Science behind this

What is Photocatalysis?

A photocatalyst is a substance that generates catalyst activity using energy from light.

In the absence of light, Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) particles absorb the organic pollutants and toxins.

In the presence of light, photocatalysis occurs. Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) Particles absorbs light and produces radicals that decompose organic pollutants and toxins converting them to harmless Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Water Molecules (H2O).

Application

  • Anti-bacteria / Anti-Virus
  • Self-cleaning and Anti-Dry
  • Air Purification
  • Odor Control
  • Anti-Mold
  • Energy Saving

Feature

  • Purify most air pollution include NOx and VOCs
  • Environmental-friendly , no extra pollution
  • Organic pollutant decomposition
  • Catalytic action mode, longtime performance
  • Control bad smells
  • Eliminate air borne bacteria and virus

Why Nano TiO2?

Typical Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) particles need to be activated with Ultraviolet (UV) light. By utilising one of the smallest and strongest TiO2 nanoparticles, Infinite Photocatalyst Nano Coating is effective under visible light making it the perfect protection for you facility both inside and out.

What is Catalytic Action Mode?

Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) is not consumed in the photocatalytic reaction that takes place. It simply acts as a catalyst hence the TiO2 particles are still in Catalytic Action Mode and can last for several years.

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