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P2i‘s Nano-Coating Technology Protects Electronics Against Water and Corrosion Damage

Published on January 25, 2012 at 4:39 AM

By Cameron Chai

P2i is an established pioneer in liquid repellent nano-coating technology. Aridion, the company’s nano-coating technology, protects over 8 million electronic devices from damage caused by water and corrosion.

Aridion operates with chief electronics brands and OEMs, and serves to be an ideal application for a large number of electronic devices including tablets, cell phones, and headsets. With the potential to eliminate electrochemical migration and corrosion created by spills and moisture, Aridion is a proven reliable tool for a variety of electronic devices.

According to the CEO of P2i, Carl Francis, the company has been progressing with several advancements to its technologies. A nano-coating system was specifically designed to furnish the needs of mobile manufacturers for high-volume mobile handset production. At present, the company serves over 8 million electronic devices globally. This achievement demonstrates the company’s commitment, its dynamic potential in advanced technologies, thereby reinforcing its position as a pioneer in liquid repellent nano-coating technology.

This nano- based coating can be applied to both interior and exterior of the device, making it safe and secure. The process of this particular coating is based on molecular bonding to the surface of electronic device. Hence, this coating will retain and maintain its property and will not rub off with wear.

This novel product was showcased at P2i booth at CES 2012 in Las Vegas, where the various significant properties of Aridion was demonstrated to the customers.

Source: http://www.p2i.com/

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