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The European Union's innovative super surface coating technology has made a major breakthrough


It is understood that the breakthrough point of the innovative technology lies in the use of an extremely small polysaccharide thin layer, that is, a carbohydrate that binds a certain number of sugar molecules. According to the needs of different actual functions, it is bonded or immersed in various biological, Mineral nanoparticles to form new polymeric composites.Recently, the Surfuncell R&D team, led by Professor Libitescher of the University of Graz, Austria, and 13 scientific research institutions, universities and industrial enterprises from 6 member states of the European Union (Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Slovenia and the United Kingdom) participated in the research on super surface coatings. Obtained a major innovative technological breakthrough.It is understood that the breakthrough point of the innovative technology lies in the use of an extremely small polysaccharide thin layer, that is, a carbohydrate that binds a certain number of sugar molecules. According to the needs of different actual functions, it is bonded or immersed in various biological, Mineral nanoparticles to form new polymeric composites. The new material is suitable for application or as the surface coating of various materials, and can be made into composite materials with special characteristics such as anti-microbial, selective absorption, flame retardancy, extreme heat and cold resistance, electrical conduction and isolation insulation, etc. The fields of application and its prospects are limitless.The pilot demonstration project of innovative super surface coating technology has been successfully operated in advanced manufacturing industries such as pulp and paper, fiber spinning, cellulose film and filter membrane, and the safety of new materials such as fiber degradation, nanostructure and irreversible coating effect was also verified.At present, the research and development team is actively developing the commercial application of new materials in the fields of medicine and health care devices, water purification systems, fire protection systems, electrical and electronic industries, and security and defense. For example, fire-resistant and heat-resistant clothing coated with new materials can allow firefighters to face the fire "hell" more directly.

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