New Product Announcement: Ceramic Coatings

TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2023


Protective film and coating provider XPEL, Inc. has recently released four new ceramic coating products, including a new aircraft coating. Part of the company’s Fusion Plus line-up of paint protection options, the new offerings include:

  • Fusion Plus Premium, which reportedly maximizes durability and resistance to environmental elements, providing a solid and resilient shell that protects against harmful contaminants and hazards. The company says that it is designed to maintain a slick, glossy finish and is backed by a new, transferable eight-year warranty;
  • Fusion Plus Satin, specially formulated to protect satin paint and XPEL STEALTHTM paint protection film (PPF), helping to protect a vehicle's finish;
  • Fusion Plus Lite, which the company says offers excellent hydrophobic (repels water) properties, is easy to maintain and helps maintain vehicles at a new, entry-level price point; and
  • Fusion Plus Aircraft a ceramic coating specifically designed for aircraft.

The new aircraft coating also reportedly creates a super-slick, glossy shell that provides protection against a wide range of environmental hazards, including acid rain, bird droppings and other contaminants. Additionally, it is Boeing Spec Approved and is designed to reduce drag and minimize ongoing care, maintenance time and expenses.

XPEL reports that all of their ceramic coatings are applied by professional XPEL dealers and are backed by transferable warranties of varying years depending on the option taken.

“We’re excited to provide our dealers and customers with an expanded offering of ceramic coating products,” said Ranjit Maharajan, XPEL Director of Product Management.

 “We know that paint protection is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Consumers like choices, and we now have an even wider range of products—from entry-level to premium—to better help our customers protect their investments.”

According to the release, Fusion Plus coatings bond at the molecular level which, according to the company, seal and protect surface from contaminations, UV rays and insect acids. XPEL adds that the Fusion Plus’ hydrophobic properties repel dirt and liquids to make surfaces easy to clean.

The coatings are available now via XPEL dealers internationally.

   

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