Using sunlight and TiO2 for a cleaner tomorrow

CristalACTiV™ TiO2 is the key ingredient in many self-cleaning and depolluting materials, giving the formulator many options with its wide range of highly photoactive powders and aqueous sols.

Uses in photocatalysis

  • Depolluting, self-cleaning and top coatings
  • Depolluting and self-cleaning construction materials (paving blocks, mortars and roof tiles)
  • Photocatalytic air and water purifiers

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