Splash-proof X: advanced nano coating technology to address increasing demand

13 July 2018

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The improvements made in P2i's nano coating process – that chemically bonds its water-resistant coating to electronic devices – mean that OEMs can now process up to twice as many devices in the same amount of time.

P2i has already coated over 300 million smart phones with its original Splash-proof technology. Splash-proof X’s world-class liquid repellent, and over 2 times faster processing speed, means that is geared towards even larger and higher efficiency production runs. Splash-proof X is delivering liquid resistant nano coatings to smartphones, headsets and a range of IoT devices.

In addition to the significant improvements in product efficiency, the coating itself has also been upgraded, to improve contact angles, and protection against liquid ingress, while maintaining the nano thinness of the coating. The revolutionary Splash-proof X process is also oleophobic, meaning it provides protection to sensitive components from their exposure to environmental oils, grease and sweat.

Ady Moores, CEO of P2i, commented: “P2i is matching the demand for its products by investing heavily in R&D, we are working on bringing new products to market, but also dramatically improving the capabilities of existing solutions. Splash-proof has been widely utilised by the likes of Huawei and Lenovo in the protection of its devices, and we look forward to seeing a new generation of smartphones leaving the production line – faster and with greater protection.”

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P2i coating chambers can be found operating on five continents and is currently deploying a significant capacity of its Splash-proof X machines into the Indian sub-continent. P2i estimates that facility and utility costs can be reduced by up to 50%, with the increased daily machine capacity of Splash-proof X significantly decreasing the total cost of ownership to customers.

For more information, visit www.p2i.com or @P2iLabs.


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