Up through the Renaissance, nano technology is born as a trick in which pottery-makers created from a metallic nano glaze copper, silver salts, and oxides. Nano coatings are made from polymers which is the same matter used in making durable matters in the past.
Some of these nano coatings on the market right now refer to themselves as glass, or ceramic coatings, perpetuating the idea that these coatings are more durable than a traditional polymer. After the products of nano technology are first applied to industry they have been irreplaceable because of their advantages such as easy applicability, ethereal thickness and surface friendliness.
With its broad vision, nano technology is applicable in many areas:
- Painted facades, industrial machine and vehicle surfaces, metal sculptures and exterior displays, all painted plastic and metal parts.
Garments, upholstery textiles, seats, including those in transportation vehicles, private and public (Plane, Car, Ferry, Bus, Train), carpets, curtains and all other textile surfaces.
Indoor and outdoor furniture and furnishings, pool and yacht decks, building wood facades, wood supplies for art, sculpture and instruments, wooden doors and windows, decks and all other natural wooden surfaces.
- Historical monuments and all natural stone and mineral surfaces.