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Aculon, Inc. Welcomes Donald Cunningham as Vice President of Sales

Aculon, Inc. announced today that Donald Cunningham has joined its team as Vice President of Sales. In this new position, Cunningham will oversee the development and implementation of Aculon’s sales strategy and business development to meet the surging demand for Aculon’s nano-enabled coatings and surface modification treatments… Read the full story in Circuitnet HERE

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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