100 million smartphones now protected by P2i
Monday, Feb 22, 2020
P2i, the global leader in liquid-repellent nano technology, has hit a milestone by protecting 100 million smartphones from water damage with its liquid-repellent coating.

Whether it’s at home or on the move, P2i’s patented nano coating allows anything electronic to survive liquid exposure from everyday accidents. The company is celebrated by leading smartphone brands around the world for solving this common problem that consumers face nearly every day.

Carl Francis, Chief Executive Officer at P2i, said:

“This is a tremendous landmark for P2i and a testament to our cutting edge technology, as well as our unrivalled ability to operate in high volume manufacturing environments. In just 12 years, we’ve gone from tech start-up to trusted global brand.”

By integrating the nano coating process into existing manufacturing lines, P2i sets the standard for reliability and performance within the consumer electronics industry.

About P2i

P2i is the global leader in liquid-repellent nano coatings, helping companies around the world give their products improved protection against damaging elements such as water, oil, sweat and mud.

With a focus on the consumer electronics industry, P2i technology makes devices water resistant, improving their reliability and allowing them to survive liquid exposure in everyday accidents. Using a patented pulsed plasma process, P2i’s technology coats objects with an invisible protective coating that is 1/1000th the thickness of a human hair.

Headquartered near Oxford in England, P2i’s market-leading technology is protected by multiple patents. The company works directly with the world’s leading OEMs to integrate their nano coating technology into existing manufacturing lines.

P2i has roughly 100 employees and three laboratory facilities in the UK, USA and China to support its continuous development work. The company has 100’s of its nano coating systems for high-volume processing now in operation at its customers’ manufacturing facilities around the globe, including at factories in Brazil, Argentina, USA, China, India, Japan, UK, Switzerland and Germany.

For more information, please visit:  http://www.P2i.com

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