NP Liquid Glass is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective, sustainable and ecologically sound surface protection…Learn More →
NP Liquid Glass bonds with the surface to create a breathable, flexible layer which is water repellent. This allows very small particles of air to pass…Learn More →
NP Liquid Glass provides any surface with an unbeatable easy-to-clean effect. NP Liquid Glass is hydrophobic and oleophobic…Learn More →
Treatment of surfaces with NP Liquid Glass offers perfect non-stick properties reducing the adhesion of grease, dirt, oil and other stains to the surface…Learn More →
NP Liquid Glass Systems have products which have been specifically developed for the protection of metal surfaces…Learn More →
Stone, plaster and concrete are mineral surfaces which are substantial parts of our familiar surroundings. Although these materials appear robust and durable they can still be damaged by external weathering, algae growth and excessive damp as aggressive environmental influences and contamination by graffiti can affect the function and the aesthetic of those surfaces tremendously.
With the NP® technology wood surfaces can be protected, especially natural wood, but also MDF, OSB, plywood and particleboard, etc. The protection produces hydrophobic properties on the surface, so the swelling of the timber into contact with water is prevented.
Textiles are the most commonly used materials in our homes and work environments. Carpets take a constant battering from spills and stains. Textiles are also used in various areas such as textile architecture and building engineering, filter for air and water purification, as interior for cars, as sun and UV protection, as planting fabric and many other applications.
A large variety of metals are used within our daily lives, some of them are clearly visible and are used for functional integrity or for aesthetic reasons, others are and hidden, again for practical or aesthetic reasons. They can appear in solid form, that means with a metallic surface, or as an alloy (i.e. stainless steel, brass and bronze). Generally speaking they have good thermal conductivity, they can show different hardness (soft lead and hard chrome) and have a certain affinity towards oxygen which means they react easily with oxygen (oxidisation) and build up layers of oxides, for example “rust”. Metals are prone to fatigue, corrosion, abrasion and blemishing.
Glass is an essential part of our daily life. We use drinking glasses, we cook on ceramic hobs, we sit behind glass windscreens or windows. We use glass extensively in modern architecture and glass structures are installed as constructive elements as well as design elements.
NP Liquid Glass coating is a flexible, super-durable glass, albeit at the molecular level.
Ceramics can be treated in exactly the same way as glass, for example, tiles with glazed surfaces, baths and wash basins, architectural ceramics, and monuments. Like glass, ceramics belong to the class of materials which have been used for thousands of years, as drinking and cooking vessel, as floor and roof covering, as dental prosthesis, as heat shields of the space shuttle and in many other high-tech-applications especially where extreme temperature resistance is required.
Plastic is the collective term for those materials which consist of materials which contain synthetically or semi-synthetically generated polymers with organic (carbon) groups. An outstanding attribute of plastics in general is that technical properties such as formability, hardness, elasticity, breaking strength, temperature resistance and chemical resistance, to name a few, can be easily diversified through the selection of the base material, the manufacturing process and the usage of additives.