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Sumitomo Osaka Cement Develops Hydrophilic Coating Material Made of Nano-size Particles for Use in Kitchen Sinks
 

Tokyo, Oct 26, 2005 (JCN) - Sumitomo Osaka Cement has developed the world's first nano technology-based coating agent for use on kitchen sinks, and has successfully applied the material to coating Cleanup'ss stainless sink, Super Silent e-sink.

The coating agent is made of nano-sized ceramic compounds developed using the company's proprietary synthesis technology. The agent's hydrophilic property makes it easier to clean oil and stains in a water-running condition.

The ultra-small particles form a thin, transparent coating film, keeping a stainless sink's metallic luster for longer, as well as ensuring surface hardness equivalent to a pencil hardness of 9H.

Durable against alkalis and hot water, the coating agent has applications ranging from consumer electronics goods to plastic components. Sumitomo Osaka Cement aims for sales of 500 million yen ($4.3 mil) in fiscal 2008 by expanding its sales outlets to include overseas.


By Aki Tsukioka Contributor

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