Dural Bond is a ceramic coating which was developed for industrial use.  Upon application, the nano-molecular matrix structure substantially increases the surface compressive strength.  Added benefits include anti-scratch, self-cleaning capabilities and a hydrophobic surface.


There are some solutions which provide a hydrophobic effect and surface protection, but are not as durable due to the lack of bonding strength.  Dural Bond uses Cubic Bonding Technology, which is a chemical bond between the substrate and the coating, thus resulting in increased longevity when compared to static bond products.



Glass Level                                                    High (dependent on substrate)

Curing Condition                                         Air or Thermal Cured

Dry-to-touch                                                 2 – 8 hours @ room temperature

Full Function                                                  3 – 5 days @ room temperature

Pencil Hardness (JIS 5400)                      9H (SGS hv-12-00681X)

Adhesion (ASTM D3359)                           5B

Alkaline Resistance (JIS5400)                 PASS (SGS HV-11-00656XA)

Acid Resistance (JIS5400)                       PASS (SGS HV-11-00656XA)

Salt Resistance (JIS5400)                        PASS (SGS HV-11-00656XA)


All SGS certifications are available under Tech Specs & Testing.

Benefits & Uses

Dural Bond benefits include:


  • Permanent Coating

  • Easy-to-clean surface

  • Anti-graffiti & anti-fingerprint

  • Thermal resistance up to 750 °C

  • Withstands weathering (tested over 60 months)

  • UV resistance & xanthochromia proof

  • Advanced chemical resistance

  • Oxidation & corrosion resistance

  • Outstanding durability

Dural Bond can be easily applied in one of the following methods:


Spraying – results in an even, thin and smooth coating. Recommended applications are:


  • Aviation & Marine lacquer

  • Kitchenware topcoat

  • Electronic device housing

  • Alloy wheel topcoat

  • Solar Panels

  • Lights & lighting

  • Art Protection

  • Furniture & Interior

  • Textiles & Leathers


Brushing & Rolling – results in a thicker coating with visible streaks.  This method is primarily used on surfaces which do not require a high- quality finish and is often used to prevent graffiti.  Recommended applications are:


  • Building materials

  • Public transportation

  • Signboards

  • Construction & Real Estate

  • Monument maintenance

  • Public areas & hospitals

  • Granite floor




Dipping – results in the thinnest, most even coating and is most suitable when used to coat smaller objects.  Recommended applications are:


  • Glass industry

  • Electroplate industry

  • Electronic housing units

  • Consumer Electronics