Nanotol creates an invisible water and dirt repellent surface.
The impregnation prevents the penetration of water. Surfaces dry faster.
Nano impregnation for tiles and joints
Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces
Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces in various sizes
The Protector can be used universally on all open-pored stones. The only prerequisite is that water can penetrate so that the nano-impregnation can get into the stone. Depending on the size of the surface to be impregnated, we therefore offer different sizes.
Depending on absorbency, sufficient for approx. 20 qm
Depending on absorbency, sufficient for approx. 100 qm
Depending on absorbency, sufficient for approx. 500 qm
Roof tiles, facades, paving stones, tiles, balcony, terrace or garage become water and dirt repellent
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How can I find out if Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces is suitable for my surface?
There is a simple drop test to check this out:
- drop water on the surface you want to nano-coat
- wait and see if the water can penetrate
- if the water does not penetrate on its own, you can apply a little pressure (sponge, cloth, brush).
If the surface has absorbed the water, then Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces can also penetrate and dock. You can nano-coat your surface with Nanotol Protector for mineral surfaces.
Nanotol is not suitable if the water could not penetrate. Then there may already be a coating on the surface or the surface is closed, e.g. glazed, so it cannot absorb water. In this case, Nanotol also can not penetrate and would not work.
Nanotol Protector for Textiles has been tested and certified
- It meets the requirements of the § 30 und 31 LFGB* and the European Regulation (EC) No.: 1935/2004.
* German Food, Article and Feed Law Book. The test confirms that surfaces coated with Nanotol do not emit any substances and are harmless in direct contact with foodstuffs.
Can you use Nanotol to seal a wall or floor, e.g. garage or terrace?
When a floor has been sealed, it is often meant that water can no longer penetrate afterwards. Colloquially, "sealing" in the construction industry is something different than, for example, impregnation. A sealed floor is then sealed against the penetration of water.
Nanotol is not suitable for that!
Nanotol nano-coating penetrates deep into the stone and covers the inside of individual pores with nanoparticles. After drying, the nanoparticles remain and coat each individual pore of the stone from the inside.
- Rainwater runs off very easily when the stone is sloped.
- However, the surface remains breathable and dries quickly.
- Moss growth is reduced due to the lack of moisture.
- Moisture in masonry is reduced
- Mold growth is reduced.
BUT: If you want to completely prevent water from penetrating even when puddles form, you need a protective sealing layer and not a nano-coating.