Field of application:
Soil-resistant, water- and oilrepellant plastic refinement with lasting
hygienic protection for nearly all plastic surfaces.
-5°C to + 30°C
The storage time is at least 6 months for unopened original container.
The openend product should be used as soon as possible.
nanopool® plastic protect is a ready-for-use product. Please clean first
the surface with nanopool® pre-clean and then remove the loosened
dirt with a clean cloth. The surfaces are then free of grease and dust
and prepared for the final refinement with nanopool® plastic protect.
Spray the nanopool® plastic protect on the surface and polish it out
with a clean cloth.
Only a few minutes after the application of nanopool® plastic protect
the surface is stabilized. The hardening is completed on a dry underground
after a period of 24 hours at an ambient temperature of 20°C.
The consumption of nanopool® plastic protect depends on the application
technique and varies from 4 to 10 ml/m².
hydrophobic and oleophobic
long-lasting and durable refinement
enormous abrasion resistance
easy spray application
free of solubles
short drying period
high temperature resistance
non-corrosive and non-irritating
lasting hygienic protection
no change on the visual effect and haptic
SiO2 solved in ethanol, flammable
size of containers on demand
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( +49 (0) 6831 - 890 2712
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p r ü f t e Q ua
All data correspond to the today's state of the art. For specified coating superstructures we do not lay a claim to completeness, they are only to
be understood as possible examples. Because of the large number of undergrounds and object conditions the buyer/user is not discharged from
his liability to verify professionally on his own responsibility our materials concerning the suitability for the intended purpose according to the
respective object conditions. In all other respects our general conditions of sale apply.
If a new product information is issued the validity of the old version expires.
Issue: April 2007