By David Crane
david (at) defensereview (dot) com
October 20, 2016
Speaking of DryWired nanotechnologies (as if nanocomposite hard armor plates aren’t interesting enough), If you’ve got electronics, glass, fabric/textiles or metal that needs protecting, DryWired’s protective nanocoatings, or “surface modification chemistries/technologies“, may just be the most interesting and advanced protective-coating solution DefenseReview’s (DR) seen to date. Not only do the nanocoatings protect the material, they can also control heat and light transmission, which is pretty amazing. The former property is known as thermal insulation, and it’s pretty intriguing.
DR actually first came across DryWired’s nanocoating technology at SOFIC (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference) 2015, and shot some video (see below), and we were really blown away by the nanocoatings’ properties and performance. So, we were glad to see DryWired again at SOFIC 2016–and we shot some more video (see below).
In the videos below, shot by Defense Review, DryWired’s Alex Nesic takes DR through the tech’s multiple capabilities and properties very nicely, so check ’em out:
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