Photocatalysis has existed since the 70s and is very well developed in other countries, such as Japan, where there is a photocatalytic university in charge of studying this process.

Buildings and cities that decontaminate and clean themselves, reducing maintenance costs by up to 60%. That is the magic of a chemical process, the photocatalysis with Tio2, which neutralizes toxic compounds such as NOx nitrogen oxides, the application of one square meter is equivalent to planting a tree . It also eliminates odors and bacteria.

The applications have shown very relevant results for buildings that use photocatalysis coatings, this means that it is no longer necessary to clean a building every few years, the une2 product takes care of the facades protecting them from ultra violet radiation and water, preventing their irreversible deterioration, with the added costs of costly repairs.

Materials such as concrete, bricks, panels, glass remain newer for longer because the photocatalyst coatings decompose the dirty compounds that form on the surfaces. Rain or simple surface washings help the compounds to float away.

Reduces the absorption of dust and other particles, the surfaces have no static electric charge, which reduces the absorption of dust and other particles; Preventing dirt from adhering to the treated surfaces, the activated oxygen generated also breaks down the dirt adhering to the surface and helps prevent it from sticking.

Fungi and molds damage the surfaces of exterior structures and interior surfaces. Many fungi also produce allergies or toxins that harm humans, animals and plants.