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Lotus Effect

The lotus effect or superhydrophobicity has been known for many years, and is named after the lotus flower that grows in muddy waters but always looks clean. The lotus leafs contain micro and nanostructures making the leaf surface super hydrophobic to water, and when rain drops fall on the leafs, the water peels of and removes dirt and dust.
The structures of the lotus leaf can be mimicked, and recently other structures have been identified to provide superhydrophobic surface properties, e.g. honeycomb structures.

NILT produces NIL stamps, molds, and masters with superhydrophic patterns as well as imprint service, hot embossing service, Roll-to-Roll replication service and production of super hydrophobic films.

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