Air Purification Solution




Our photocatalyst coating is a revolutionary light purifying technology to combat indoor air pollution.

Special surface treatment: An environmental friendly Photocatalyst titanium dioxide coating is applied on the surface creating a very fine durable transparent thin film. These surface treatments cure at ambient temperature and dry to touch within 1 – 2 hours, forming a 0.2 to 0.5 micron thick film that chemically bonds to various substrates. After the treatment application, the photocatalyst film starts to absorb ultraviolet ray in ambient light to react with water vapor and forming the strong oxidizing agent, the hydroxyl radical. When applied on every surface, a three-dimensional air purification system is created. Any toxin floating in the air would be destroyed once they come in contact with the treated surface. This special system does not require any additional energy or modification of your current environment. This smart coating is activated whenever you turn on the light.
Utilizing the clean energy of light and strong oxidizing strength of hydroxyl radical and active oxygen ion, the Photocatalyst treatment creates a clean and safe indoor environment for you, your family and your employees. Based on its catalytic nature, the photocatalyst coating not be consumed during the overall chemical reaction. The treated surface regenerates its photocatalytic effect by reacting with oxygen in the air. Compare to photosynthesis of plants where carbon dioxide and water were used to synthesize starch and other organic matter, the photocatalyst breaks down any organic compound back into its original chemical form of carbon dioxide and water.

Surface treated with photocatalyst coating
TiO2 functions everywhere - 3 dimension purification coating

Photocatalyst Treatment can improve your indoor air quality by:

  • Reduce volatile organic compound and other toxic chemical concentration in a confined space.
  • Reduce odor caused by pet, cleaning products, building material, urine and fecal matter
  • Reduce mold spore in the air and suppress organic growth such as mold and mildew on the surface by eliminating organic material necessary for their growth.
  • Reduce bacteria and germs in the environment.

Formaldehyde, for example, is one of the commonly found volatile organic compounds in household products and paint.  Chronic exposure to formaldehyde can cause many serious health problems. Similar to photosynthesis of plants, the photocatalyst intelligent surface is activated simply by any light exposure.
Specialty Surface Treatment:

  • Extends the life of the physical asset
  • Three-Dimensional Air treatment for optimal air quality
  • Intelligent surface treatment to decompose different types of pollutants
  • Improves Indoor Air Quality to reduce the likelihood of Sick Building Syndrome from occurring therefore improves overall productivity
  • Reduce maintenance and overall operation cost
  • Suppress mold and organic growth
  • Reduce volatile organic compound and odor


Time Hydrogen Sulfide
Ammonia (NH3) Trimethylamine
Immediately after
Concentration (ppm)
30.0 30.0 30.0
10 minutes later Residual
Concentration (ppm)
27.5 3.5 4.4
Rate (%)
8.3 88.3 85.3
30 minutes later Residual
Concentration (ppm)
27.4 2.5 2.7
Rate (%)
8.7 91.7 91.0
1 hours later Residual
Concentration (ppm)
27.1 1.9 2.6
Rate (%)
9.7 93.7 91.3
2 hours later Residual
Concentration (ppm)
25.0 1.9 2.0
Rate (%)
16.7 93.7 93.3
5 hours later Residual
Concentration (ppm)
18.9 1.9 2.0
Rate (%)
37.0 93.7 93.3

Measurement: Far Infrared Rays Application Research Center

Test Method
1) Supplied material: Tiles coated with TiO2 photocatalysis
2) Odorous substance: Ammonia NH3, Trimethylamine (CH3)3N, Hydrogen sulfide H2S
3) Measurement method: Infused odorous substances with an initial concentration of 30ppm into four “five liter”containers in which the photocatalyst tiles wereinstalled. Two fluorescent lamps placed150 cm from the tiles. Theresidual concentration was measured after ten minutes, halfhour, one, two and five hours using the gas detector tube ” Kitagawa model”.