Hydrophob stands for „water repellend“. The precept is pretty easy. You have to discern between “surface energy” (solid body) and “surface tension” (liquids).

To create a certain effect the relation between energy and tension is the key.

For example, water is a liquid with a pretty high surface tension.

If you want to create a hydrophobic surface (water repellent) the solid body should have a small surcace tension.

You can say: Small surface tension = difficult wetting by water

Exactly in this case you can use CLEASY.

Our surface treatments adjust the surface energies in such a way, that water is pealing away like at the LOTUS plant.

Through this we reach optimal effects, in this case it is called HYDROPHOBIA!