I am going to introduce you to the best ceramic coating based on value and appearance of any treated surface,Compare to ceramic pro,c quartz

These COATINGS ARE AN ALTERNATIVE TO organic or polymer based coatings for selected surface coating applications. When protecting a surface, it is usually less expensive to use organic coatings rather than other materials such as ceramic coatings. However, organic paints have limitations and will not meet all service requirements. Though more expensive, for some applications ceramic coatings may be a more suitable form of protection. Vitreous (glassy)  coatings are chosen for application over a substrate for one or more of several reasons [1]. These reasons for selecting a ceramic coating in preference to an organic paint include rendering the surface more chemically inert, impervious to liquids and gases, more readily cleanable, and more resistant to service temperature, abrasion, and scratching. The chemical durability of ceramic coatings in service substantially exceeds that of organic paints [2]. Vitreous coatings are formulated to be resistant to a variety of reagents, from acids to hot water to alkalies, as well as to essentially all organic media. The only important exception is hydrofluoric acid, which readily attacks all silicate glasses. This outstanding durability, combined with a very smooth surface, renders these coatings suitable for applications requiring the highest standards of cleanability, such as ware that comes in contact with food and drink. These coatings are also suitable for applications requiring true hermeticity, usually to protect sensitive electronic equipment. No organic resins are truly hermetic. Even the most thermally stable organic resins depolymerize at temperatures on the order of 300°C. Hence, organic paints are not suitable for applications requiring thermal stability above 300°C. For example, stove side panels are painted, but stove tops are porcelain enameled. A similar argument can be made for abrasion resistance. Organic resins are soft (Moh 2–3). By contrast, vitreous coatings are harder (Moh 5–6), and some plasma coatings are much harder. For example, alumina coatings, plasma sprayed, have Moh = 9. Vitreous coatings are thin layers of glass fused onto the surface of the substrate. When the substrate is a ceramic, the coating is called a glaze. When the substrate is a metal, the coating is called a porcelain enamel. When the substrate is a glass, the coating is called a glass enamel.


A word on  coatings

Ceramic means just that.Usually hardened by heat,but with Sio2 technology,these coatings cure to glass hardness at ambient temperature.Which means they get as hard as glass once applied.

Most ceramic coatings on the market use solvents for flow agents,Simix uses water and is water based.

Simix has been applying  coatings to buildings for 15 years and these coatings have been ASTM tested (779 for abrasion resistance)

One million foot steps one upon the other to wear off

So in essence,on your car,it is not going anywhere.

Simix has made a few modifications to apply to vehicles without compromising the hardness factor.

Now I consulted with several scientist and there is no way that Sio2 is as expensive as they are selling.


A vehicle’s surfaces deteriorate with time, a car’s hood and roof lose their shiny chrome or glossy look with constant exposure to heat, light and environment, a boat’s hull gets rusted, a motorbike can easily lose its charm as its paint-job faces dust and scratches, glass surfaces can become dull and lose their transparency while wood surfaces at your home can end up looking like they need to be polished just one more time.
To solve all of these problems, we are presenting you  Multi Surface Ceramic Coating cars. A coating that promises gloss and cleanliness, both under the same economic package that lasts a long time and can be used around the home.
SO WHAT IS IT?  Multi Surface Ceramic Coating Cars is not your everyday thin layered polish. It is a ceramic coating that acts like an extra layer of glass with its own hardness and thickness so instead of simply protecting the surface from the effects of heat and corrosion which it does very effectively indeed, it will also provide resilience to scratching, drain away water and repel dust and dirt off of itself automatically.
ALL-ROUNDER: Unlike your everyday just-for-one-job THE SIMIX Coating, It is an all-rounder that will clean up the metallic sheets of your vehicles made of Aluminum, Chrome Steel and even Mild Steel irrespective of the environment of their general usage; The Multi Surface  Coating will resist exposure to water, dust or high speed air. It will protect the rubber and plastic components, keeping those dull and dusty surfaces shiny and clean throughout their usage. SIMIX cares about your buildings too.

