Since the 18th Century, Germany has been the leading country in engineering and quality through their wide range of chemicals, coatings and bonding materials for cars.
Today, we are proud to introduce the world’s latest innovation for surface protection – M-PRO COATING. Formulated in the home of quality, Germany, it is effective even for the most demanding applications whether in automotive, marine, building or industrial purposes.
Consistency and continuous development is the key in maintaining our standards to provide our clients with the best of what nanotechnology has to offer through M-PRO COATING
THE BRILLIANT 10H
NANO CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY
M-PRO Nano ceramic coating is exclusively formulated using innovative and patented technology, setting a new standard for the paint protection industry.
The 10H permanent coating increases the hardness of your paint to 2-3 times compared to conventional paint, besides curing and significantly reducing scratches due to regular car washing.
Achieve stunning clarity and high gloss finish with M-PRO Nano ceramic coating’s anti-fouling, ultra-smooth surface and super hydrophobic (115° water contact angle) features that sets us apart from the rest of our competitors.
Shine & Gloss
Anti graffiti &
THE SECRET REVEALS - Polysilazane makes the different!
Binders in our nano ceramic protective coatings make such a difference. Rely on top performance from our organic Polysilazanes and our inorganic Polysilazanes.
What Are Polysilazane?
Polysilazanes are polymers consisting of silicon, nitrogen, hydrogen and, in the case of Organopolysilazanes. Such polymers can be considered either Organic (Organopolysilazanes) or Inorganic (Perhydropolysilazanes) in nature and have both silicon and nitrogen atoms in their backbone. Polysilazane-based coatings are modified to make protective layer of:
• Hydrophobic coatings - water contact angle can be up to 120 degrees with Organic Polysilazane Resins (OPSZ).
• Hydrophilic coatings - water contact angle smaller than 10 degrees with Perhydropolysilazanes Resins (PHPS)