T2G Group Signs DFI License to Introduce Patented 3D Nanotechnology in Brazil

Date: 10 December 2012
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI)
Sao Paolo-based group signs five-year license to launch Diamon-Fusion® CVD nano-system in multiple glass markets New agreement solidifies DFI´s expansion in LatAm markets Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, announced today  the signing of a license agreement with Sao-Paolo based Glass Group, T2G | TECHNICAL GLASS GROUP.  This agreement includes the supply of DFI´s proprietary CVD chamber 3D system to be installed and implemented at T2G plant in 2013.T2G | TECHNICAL GLASS GROUP, a Brazilian privately-held company with extensive experience in the architectural  glass manufacturing, is a leading provider of a wide-range of glass products with an emphasis on solutions for structural glazing, roofing, canopies and skylights, special facades, spider, railings, stairs and floors, pools and aquariums, ACM aggregates steel and glass, hardware design and supply of special steel for fixing structural glazing.

T2G has always invested in high technology, engineering and professional development in specialty glass solutions  tailored to the needs of each architectural project and market requirements.  The company offers a safe and effective option for viability of contemporary architectural lines that require flexibility, high performance and efficient technical assistance from concept design, through product specification, to its final installation.

"We have been assessing and testing protective surface products for some time and have concluded that DFI´s unique scalability to cover all market demands, coupled with its high quality, offers by far the most optimal and cost-effective coating solution for us," shared Mauricio Margaritelli, Managing Director and President of  T2G Glass Group. "We also took into consideration, DFI´s proven track record globally and the patent behind its premium product, along with the CVD chamber capability, which virtually provides an unlimited production capacity as key factors, given our projected growth in Brazil."

Guillermo Seta, Corporate Vice President and Executive Director of DFI,  added: "This new expansion in Brazil with T2G, utilizing our proprietary chamber system, represents an important milestone for us, considering such vast emerging market and largest in South America. This agreement also further demonstrates our industrial advantages when it comes to  cost effectiveness and manufacturing capabilities."

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Date: 10 December 2012
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI)

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