Coating makes surfaces self-sanitizing, says developer
The technology uses titanium dioxide (TiO2). Once a surface is coated with TiO2, it remains self-sanitizing as long as enough light is present to trigger its photo catalytic effect. This destroys a bacteria cell’s wall and membrane, and reacts with the cell’s components, inhibiting the bacteria’s activity.
Since the coating does not use chemicals or wastewater, it reduces both environmental footprint and operational costs.
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