Researchers have developed a new coating that could make ice simply slide off of equipment and car windshields.
June 1, 2016
On your car windshield, ice is a nuisance. On an airplane, a wind turbine, an oil rig or power line, it can be downright dangerous. In addition, removing it with the methods available today—usually chemical melting agents or labor-intensive scrapers and hammers—is difficult and expensive.
Surface defects in a coating is one of the most costly issues facing the auto manufacturing industry, or any high end surface coating application, including boats, aircraft and sporting equipment. Read More