What is photocatalyst technology?
“Photocatalyst” is a general definition of a substance that triggers the change in a rate of chemical reaction without being altered or consumed by the reaction itself. A good example of such a reaction would be natural photocatalysis of leaves.
Photosynthesis is a chemical process that coverts carbon dioxide into organic compounds, especially starch, using the energy from sunlight. One of the most widely used substances in the process is oxidized titanium. Our product lineup utilizes the method radiating oxidized titanium coated ceramic units with 380nm wavelength ultraviolet light which results in eliminating viruses and unpleasant odors.
Photocatalystic ceramic material
Porous ceramic material coated with nano-oxidized titanium – our unique technology.