The Evolution of waterproofing your drone
Water repellent is a collective term used for substrates that don't get wet easily (ya really!). That includes the terms water resistant as well as waterproof. So, a water repellent product can be either water resistant or waterproof, depending on the level of repellency.
Commonly, many call the waterproofing process "sealing". As with many other processes, sealing, or waterproofing has come a long way in a short period of time.
It now includes protection from UV rays, chemicals, salt and a host of other environmental contaminants that destroy the product that we are attempting to preserve.
Many times today we are not using the conventional "waterproofing" of the past. In the past, we used a coating, a physical barrier that left a substantial layer between the substrate and the environment. It "sealed" the product form the environment around it with a coating preventing physical contact of the two worlds.
Looking forward, things are not done that way any more. Compounds like DryDrone used to waterproof your drone don't need a thick physical barrier that they did at one time because they are not creating a barrier, and this is where it becomes interesting.
In the new world of nano technologies, there is a new standard, a new process and way of thinking. Nano particles are extremely small. Thousands of times smaller than any conventional "chemical" was only a few years ago. We make everything smaller, even the components in almost every new chemical, everything is nano sized particles.
With that in mind, lets move ahead, lets talk about DryDrone. Drone waterproofing is specifically for Electronics. (or drones in this case)
Why is DryDrone the best product for drone waterproofing and what advanced features does it really have? Stay Tuned.