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Science behind SmartCoat

An Innovative Technology Breakthrough in Global Disinfectants Market

SmartCoat is one of the dominant players in the global disinfectants market with its powerful nanotechnology advancements. It is an eco-friendly nano-coating disinfectant with TiO2 base solution. It uses nano-sized Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and Dispersion Technology that makes surfaces ultra-safe. TiO2 is a safe substance and harmless to humans.

  1. A Nano-sized Titanium Dioxide
  2. Visible light Response and Reaction
  3. Dispersion Technology
  4. Titanium Dioxide Concentration
  5. Binding Capabilities
  6. Spraying and Fixing Directly
  7. Gets Dry and firm Instantly
  8. Can be Sprayed on any surface
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Non toxic

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Anti Bacteria /
Antivirus

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Anti Fungal

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VOC removal

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Self Cleansing

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Deodorizing

Make the surfaces instant killers of bacteria and viruses.

  • SmartCoat uses Nano-sized Titanium Dioxide that forms an invisible layer and kills the bacteria and viruses, including SARS COV-2.
  • Its visible light response and reaction feature activates the nanoparticles at the speed of light. Thus, you see an instant action.
  • You can use it for various applications across any industry, the product is 100% non-toxic.
  • Not only does SmartCoat fight viruses and germs instantly, but it dries instantly.
  • It can be sprayed on any surface, right from walls to refrigerator doors.
  • It offers effective and long-lasting protection.
  1. Nano-sized Titanium Dioxide (2-3 nm)
  2. Transparent - easy to apply to any surface due to Dispersion Technology
  3. Visible Light Response and Reaction
  4. SELF Binding Capabilities without any binder
  5. Spraying and Fixing Directly, Dry and Firm Instantly
  6. Fatest Germ Killing Within Impact
  7. Germ Free/Control = Rate of Germ Kill > Multiplication Rate of Germs
  1. Titanium Dioxide (TiO2), also known as titanium(IV) oxide or titania, is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium, chemical formuls TiO2.
  2. TiO2 is non-toxic and approved by food testing laboratory of the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA), CE certified.
  3. TiO2 is considered to be a safe substance, and harmless to human.
  4. It has a wide range of applications, from paint to sunscreen to food colouring, and commonly found in daily products i.e. lipsticks, body power, toothpastes, Panadol, etc.
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Greening the environment

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SmartCoat Project and Reports

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SmartCoat - Hospitals 2015

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Wood Company Presentation

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SmartCoat Presentation 2014

Frequently Asked questions

Nano is derived from the Greek word "dwarf ". 1 nanometer is approximately 100,000 times thinner than a human hair. Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing science of producing and utilizing nano-sized particles that measure in nanometers (1 nm = 1 billionth of a metre). The term nanoparticle is generally used to indicate particles with dimensions less than 100 nanometers (one nanometer is one billionth of a meter). For comparison, a human hair is about 100,000 nm in diameter, while a smoke particle is about 1,000 nm in diameter.

Yes, SmartCoat is proven to be effective against coronavirus and all other SARS COV-2 viruses. It is tested and verified by CCMB (The Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology).

The potential SmartCoat applications include:

  • Exterior surface mold & moss protection
  • Air purification for VOCs, NOx, other air quality pollutants
  • Key components like filters, dusts of UV air purification equipment Anti-bacterial For Epidemic (H5N1, SARS Cov 2, MRSA) defense Disease prevention after earthquake, flood, cyclone and etc.
  • Hospitals, public spaces, every day home anti-bacterial treatment Anti-bacterial surface treatment, anti-mould & anti-moss
  • On stucco, concrete, wood, marble, granite, metal, paint, panels
  • Deodorization: For pet odour control, garbage odour treatment , tobacco smoke odour removal
  • Water purification for printing and dyeing industry & for water storage tanks

Titanium is the 9th-most common element on earth and titanium oxide is used as a white pigment in paint and cosmetics. As a pigment a lower grade titanium dioxide is used. For photocatalyst applications like air-purifying, anti-bacterial use and self-cleaning purpose a very high-grade photo reactive titanium dioxide is used. Its high levels of reaction to light enable it to act as a catalyst to produce large quantities of hydroxyl radicals that cause the oxidation of organic matter, sterilise most bacteria and clear the air of pollutants. Titanium dioxide can do this without changing its own structure, thereby causing it to have an indefinite life span. Addtionally, it is non-toxic to the environment and humans, it is no wonder it is being talked about in the same glowing terms used to describe the future of plastic when it first came to the market.

