Nanex is a Belgian producer and developer of Nanex Technology for various industries. The heart of the company and of the CEO, Aaron Claeys, lies with research and development.
Nanex technology is a mixture of organic, inorganic, nanotech, quantom dots used in chemistry. Their technology is aimed at developing ultra-thin multifunctional protective products to enhance the quality and lifespan of the materials treated,this with the most ecological solutions on hand. Overall nanex technology wants to contribute to a more efficient and sustainable economy.
From researching and analysing different materials at different scales Aaron Claeys and his team experiment with combinations of these different materials in a unique way. This leads to different and more added value then traditional products or chemistry can provide.
After creating their own unique formula Nanex uses the newest machinery that can indicate quality, lifetime and easy of use of their products to make sure it is of the highest quality for the people using the endproducts.
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Their technology protects natural materials against water, stains and reduces cleaning time and frequency. Thanks to intensive protection, purchased goods will preserve their original look and feel. This improves the quality of life and product experience of consumers.
The ease of use of their products ensures that they are optimized for consumer and industrial use. Nanex’s main objective is to improve product properties and make eco-friendly solutions for a wide array of needs in various markets.
Nanex strives to create more value for society by pushing barriers with evolutionary building blocks in what we call new age technology.
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