[toggle title=”Can I apply the product under electrical voltage?”]
Since the carrier contains propane / butane, it should be applied with the POWER OFF with all safety precautions taken when working with electrical equipment.
[toggle title=”Can I apply the product to equipment operated under water?”]
Yes. However, NanoProtech does not provide permanent protection against electrolysis. Components, such as paper capacitors, speakers and microphones with paper membranes should be isolated. The product can function for up to 72 hours continuous immersion under fresh water.
[toggle title=”Does NanoProtech provide lubricity?”]
NanoProtech is ideal for lubrication of moving parts and mechanisms.
[toggle title=”Is NanoProtech resistant to sea water and chemical. reagents?”]
NanoProtech has long term protection from sea water sprays, acids and chemical reagents. The effect can be increased by repeated coatings. It does not provide protection against immersion under sea water.
[toggle title=”Why is there a ‘very flammable’ symbol on the label?”]
NanoProtech is flammable in aerosol containers, as it contains a propellants such as propane / butane. 15 minutes after application, the coating dries to a non-flammable film.
[toggle title=”Does NanoProtech fulfill the directive of Restriction of Hazardous Substance?”]
Yes. NanoProtech does not contain hazardous substances. It can be harmful to aquatic animals.
[toggle title=”Does NanoProtech have devastating effects on the materials and substrates?”]
No adverse effects and does not destroy metals, plastics, rubber, glass, paints, ceramics, electric motors.
[toggle title=”How long does the effect of NanoProtech last?”]
It all depends on the application. On average, the protection lasts for one to three years if there is no mechanical friction on the treated surface.
[toggle title=”How to handle a cell phone and other electronic devices coated with NanoProtech?”]
In processing electronic devices (phone, laptop, radio, radio, television, concert equipment, etc.) take care to isolate components, such as paper capacitors, speakers and microphones with paper membranes. It is intended for accidental exposure to water and not for immersion!
[toggle title=”Should I remove NanoProtech before you apply a paint layer?”]
Yes, because the addition of high quality oils does not allow the paint and varnish layer to dry.
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