Permanon is made up of Si14 nano particles, also known as Silicium, a founding component of glass. Silicium is also known as Silicon. This is not to be confused with Silicone. Silicon is a non-metallic element (number 14 on the periodic table) found in the earth’s crust.
Permanon can be removed by either using an alkaline cleaning agent with a pH of 11.5 or higher or by using an acidic cleaner of with a pH of 1.5 or lower.
Permanon protective (eg Platinum) concentrates will cover at least 600sqm-800sqm at a 5% dilution. Permanon cleaning (eg Hecta/Omega) concentrates will cover at least 400sqm-530sqm at a 5% dilution.
Depending on the environmental conditions that the product is exposed to, the Permanon protection will last for approximately 4 weeks (harsh conditions) to 12 weeks (moderate conditions)
No. After the product has been mixed with water, the solution should be used within 1 week.
Permanon concentrate will last for up to 2 years
This is the most important part of the whole process.
Clean the surface in order to ensure that the surface is completely free of dust, oil, wax and any other contaminants or residues.
Mix Permanon concentrate with water according to desired dilution ratio.
For the first application, a 10% dilution is recommended and thereafter, a 5% dilution is sufficient.
Spray/mist lightly onto surface with a suitable spray apparatus.
Wipe off excess product with a clean and dry microfiber cloth directly after application or rinse off excess product with water.Do not allow product to dry on the surface
No. Permanon bonds to a surface electrostatically. Permanon nano-particles are positively charged and bond electrostatically to solid, non-porous surfaces which are negatively charged.
Yes. All Permanon products are environmentally friendly and biodegradable. The natural raw material Si14 is biologically degradable, thus it does not produce any residue that is detrimental to the environment according to OECD criteria
All Permanon surface protection products meet the requirements of the German Detergents and Cleaning Agent Act – WRMG.
Permanon is easily biodegradable according to OECD criteria (International Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development). All Permanon products have been approved according to the Reach Regulation (Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction on Chemicals).
Steel, Metal, Aluminium, Glass, Rubber, Plastic, Perspex, Painted Metal/Steel, Fibreglass, Gel topcoats, Vinyl, Tarpaulin
No. Permanon does not contain waxes, silicones or any other topical agent. The primary component in Permanon is Silicium (Si14)
Yes. However, Permanon will adhere to the wax, silicone or other surface treatment and ultimately fail when these other treatments fail. It is important that if a wax, silicone or any other surface treatment has been recently applied, it should be removed prior to the application of Permanon for best results. We recommend the use of Permanon Hecta for the safe removal of wax or silicone treated surfaces.
Any hard and non-porous surface can be treated, including: plastics, metals, painted or varnished wood, rubber, gel coat, glass and polished stone to name a few.
No. Due to Permanon bonding electrostatically, it will not adhere to fabrics.
No. Permanon is a protective coating with a multitude of benefits. However, physical abrasion is not one of them.