Nano-coatings are highly-concentrated formulas that used to provide superior protection on paint, glass, chrome, carbon fiber, and even vinyl or paint protection film.
The Ceramic Pro System of Layering for AviationIt utilizes nano-technology to fill minor cracks or imperfections on a porous (filled with microscopic holes) and solid materials. When the coating fills those imperfections, it then provides an exceptionally flat and hard layer of protection.
This is where the term 9H ceramic coating comes into play. The 9H is the highest on the pencil scale of hardness. It’s basically as hard as a solid quartz crystal.
Like the spray coatings, there are two grades of nano coatings.
DIY Ceramic Coatings: The do-it-yourself nano coating is not a strong as the professional-grade coatings and is formulated to allow the average car enthusiast to apply. These products range from an SiO2 percentage of 50 percent to as high as the mid-80 percent with some.
The quality and results of these products are hard to predict, and usually contain no warranties. Even some DIY coatings with expected longevity guarantees are very vague in their language.
KISHO Ceramic Coating: These are precision formulated ceramic nanoparticles that are highly concentrated, with SiO2 percentages higher than 90%.