Infinite Photocatalyst Nano Coating

Infinite Photocatalyst Nano Coating is your secret weapon against transmittable diseases and pollutants. Apply one quick-dry coat without risk of discolouration and immediately be at ease knowing the interior surface will perfectly neutralise pathogens and mitigate environmental aggressors.


Formulated with Titanium Dioxide (TiO2)

Infinite’s Titanium Dioxide formulation causes a Photocatalysis which decomposes harmful organic pollutants into harmless, eco-friendly Water (H2O) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) molecules.

it is a safe & sustainable

one-stop solution for protection and prevention against organic pollutants.

why do you need it?

Strongest Protection

We use one of the smallest and strongest TiO2 Nanoparticles which allows Infinite to work under both Ultraviolet (UV) as well as Fluorescent and LED light.

Improved Air Quality

Infinite significantly reduces airborne pollutants like Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), cigarette smoke, microorganisms and other allergy triggers in any facility.

Environmentally Friendly

Infinite is an all-natural and sustainable solution to keep your surfaces clean. The photocatalyst mechanism does not consume any electricity and eliminates the need for harsh chemicals commonly used in routine cleaning. Only water and a cloth to wipe the coated surface is required.

Highly Durable

Infinite’s TiO2 Nanoparticles function as a catalyst and hence they are not consumed in the photocatalysis. This allows Infinite to remain active for __ 12 months (please fill in) years without routine maintenance.

We carried out an Infinite patch test of an area of a building and left the surrounding area untreated. The image on the left illustrates the result after 3 years proving Infinite’s durability.

For Nature, by Nature

Infinite’s TiO2 Nanoparticles reduces harmful pollutants in the same way trees purify the air around it. Infinite-treated facilities contribute to the surrounding environment: 100m2 of Infinite coating is equivalent to 70 poplar trees!