TiO2 used as photocatalyst is physically and chemically safe, the US certified it as a food additive in 1968 and Japan did in 1983. It is now used widely in making white chocolates and functional cosmetics, including lipsticks. The Food Analysis Center of Japan Food Research Laboratories and Mitsubishi Chemical Safety Institute Ltd. demonstrated its safety through skin simulating tests and acute oral toxicity test.

Photo-Catalysis is defined as "acceleration by the presence of a catalyst". A catalyst does not change in itself or being consumed in the chemical reaction. This definition includes photosensitization, a process by which a photochemical alteration occurs in one molecular entity as a result of initial absorption of radiation by another molecular entity called the photosensitized. Chlorophyll of plants is a type of photocatalyst called photosynthesis. Photocatalysis is when chlorophyll captures sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose. Photocatalysis is the creation of a strong oxidation agent to breakdown any organic matter to carbon dioxide and water in the presence of the photocatalyst, light and water.

Indoor air and surface quality test can provide you with detailed information on the composition, sources and levels of indoor pollutants.

VOCs - Volatile Organic Compounds are gases given off by a number of indoor sources. Formaldehyde is one of the most common VOCs. Formaldehyde is a colourless gas with an unpleasant smell. It is common in many building materials such as plywood, particleboard, and glues. Formaldehyde is also found in furnishings (furniture, drapes and carpets) and in some types of foam insulation. Other sources of VOCs and formaldehyde include burning of fuels: gas, wood, kerosene, and tobacco products. VOCs also come from personal care products such as perfumes and hair spray, from cleaning agents and dry cleaning fluid, paints, lacquers and varnishes, and from copying and printing machines. VOCs can be released from a product for several years, though the amounts given off tend to be less as the product ages and "dries out".

VOCs can cause irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, nausea and dizziness, and skin problems. Higher amounts can cause irritation of the lungs and wheezing. Higher exposures to formaldehyde may also cause memory problems and anxiety.

The process of combining oxygen with some other substance or a chemical change in which and atom loses electrons. The most powerful advanced oxidation systems are based on the generation of hydroxyl radicals. They act as very powerful disinfecting agents by oxidizing cells of micro-organizms, causing rupture of the cell and leakage of vital composition.

Micro-organisms carry a negative charge while TiO2 coated surface carries a positive charge. This creates an "electromagnetic" attraction between the microbe and treated surface. Once contact is made, the microbe is oxidized and dies instantly.

Although it is originally water-soluble, it dries quickly after application and becomes water-insoluble. It also becomes very hard in ten to fourteen days after application. It does not come off unless the surface is polished. Titanium dioxide is merely the catalyst and is not changed, its effect is semi-permanent except when walls and ceilings are repainted.

Dust particle is no longer attracted to the oily components on the TiO2 treated surface.

Hydrophilic means water loving. When the surface of photocatalytic film is exposed to light, the contact angle of the phtocatalyst surface with water is reduced gradually. After enough exposure to light, the surface reaches a super-hydrophilic state. In other words, it does not repel water at all, so water cannot exist in the shape of a drop, but spreads flatly on the surface of the substrate. The water takes the form of a highly uniform thin film, which behaves optically like a clear sheet of glass. The hydrophilic nature of titanium dioxide, coupled with the gravity, will enable the dust particles to be swept away following the water stream, thus making the product self-cleaning.

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