Ceramic Pro Technology Proven to Provide Results
CERAMIC PRO TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN TESTED AND PROVEN
TESTED BY SGS, THE WORLD’S LEADING INSPECTION, VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION ENTITY.
Ceramic Pro coating technology is outstanding because it works. Not only has the product developed a reputation of being the best in the industry, but we also have data to prove it. Ceramic Pro products have been tested by SGS to prove that all the claims are real. Results not only show that they perform as advertised, but also show key points about the hardness, flexibility, adhesion with real quantifiable numbers.
REAL QUANTIFIABLE RESULTS
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Oxidation & Corrosion Resistant
The coating has 100% resistance against damaging contaminants and harsh chemicals. Once cured, the only way to remove the coating is through heavy abrasion. The chemicals tested and conducted by SGS include: JIS K5400 Alkali, Acids and Salt. This test method identifies how well the coating resists sodium carbonate, sulfuric acid and sodium chloride despite heavy exposure. Result: 5% Na2CO3 for 24 hours: No visible damage, 5% H2SO4 for 24 hours: No visible damage, and 5% NaCL for 96 hours: No visible damage.
The tests have been conducted by SGS. SGS is the world’s largest and leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company trusted by millions.
Gloss Level – High- (depends on substrate)
Viscosity #2 Zahn Cup- 12～14 seconds
5% Salt Spray (ASTM B117)- 350 hrs
Pencil Hardness (JIS 5400)- Above 9H
Adhesion Cross-Cut Tape (ASTM D3359)- 5b (no coating loss)
Mandrel Bend (ASTM D522)- 0 mm coating loss at 180° rotation
Impact (ASTM D2794)- 80/80 inch-lbs
Hardness by Pencil Test (500g), Alkali Resistance, Acid Resistance, Salt Solution Resistance
Hardness by Pencil Test (1000g)
Toxicity Test Ceramic Pro 9H (Non Toxic) Scratch Tests/Hardness
Toxicity Test Ceramic Pro Series Light, Leather, Plastic (Non Toxic) Scratch Tests/Hardness
Ceramic Pro has proven to be a perfect coating for surfaces that are exposed to expansion and deformation. The test conducted by the SGS is the Mandrel Bend Test (ASTM D522 test). This test is useful in evaluating the flexibility of coatings on substrates. Result: 0 mm of coating loss at 180° rotation.
A cured layer of Strong weighs between 0.2 to 1 gram/square foot depending on porousness of the surface.
The coatings ability to conduct electricity in room temperature is extremely low. With higher temperatures the conductivity increases.