HOW MC TITANIUM PHOTOACTIVE COATING WORKS
MC TITANIUM COATING performs an anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-mold action, very effective, since instead of other anti-bacterial agents it does not kill bacteria or molds, but through oxidation-reduction reactions it decomposes them into gaseous substances that are dispersed in the surrounding environment not accumulating on the catalyst.
The decomposition of the bacteria takes place by means of the hydroxide radicals (OH•) and the oxygen anions (O2-) generated by the photocatalytic process which attack the lipid membrane of the bacteria decomposing it and preventing the aerobic respiration phase of the bacteria.
Therefore, the microorganisms die and are then gradually decomposed to obtain carbon dioxide and water which are released into the surrounding environment.
The destruction of molds, bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms allows the elimination of bad odors associated with their presence and allows the substrate to which the titanium dioxide is applied to be maintained at high hygienic conditions.
LET’S TALK OF DIMENSIONS
MC TITANIUM COATING has an average particle size of 5–7 nanometers, much smaller than a virus oR bacterium. The drawing shows the dimensions we are talking about on a proportional scale. This nanostructure, thanks to its strong adhesion power, is able to cling to any substrate and, thanks to the photochemical action of the product, it is able to decompose any chemical element carbon-based or biological that settles on its surface. MC TITANIUM COATING, after drying, is not toxic or harmful.
MC TITANIUM PHOTOACTIVE COATING APPLICATIONS
MC TITANIUM COATING is used in buildings, hospitals, windows & glass, airplanes, airports and other public places.
For instance hospital Acquired Infections are a $30 Billion annual problem in the US alone. Six areas that are not typically disinfected well: