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Create Easy Clean


e9 Treatments create an ultra-thin, invisible layer that prevents buildup from adhering to a surface, making it easy to wipe or rinse away deposits.

Improve Asset


Our surface treatments help prevent the bonding of organic and inorganic substances to a treated surface, improving performance and extending the lifecycle of equipment.

Reduce System 


Extend your maintenance and cleaning cycles by up to 4X with e9 Treatments’ surface solutions. Optimize production efficiency by extending equipment run time, minimizing the need for replacement parts, and reducing maintenance costs.

Extend Material


Our surface treatments create a protective layer that minimizes the buildup of organic and inorganic materials on metal and glass surfaces, reducing the potential for buildup to damage these surfaces.

How it works

e9’s nanotechnology based surface treatments permanently change the molecular structure of the treated surface to help deter the buildup of organic and inorganic materials. The use of nanotechnology means that all reactions occur on a nanoscale (10-9  or one billionth of a meter). Using nanoscale material, allows our engineers and scientists to work with a very large surface area . This means that when nanoscale materials are used as a treatment, there is more contact with the surface material (metal or glass) than with conventional treatments, creating a stronger bond. 

A STRONGER bond means longer lifespan.


Unlike coatings and paints, e9 Treatments do not alter the appearance, conductivity or function of the treated surface.  Particulates may still be found on the treated material; however, e9 Treatments help prevent bonding of these particulates to the surface. This means that the surface can be easily cleaned by rain, water spray or wiping the surface with a soft cloth. 

To learn more, visit e9 Treatments here, give us a call anytime at 1-800-543-9152 or email us at

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"Slow The Buildup of Paraffins, Asphaltenes and Other Oil-Based Contaminants"

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