The indoor environment threatens human health with a variety of harmful substances coming from the floor, carpets, furniture, pets, and even electronic devices, as well as from simple building materials. The harmful effect of such indoor air pollution is more apparent among children, elderly and patients with relatively weak immune systems.
The technology owner is trying to solve the problem of indoor pollution in the greenest way through eco-friendly building materials that can perform several functions in a passive manner such as humidity control, purifying harmful substances, and removal of odor, offering pleasant air in the indoor space.
As customised products, they can be easily installed without other engineers and attach to all types of walls (wood, bricks, cement, etc.). The technology owner seeks to further improve the completeness of the product through technical collaboration with IoT companies, paint or building material developers with complementary technologies.
At the core of this technology is the micro-hole on the surface of the building materials. For this technology, a mixture of different active materials is used and the main ingredient is plaster. A 3D porous structured micro hole on the surface of the product adsorbs various VOCs or odours using anions from the plaster. The absorbed compounds also combine with the moisture of the product in order to be converted into harmless substances. Hazardous substances such as formaldehyde attached to the product react with UV light from fluorescent lights and incandescent lights and convert them into water or carbon dioxide.
The features of this technology are:
Markets where this technology can be applied in are: