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Specification of Biocera T Series
Item Type Packing Unit Application Addictive &
recommended
Biocera T
(for internal)
liquid 18 Liter/ bottle Interior coating/material additive Agent agreement needed
Biocera T
(for filter)
liquid 18 Liter/ bottle Air filter, anti-bacterial deodorization

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Specification of Biocera T Series
Item Type Packing Unit Application Addictive &
recommended
Biocera T
(for internal)
liquid 18 Liter/ bottle Interior coating/material additive Agent agreement needed
Biocera T
(for filter)
liquid 18 Liter/ bottle Air filter, anti-bacterial deodorization
Description

Deodorization of smell

Treatment of wastewater {Hydrophilic effect}

Decomposition of pollutant

Antibacterial, Antifungal Functions

VOC reducing test
 Activator
VOC(ng)Normal(uncoated) MDFCoated MDF
1,1,1-trichloro-ethane 13.817 0
Benzene 295.311 83.316
Trichloroethylene 310.664 0
Toluene A23157.34 997.561
Ethylbenzene 0~238.871 123.885
p-Xylene 3228.665 259.249
Styrene 222.285 94.56
o-Xylene 1996.194 159.934
1,2,4-trimethyl-Benzene 905.092 0
Total 30129.37 1718.505

What is the semiconductor Photocatalyst?

Photocatalyst is defined as "acceleration by the presence of catalyst". 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.
We call this "photosensitized the photocatalyst", but it excludes the photo acceleration of a stoichiometric thermal reaction (exergonic or endergonic) irrespective of whether it occurs in homogeneous solution or at the surface of an illuminated electrode. Nanotitania Photocatalyst acts as an oxidizing agent when activated by ultraviolet ray, especially sunlight.

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Photocatalyst acts as an oxidizing agent when activated by ultraviolet ray, especially sunlight. When a photocatalyst titanium dioxide (TiO2) captures ultraviolet light (from UV-A to UV-B widely and 350~380 nano meter is the most efficient range of UV) it forms activated oxygen from water or oxygen in the air. This process is similar to photosynthesis, in which chlorophyll captures sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose. The activated oxygen is strong enough to oxidize and decompose organic materials or smelling gas, and kill bacteria.

Our photocatalystic titanium dioxide is capable of decomposing various ingredients that produce odors, mainly organic compounds, into carbon dioxide and water by light irradiation

Especially, Biocera® photocatalyst coating technology has made it possible for house building materials to have advanced functions,
that is, sterilizing bacteria and virus, deodorizing, and anti-fouling properties.

Features of Biocera T
FDA Certificate Verified non-toxic material as the result of the oral toxicity test by FDA rule
Deodorization Absorption and decomposition of VOCs, odor matters etc.
Anti-Pollutant Prevent pollution by removing dust and pollutant.
Self-Cleaning Hydrophilic effect and prevention of impurity (Anti-blocking for polluted substances)
Antibacterial & Antifungal Clean & Hygiene effect

* Biocera T also shows good effects under no-light by its active catalyst reaction.

BIOCERA T
Activator

TiO2, SiO2, ZnO, ZrO2, Ag and etc

Type Powder / Liquid
Color White / Semi-transparent
Particle Size

5 ~ 20 ㎚

Crystal Structure Anatase
Solvent Water / Alcohol
pH 2.0 ~ 7.0
Gravity 1.0±0.1

Packing : 2L, 10L, 20L

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