Ever since the invention of the automobile, car owners have always looked at better ways to protect their valued investments. Every passionate owner has always looked at paint protectant to ensure their automobiles never lose that “new car” colour, come rain or shine.
From the Carnauba Wax of the 1910’s, introduction of paint sealants in the 1970’s or the latest influx of Ceramic Coatings in the 2010’s, the paint protection industry is always looking for newer technologies and ways of satisfying consumer needs.
Graphene Ceramic Coatings are quickly gathering demand and appreciation among detailing professionals and regular petrol heads like you and me. And CarzSpa, for the first time in India, is launching Graphene Ceramic Coating under its EXCLUSIVE brand “CrystalShield” that already has vast varieties of ceramic coating, which promises to be The Next Level of Automotive Paint Protection coatings.
But what is Graphene Ceramic Coating?
Graphene is a carbon-based nano-material structured in the form of a honeycomb lattice (as shown below). Simply put, Graphene can be described as a one-atom-thick, two-dimensional sheet of carbon.
Graphene was first isolated as a single layer in 2004 by Prof. Andre Geim and Prof. Kostya Novoselov for which they were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010. Since then, Graphene has gathered much attention for its diversity in applications.
Once converted from Graphite, Graphene becomes one of the thinnest and strongest materials in the world. It has been described as being “Harder than diamond yet more elastic than rubber; tougher than steel yet lighter than aluminum” by industry experts.
But what is Graphene Ceramic Coating?
This “ Wonder Material” has multiple applications, but to protect your car’s paint job, it needs to bond with the car’s surface. Combining it with traditional ceramic coatings makes the bonding possible. Ceramic molecules bond with the car surface, while mighty and strong Graphene molecules form an impenetrable layer on top of the ceramic layer.
“CrystalShield” brand of Graphene Ceramic Coating is introducing this wonder material for the first time in India to change how owners protect the shine and colour of their automobiles.
Why is Graphene Ceramic Coating considered an UPGRADE over traditional Ceramic Coating?
Everyone from car detailing experts and DIY heroes agree that Graphene Ceramic Coating is a game changer in the field of paint protection. Here are some reasons why:
Extremely Hydrophobic properties:
Graphene has a higher contact angle because of it’s honeycomb structure and chemical composition, which makes water slide off way easier on the surface than traditional coating. Less water on the surface means lesser evaporation which means no pesky water spots staying behind on your car’s hood.
Minimal Water Spotting:
While traditional ceramic coatings are notorious to retain heat and then increase water spotting, combining them with Graphene makes the top layer of the coating more heat resistant. This ensures you don’t have to waste money polishing water spots that have etched themselves into your car’s surface.
Maximum Anti-Static properties:
Dust is your car’s enemy, but thanks to Graphene’s electrical and thermal conductivity properties, it actually repels dust and other micro particles leaving behind an untouched paint surface.
Done by trained professionals at CarzSpa, installation of a Graphene Ceramic Coating is easy, quick and results in a durable finish for your prized four-wheeled possessions in a matter of hours .
Dusty winds, insects and microscopic particles all contribute to removing the sheen from your paint. Graphene’s sturdiness and strength ensure that water flows off unimpeded, thereby locking in and maintaining the glossiness of your car paint.
Post application, Graphene Ceramic Coating gives car owners the same new shine and gloss of the painted surface of when they purchased their brand new vehicles.
Graphene is scientifically proven to be one of the thinnest, strongest and durable materials in the world. It adapts to the surroundings and is inherently flexible. This makes it the perfect