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January 11, 2013

DryWired to Introduce its Protective Nano-Coating Technology to Latin America, Middle East, Africa, India, Russia
By Jyothi Shanbhag
TMCnet Contributor

Los Angeles-based technology firm, DryWired, has introduced its protective nano-coating technology this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES (News - Alert)) 2013 in Las Vegas, NV.



Company officials said the nano-coating can be used on variety of consumer electronic device, and this substance is non-toxic, invisible and undetectable to touch. Virtually any coated surface is resistant to water, corrosion and the growth of bacteria.

The other advantage of this product is that it can be applied at any point during the manufacturing process of a consumer electronic device, and will not harm or disturb a circuit board's functionality.

"DryWired was created with a simple idea in mind: improve people's lives by protecting the electronic devices that have become so important to them," said Felipe Pimiento, chief operating officer at DryWired. "We are thrilled to be launching DryWired at CES and we look forward to distributing this exciting, proven, and tested technology in our international markets through our DryWired Coating Centers. Our centers will provide hand-held electronic distributors, manufacturers and retailers with an opportunity to nano-coat portions of their inventory so that they can offer a more dependable product to their customers."

The award-winning protective nano-coating has undergone many tests over a 16-year period on all types of assembled devices and electronic components. The water and oil repellent coating is applied through an environmentally friendly low-pressure vacuum plasma process, depositing a layer of water and oil protection that is approximately 1600 times thinner than a human hair.

Consumers in Latin America, Middle East, Africa, India and Russia can soon try this new technology, as the company has already licensed this innovative technology in more than 50 countries around the world.

The company aims to build strategic alliances with handheld electronic retailers, distributors and technology manufacturers in its licensed territories.

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Edited by Braden Becker

 






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