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Maintain clean and smooth surfaces with fluoro based surface modification technologies

Daikin fluoropolymer coatings
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How to reduce dirty screen effect and maintain a transparent substrate clean of fingerprints?
Whether your aim is to maintain a cleaner aspect, increase safety, improve slippery touch or reduce maintenance, the surface must be processed with a hydrophobic and oleophobic layer, that maintains the surface clarity of the substrate.
Fluoro based surface modification technologies reduce unwanted fingerprints, water stains or smudges.

Chad Meserole Presented By:
Dr. Chad Meserole

Length: 21 min

Why should you view this webinar?

Don’t miss this webinar to learn more about:

  • How Fluoro based surface modification technology can offer cleaner and smoother surfaces
  • How to maintain the optical property and clean aspect of the surface longer with limited maintenance
  • How to prevent sebum or oil to stick to the substrate

Who should view this webinar?

  • Materials Engineers
  • Designers
  • Application Development Engineers
  • Materials R&D Personnel
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Dr. Chad Meserole Sr. Applications Technologist - Daikin America, Inc.

Chad Meserole Chad Meserole joined Daikin America 8 years ago. Chad is the subject matter expert for the Optool products, thin film coatings, and surface science at Daikin America. Prior to Daikin, Chad completed his doctoral studies in Chemistry at the Pennsylvania State University, conducted post-doctoral studies at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and then spent several years working as a material scientist at a start-up in the Denver, CO, area. The common thread running through the entirety of Chad’s career is surface science, particularly surface characterization and thin film growth.

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