Nanocoating is a process during which nanostructures are applied to surfaces for the purpose of sealing them on a nanoscopic scale. During this process, the material is changed on a molecular level. The coating creates a self-organized, hydrophobic layer of nanoscale thickness. The nanoparticles become firmly anchored in the surface, thus ensuring that dirt particles, water droplets, grease, oil, acids and other liquids simply roll off the surface (lotus effect). This also results in easier cleaning. Nanoscale coatings can be applied to almost all materials. They are resistant to temperatures of up to about 350°C and can be used as impregnation for fine-pored materials and high-precision applications. Is your workpiece exposed to heavy loads? If so, nanoscale coatings by Aalberts surface treatment are the right choice.