New product launch: super-hydrophobic nanocoating

To support the fight against COVID-19, Coat-X participates in an informal consortium of companies looking at ways to improve existing masks or manufacture more environmentally friendly PPE. The team effort is still ongoing, but we are excited to share that we developed a new coating process to come up with a superhydrophobic nanolayer that seems to add value to the performance of some commercially available masks as well as community masks.

The newly developed silicon-based conformal coating can be used to make complex 3D surfaces highly hydrophobic; it can be applied on a variety of substrates such as glass, polymers, fabrics, PCBs

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Rheon Medical gets it’s CE marking

We are thrilled to report that our customer Rheon Medical got CE mark for their game-changing glaucoma implant that uses our technology!

Coat-X’s technology inside !

Congratulations to our customer C-CIT Sensors AG who shared with us this amazing article in which researchers from Wyss Zurich, the University Hospital Zurich, ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich

Medical Technology

Check our latest publication in the January issue of Medical Technology :