High hydrophobicity

Hydrophobicity is the tendency of molecules of a chemical compound to repel water molecules. Hydrophobic coatings may have a polymer or ceramic nature.  Both types of these coatings penetrate into the structure of a surface. They permanently bond with it to form durable protection. The surface is thus protected against moisture and its consequences in the form of damp patches, mineral deposits, or mould. The “high hydrophobicity” mark is affixed on selected PCC Group’s products whose hydrophobicity is higher than that of standard polymers based on propylene oxide.

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