Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co Ltd. Chooses Diamon-Fusion International (DFI) As Its Primary Glass Coating Supplier

Date: 22 April 2011
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Major Leading Chinese Glass Manufacturer and Worldwide Exporter Selects US-Based DFI to Help Satisfy the Growing Demand for Easy-To-Clean Glass Coatings.

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, announced today that Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co. Ltd., a leading Chinese manufacturer and fabricator of clear glass, has chosen DFI's Clear-Fusion™ Pro as its primary glass coating, according to Russ Slaybaugh, vice president and general manager of DFI. Intex's processed glass product components are used in a wide-variety of finished products in North America, Europe and Asia for both interior and exterior glass applications. Xiamen, China-based Intex will import its coating supplies from US-based DFI, having chosen the DFI for its superior product performance, quality customer service and competitive pricing.

DFI's new Clear-Fusion Pro product provides a high-quality coating at an affordable price for high-volume manufacturers. The purchasing end-user receives a more brilliant, hygienic and easier to clean glass surface resulting in less time and money spent cleaning, as well as protection against hard water stains and other contaminants that can permanently damage the glass. This reduced cleaning requirement also delivers the "green" benefit of reducing the use of harsh chemical cleaners that were previously needed to clean the glass, saving money and minimizing environmental impact.

"Knowing that Intex had the option of partnering with any coating company in the world, the choice of DFI is an affirmation of our commitment to offering the best combination of price and performance in any and all markets around the globe," stated Slaybaugh "We look forward to working with Intex to capitalize on the growing demand for easy-to-clean glass coatings in North America, Europe and Asia." 

"We believe this new coating will add value to our products and satisfy the growing demand for a high-quality coating from our new and existing customers, added Helen Chang, director of Exporting Department for Intex Glass."

To learn more about DFI's full-range of protective coating products, please visit the Diamon Fusion International company website at To learn more about Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co Ltd. and its full range of manufactured glass product lines, please visit

About Diamon-Fusion International (DFI)

For over a decade, Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), a California-based and privately-held US company, along with its research team have produced and distributed a variety of products designed for the restoration, protection and maintenance of silica-based surfaces, such as glass, granite, tile, porcelain and quartz. The breadth of DFI's product offering ranges from award-winning and patented, professional quality products only available through authorized distributors (licensees) to easy-to-use highly-effective, do-it-yourself products for consumers. Through consistently introducing innovative products and educating the industry on the benefits of surface coating technologies for glass and glass-like surfaces, DFI has become a worldwide leader in coating products and services. DFI has representation and distribution centers in North and South America, Europe, Asia, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

About Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co. Ltd.

Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co Ltd has been part of the Intex Group of companies since 1993. Presently the company owns and operates six modern float lines, one mirror line, 2 Low -E lines and three processing factories in China. Intex float lines produce approx 3,500 tons of glass per day. Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co Ltd manufactures float glass in 2mm to 19mm thickness. Having acquired and incorporated the latest manufacturing technology in one of its float lines, its float glass has become known throughout South East China and beyond for its consistent quality. The company's Low E lines are able to produce 11.2 millions square meters or approx. 120 millions square feet per year. Intex Glass is better known yet for its fabricated glass products which are manufactured in several high-output mass production factories in Xiamen. Processing activities include tempering, screen printing, laminating, mirrors, IG units and soft coating Low-E and mirror manufacturing. All of the processed glass products have found their end use as components in a wide variety of finished products manufactured by its customer base in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information about DFI you may visit the award-winning company website: and

600450 Intex Glass (Xiamen) Co Ltd. Chooses Diamon-Fusion International (DFI) As Its Primary Glass Coating Supplier
Date: 22 April 2011
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.

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