Puris And Motorcoats Are An Perfect Match To Protect Ur Investment.
The Ultimate Ceramic Coatings
Higher Gloss Hardness & Durability
User Friendly Technology
Puris ceramics are here! The pinnacle of protection has been engineered at Puris in the form of our JADE line. The ultimate in shine, durability, and protection.
Why do I need Jade Ceramic Coatings?
Ceramic coatings are designed to defend the painted surface against contaminants and prevent them from bonding to the surface by making the surface very hydrophobic.
Additionally, they create a very hard shield to protect against minor scuffs and abrasions and are extremely durable in terms of protection, in some cases up to four years.
What are Jade ceramic coatings?
Ceramic coatings are neatly ordered arrangements of Silicon (Si) and Oyxgen (O) atoms in a 3D polymeric framework. This nano-ordering causes a highly durable, glass-like coating to form that is responsible for greatly increased durability, chemical and mar resistance, UV stability and hydrophobic properties. Ceramic coatings allow for an easier to maintain automotive finish that is more maintenance friendly.
What are the differences between Jade Ice, Quartz and Edge? Which product do I use for a specific application?
All are based on the same constituent technology, but differ in their formulary blend to suit specific application needs.
Jade Quartz (9H) was formulated with the highest level of concentration of active ingredients along with many additives to allow it to provide the most robust coating offered, ideal for ridged, painted surfaces, it is our premium ceramic and lasts up to 4 years.
Jade Ice (7H) is for the same application as above, however is slightly less durable up to two years. Designed to have a solvency that provided a lot of open time and an easier application as well as limited flexibility.
Jade Edge (4H) is a less concentrated product that was designed for reviving or protecting exterior trim parts, vinyl and plastics. It also offers the greatest flexibility.
Where can I use Jade Ceramics?
All three Jade ceramic formulas can be used on multiple surfaces including paint, wheels, plastic, rubber moldings, glass and gel coat surfaces.
How long will Jade ceramics last?
While this depends on various factors, weather, exposure to harmful materials and recommended maintenance, Jade Ceramics can last up to 4 years.
Where did ceramic technology in automotive applications originate?
Ceramic Coating technology was first used around 12 years ago in Asia and in particularly China as the method to prevent acid rain from contaminating the urethane paint surface, whereby acid rain would sit on the surface, dry and etch into the paint film causing permanent damage. Once ceramic coatings are applied the surface becomes extremely hydrophobic which promotes water shedding from the surface not allowing droplets to sit as easily.
What does nano-mean in the context of ceramic coatings?
Nano, in the context of ceramic coatings, denotes chemistry that is happening on an atomic scale. The neat ordering of molecules provides a very low energy state that is highly stable.
What is ‘Hardness’ and how are the Jade Ceramic Coatings measured for their relative hardness?
Hardness is measured according to ASTM D3363 Film Hardness by Pencil. A 9H graphite pencil is applied with a specific weight or pressure at a 45 degree angle relative to the coating and moved 2’’ in distance, repeated in triplicate, starting with the hardest pencil (9H). If the coating is damaged or deformed then the next lower hardness pencil is measured until the film or coating shows no change.
What makes these coatings considered to be ‘ceramic’ and not ‘glass’ coatings?
Glass is considered an amorphous solid and does not have a long-range ordering or arranging of its molecules. While ceramic is a highly ordered, crystalline structure at a very low energy state – which makes it very durable and stable causing it to also be highly resistant to chemical reaction.
Can heat or frost harm the Jade Ceramic Coating protection after it has had an opportunity to cure?
No, the coating is very stable and highly resistant to temperature uctuations. In fact, heat in excess of 100-300°C will drive the coating to further crosslink and cure further. While, low temperatures, even in excess of -40°C, will never cause the ceramic coating to crack, peel or delaminate from the surface.
Are Jade Ceramics approved by anyone?
Yes, Jade Ceramics are approved by Boeing Aerospace to their rigorous quality testing and endorsed to their D-6 17487T standard.