Benefits of the photocatalysis process
Pureti's photocatalytic technology in the iSCAPE Project was recognized by the H2020 as one of the 10 most disruptive technologies to combat pollution in the next 60 years in the European Union.
Winners of the iSCAPE project to reduce pollution in the European Union
This project has received funds from the Horizon 2020 research and innovation program in grant agreement nº 689954
Trinity College Dublin (IRE), Universita di Bologna (IT), University of Surrey (UK), Ilmatieteen, Laitos (FIN), Universiteit Hasselt (BEL), Technische Universitat Dortmund (GER), JRC -Joint Research Centre- European Commission (BEL), Institut d'Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya, (ESP), T6 Ecosystems srl (ITA), Pureti (ESP-USA)
Technology and Innovation at the highest level
NASA and Cristal Active were looking for a nanotechnology with TiO2 and signed a “Partnership” agreement with PURETI.
Now Ecobike® has PURETI technology in its electric and ecological bicycles.
The photocatalysis process
If we apply the self-destructive and self-sustaining TiO2 nanotechnology to all surfaces, it works with the power of light, destroying microorganisms, viruses, bacteria and VOCs. This treatment effects last more than a year.
Differential characteristics over any other photocatalytic treatment.
PURETI is an invisible coating with TiO2, always in contact with light, which does not affect the appearance of your Ecobike® electric bike.
PURETI is in the 40n nanometer range.
A single application of PURETI will work for over a year.
PURETI adheres to all surfaces, taking full advantage of its potential purifying effect.
PURETI is 25 times more efficient than its predecessor technologies.