Window system made of structurally reinforced PVC profiles
Window system made of structurally reinforced PVC profiles with heat-reflective coating on the outside to reduce thermal deformation, integrated hardware ventilation, controllable solar shading, and nanocoating of titanium dioxide (TiO2) on the glazing to reduce harmful organic and inorganic compounds in the outside air.
Photocatalysis is the degradation of many harmful organic and inorganic compounds under the influence of light. The basic component of the protective layer of photocatalytic coating is TiO2, which, when deposited on the surface of a solid, is activated by UV radiation and generates reactive oxygen species. The titanium dioxide converts the absorbed light energy into chemical energy, triggering the decomposition reaction of pollutants. These include NOx, formaldehyde, benzene, bacteria, viruses and other volatile organic compounds. For example, harmful nitrogen oxides are deposited on a surface coated with a nano titanium coating. Under the influence of sunlight, TiO2 from the composition of the coating forms active oxygen species that combine with water vapor from the air and form hydroxyl radicals. Hydroxyl radicals activate the oxidation reactions of nitrogen oxides. This means that the dangerous NOx decomposes into harmless nitrate ions and completely neutral water vapor. Together In summary, the phenomenon of photocatalysis causes harmful compounds to decompose into completely neutral products. In addition, it acquires self-cleaning properties.
- Self-cleaning glass
- Reduction of thermal deformation
- Efficient ventilation due to PAD fitting
- Reduction of harmful organic and inorganic compounds in the outside air