The Granite surfaces of your home do not have to be cleaned up again and again only to get dusty in a day, or even in a few hours after cleaning. The coating will make sure that your tiles maintain their surface finish throughout. It will keep the glass sheets or glass appliances you use transparent and spotless and make sure that your sealed wood does not always look like it needs another polish after wearing out.
FINE & SELF CLEANING: Glossy and fine, the   Coating will seep into the holes and cracks you cannot see with the naked eye and fills them up, preventing the surface from getting contaminated with dust or dirt and making sure that the metallic surfaces keep their metallic look you don’t see in new vehicles very frequently, for a long time. It doesn’t stop there, given that  Multi Surface  Coating coats the surface without leaving
any pores for dirt to penetrate through; the water from the environment that lies on the surfaces encapsulates dirt and washes it off, without even letting you know. So, SIMIX will not only clean up the surface it is applied to, it will make sure that it stays clean for a long time.


 So why is SIMIX Multi Surface  Coating the best bang for your buck and why would it be the investment that brings you THE results you want.
 One coating for all surfaces:  will work for a multitude of surfaces so you don’t have to worry about a new coating for every other surface.
 Minimal maintenance: Since the Multi Surface  Coating is self-cleaning, it minimizes the need for constant maintenance of the surfaces and offers a long term solution to a long term problem.
 Environment friendly: SIMIX utilizes environment-friendly Nanotechnology so you can use the  coating carefree, and it is 9h hard for ceramic coating cars.

9 H HARDNESS,What does it mean?

It refers to Mohs hardness scale of minerals in a range from 1 to 10. On this scale, regular glass is placed at 5 and a diamond is at the highest 10. This hardness is measured by the ability of minerals to scratch each other’s surfaces. Glass can scratch anything below a 5, such as iron, but glass can be scratched by anything above a 5, such as quartz.

I have been using ceramics on buildings,vehicles,roofs and glass for 15 years and there is absolutely no harder coating available.

The only difference is,when I began to study the science I realized that these people selling ceramic coatings for

Fifty Dollars an ounce were ripping people off.


Ceramic for all Surfaces

Beginning of Simix

Coatings Preserve Metal, Stone, Tile, and Concrete

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NASA TechnologyAs numerous achievements have taken place in space over the last 50-plus years, a number of innovations have simultaneously taken place on the ground. For example, Jack Triolo, a senior engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, worked with John B. Schutt, a chemist extraordinaire and coatings specialist at Goddard from the 1960s through the 1990s. Schutt spent considerable time experimenting with formulas to create super-durable coatings for spacecraft.“My job was to fly different coatings in space,” says Triolo, “and while some of John’s coatings didn’t work out so well, some of them were really great.”In particular, one of Schutt’s more impressive mixtures was a specific inorganic formula made from potassium silicate and zinc. Not only could the concoction keep corrosion from forming on the steel or metal surfaces it was applied to, but it dried quickly to a hard, durable finish. With just one coat, the technology delivered corrosion resistance and could withstand extremely high temperatures.“Many chemists were doing something similar at the time, but they approached the combination in different ways,” says Triolo.The magic in Schutt’s formula came from having just the right amount of potassium silicate and zinc so that it would chemically combine with metal. “It became electrically conductive,” says Triolo. “The zinc was electrically connected through the potassium silicate to the steel or the metal it was protecting.”Though the coating was never used in space, it proved useful here on Earth at Kennedy Space Center, where it protected the launch facilities from degradation due to corrosion from the salty, tropical environment and heat from the fiery rocket launches. But that is not the only place the coating found a home.Technology TransferNASA patented Schutt’s formula and then granted a license to a private company, which supplied the technology for use on bridges, pipelines, power stations, and more (Spinoff 1984, 1985, and 1990). One of the most memorable applications was on the interior of the Statue of Liberty.

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