Nano-suction technology

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Nano-suction is a technology that uses vacuum, negative fluid pressure and millions of nano-sized suction cups to securely adhere any object to a flat non-porous surface. When the nano-suction object is pressed against a flat surface, millions of miniature suction cups create a large vacuum, generating a strong suction force that can hold a tremendous amount of weight. The nature of the technology allows easy removal without residue, and makes it reusable.


There have been a wide range of applications of nano-suction technology, also known as "anti-gravity", ranging from hooks, frames, mirrors, notepad organisers, mobile phone[1] cases[2][3] and large houseware products.

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  1. ^ ""Turn your iPhone into a mirror, bottle opener, and more with Megaverse"". Yahoo! News. Retrieved 2017-02-08.
  2. ^ ""Fund this: NanoHold suctions your smartphone to nearly any surface"". CNET. Retrieved 2017-02-08.
  3. ^ ""Alumnus invents suction cup phone case"". State News, Inc. Retrieved 2017-02-08.