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Ceramic pro

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Ceramic Pro is the productline created by Nanoshine Ltd. Ceramic Pro consists out of pure ceramic type products, including a ceramic coating for automobile and marine.’

Ceramic Pro history

Nanoshine released the Ceramic Pro range in 2010 for automotive, marine and aeroplane industry. In 2011 the brand got official SGS certification for the Ceramic Pro products, the industrial range of the products signed a contract with Russion militairy aircraft manufacturer and oil pipe lines. In 2012 Ceramic Pro Textile was released and a partnership with ecurie25 was signed. The brand was featured at the Top Gear festival in Australia in 2013 which also saw the release of the new 9H Permanent Coating. In 2014 there where made some tweaks to the 9H Coating products. 2015 saw the release of Ceramic Pro Wheel and Caliper coating.

Ceramic Pro products

The brand focuses on ceramic products, these are products that are based on the usage of components such as (but not limited to) SiO2, Si3D and/or SiH4. They offer a wide range of ceramic product to protect different area’s. The most marketed one at the moment of writing is probably the 9H coating, which claims to offer a protective layer with the a hardness of 9H on the scale of Mohs.

Company information

Ceramic Pro is located in San Diego, America. It is not clear where Nanoshine Ltd is located. They have their own company website, and are active on Social Media. Ceramic Pro is not known to show up at car care events or larger detailer-related meetings.

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