Nanotechnology to Enhance Benefits of Window Protective Films

Nanotechnology to Enhance Benefits of Window Protective Films

C-Bond Systems has recently announced the development of a window film technology. Window protective films can be installed to the interior or exterior of glass surfaces to improve their performance. The window films produced by this company are provided with many technical and visual advantages such as enhanced adhesion, reduced cure time, and eliminated fogging. This technology can be employed as a promising solution in a broad spectrum of markets.

C-Bond Systems (the “Company” or “C-Bond”) (OTC: CBNT), a nanotechnology company that improves and strengthens glass, announced today that it has successfully developed a new technology for a large window film manufacturer and entered into a Raw Materials and Supplier Purchase Agreement. The agreement is for a proprietary slip and adhesive agent solution developed by C-Bond for use with certain of the manufacturer’s specialized films.



The window film manufacturer’s film product has both technical and visual benefits, as well as an attractive decorative appearance. C-Bond’s solution improves the performance of the film by increasing adhesion, decreasing cure time, and eliminating any fogging that might result on the window film. The use of the solution will be focused on multiple markets.

“We are very proud that a manufacturer of this caliber chose us to develop a solution for their unique needs,” said Scott R. Silverman, C-Bond’s Chairman and CEO. “A benefit of the C-Bond technology is that it is adaptable to numerous applications, and our development team is able to manipulate our technology to address customers’ individual requirements across a variety of industries.”


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