As the leaders in car care innovation in Australia, we at Diamond Plate Australia are excited to share ground-breaking results from our latest venture – the Diamond Plate Graphene Ceramic Paint Protection. In an industry first, our product has undergone rigorous testing by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), affirming its superior chemical resistance.  

Our commitment to providing unparalleled paint protection led us to collaborate with CSIRO. Their latest report, titled “XC3963 Diamond Plate – Chemical Resistance Report,” confirms what we’ve always believed: our ceramic coating is not just effective; it’s exceptionally resilient. Tested against a battery of harsh chemicals including hydrochloric acid and ethanol, our Diamond Plate Graphene coating displayed remarkable resistance to discoloration, blistering, and cracking.

The CSIRO’s testing, conducted in accordance with ASTM D1308-20 standards, sets a new benchmark in the industry. This isn’t just any coating; it’s a testament to our dedication to quality and endurance. Our graphene-infused formula is specifically designed to withstand the unique challenges of the Australian climate and road conditions.

Imagine your vehicle, shielded by a layer so robust that even the most aggressive chemicals barely make an impact. This is what Diamond Plate’s Graphene offers – a fortress for your car’s paint, preserving its pristine condition and ensuring that it looks as good as new, years down the line.

Choosing Diamond Plate’s Graphene protection is an investment in your vehicle’s longevity and beauty. It’s not just a product; it’s peace of mind. Whether you’re navigating urban streets or exploring rugged landscapes, your car’s paint will be protected against whatever comes its way.

And remember, we offer a 10 year nation wide guarantee on our graphene protection product.  If you find that our product has failed to live up to our claims we will reapply it free of charge during that guarantee period.

For more details you can read the CSIRO report here.