Graphene Coating

The Ceramic Coating Successor


What are the advantages?

Graphite is “Harder than diamond yet more elastic than rubber; tougher than steel yet lighter than aluminum.

In plain English, graphene coating is superior to ceramic coating.

Graphene offers a single layer of graphite that is flexible yet extremely durable, the strongest known to man yet.

Typically, ceramic coatings are silicon oxide (SiO2) plus quartz based. If not taken care of and maintained properly, eventually hydrophobic property is diminished over time even though the coating still is protecting the surface.

Ceramic coating has less water contact angle whereas graphene’s honeycomb-like structure produces a wider contact angle enabling better water sheeting, opposed to water beading of a ceramic coating, this helps prevent water spots.

Ceramic coating is more static-conducting which can attract dust and other tiny particles in the air. Graphene is the opposite, it is said to be anti-static to repel dust from sticking, virtually dispelling dust rather than allow it to just sit on top.

What else can graphene offer?

  • The chemical properties of graphene are similar to ceramic coating, with a few added bonuses.
  • Minimum durability of 5 years.
  • Higher water contact angle help to lessen the chance of hard water spots
  • Extremely hydrophobic
  • 10H Hardness with silk-like feel
  • Wet glossy shine appearance
  • Increased resistance to chemicals


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