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DryWired™ Launches Compact Nanocoating System for Electronic Retailers

-- DryWired ™ to revolutionize the retail market for consumer electronic hydrophobic coatings by reducing the high entry-level costs traditionally associated with the technology.

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DryWired™ announced today that it is expanding its customized surface modification product portfolio to include the DryWired™ Nebula and the Nebula Junior. These revolutionary patent- pending desktop nanocoating systems are low cost, compact, and ideal for electronic retailers looking to offer invisible water repellent nanocoatings directly to their customers. The Nebula systems are a perfect solution for consumer-facing mobile phone retailers, repair/service centers, mobile phone accessory providers and other small businesses due to their small footprint and performance reliability.

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The Nebula systems can be used to nanocoat mobile phones, iPads and other tablets, gaming consoles, headsets, headphones and ear buds, hearing aids, cameras, electronic assemblies, and other high value items.

The DryWired™ Nebula features a two-tiered configuration in the chamber, which can accommodate a maximum of 28 smartphones per cycle. The more compact, DryWired™ Nebula Junior also features two configurable tiers and can accommodate up to 14 mobile devices per coating cycle. Both systems are safe and user friendly with programmable settings. The Nebula systems use disposable gas cartridges that are non-hazardous, non-toxic, and can be shipped worldwide without restrictions. The award-winning Nebula systems are designed and manufactured in California, U.S.A. and are CE-marked, ISO-certified and UL-listed.

"We are thrilled to introduce the DryWired™ Nebula and Nebula Junior," said DryWired™ VP of Business Development Alex Nesic.  "We are confident that these two compact nanocoating systems will provide a phenomenal value addition to a variety of retailers in the electronics sector by increasing the availability and driving down the cost of this protective service."

DryWired™ will present the Nebula systems to the public this week in Barcelona, Spain at the 2014 Mobile World Congress. The systems will be available for viewing and live demonstration by appointment only at the DryWired meeting room from Monday February 24th through Thursday February 27th, and thereafter at DryWired's Los Angeles & Miami showrooms. DryWired is now taking pre-orders on its Nebula systems for shipment beginning March 1st. To schedule a meeting or place a pre-order on either system, please contact Alex Nesic at [email protected].

About DryWired™
Los Angeles based DryWired licenses, customizes and distributes over 100 different
advanced protective nanocoating technologies providing critical protection to electronics,
textiles, infrastructure and transportation from liquids, oil, corrosion, heat and abrasion.
DryWired™ products and nanocoating machine systems are engineered and made in the USA.
www.drywired.com

DryWired™ Contact:

Alex Nesic
[email protected] / +1-310-855-1201

 

 

 

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