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Feynlab Inc

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Feynlab is an American company founded by John Suerth. The name is derived from the scientist Dr. Richard Feynman who played a significant part in the discovery and scientific knowledge around extremely small particles and their behavior.

Feynlab products

Feynlab aims at products based on nano-technology, this roughly refers to the use of materials that contain extremely small particles that have been designed with a certain purpose. These particles put together cause a certain type of behaviour and/or endresult. This makes it possible for the manufacturer to create products that are more aimed at a certain characteristic. This can include extra gloss, stronger protection or better chemical resistance. The products made by Feynlab also have a strong ceramic and/or silica orientated base, which is known for offering a strong type of protection with increased resistance to abrasion or chemicals. This type of manufacturing makes the products synthetic and could include that both natural polymers and silicone polymers are used. The Ceramic line of Feynlab is a good example of the use of SiO2 components, while polishing compounds or cleaners are more based on the use of manmade ingredients with a certain characteristic.
Feynlab doesn’t exclusively make products for the automobile branch, but also focusses on aviation, marine and industrial equipment.

One of the more widely spread products is the Feynlab self-healing coating, which is available in a Lite version (for commercial use) and the normal version which is only for professional use.

Company information

Feynlab Inc has its own company website and can be seen on different social media channels. The brand is not overly active on fora’s or message boards, but can be mentioned by customers or resellers. The brand has only been seen on meetings or car care events while being represented by resellers/webshop and/or distributors. Feynlab uses a wide distribution channel that makes it available in most continents, but not in every country.

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