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More on Suprherhydrophobic Coatings…

Following up on my previous video about the difference between hydrophobic and superhydrophobic coatings: I address why some of the well-known superhydrophobic coatings aren’t very durable products. As I mentioned, TRUE superhydrophobic coatings (contact angle greater than 150 degrees) are not necessary on 99% of our customers’ projects. A hydrophobic coating is almost always sufficient

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What is the difference between a hydrophobic and superhydrophobic coating?

Well it seems like we are fighting a losing battle….. “Superhydrophobic” has become the common nomenclature to describe ANY surface which easily repels liquids. Sometimes it is used correctly. Most times, however, it is incorrect. A superhydrophobic coating is a coating that has a water contact angle of greater than 150 degrees and a sliding

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