Understanding the meaning of hydrophobia in wheel surface protection
KISHO Wheel Coating ensures a “hydrophilic” effect, meaning it easily removes brake dust and has a high heat resistance. The hydrophilic effect is the observed tendency of non-polar substances to aggregate in aqueous solution and exclude water molecules.KISHO Wheel Coating protection is smaller than 10° – it has a super-hydrophilic surface. Water on the coated surface does not form droplets, but spreads and infiltrates under the dirt and releases the dirt from the surface. Furthermore, splashing a large volume of water allows the dirt to wash away. This phenomenon is called the “self-cleaning effect”.The inorganic silica glass film of KISHO Wheel Coating contains no organic matter, does not degrade under U.V rays, heat, or acid rain. The wheel coating eliminates the polluted droplets. When the vehicle brakes, the heat that occurs has an extremely high temperature and can reach up to 300℃. However, the heat resistance temperature of the wheel coating can withstand 300℃.
Hydrophilic effect: Easy to remove brake dustHigh
Heat Resistance: up to 300℃Strong Resistance:
Inorganic Glass ProtectionDurability: Effective for up to 3 years