What is nanoYo
- nanoyo is a water-based liquid consisting of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) particles of 2-3 nanometers (nm).
- At this sub-nano scale, the materials’ behavior is governed by the laws of quantum mechanics.
- nanoYo TiO2 particles are weightless and is not influenced by gravity.
- nanoYo TiO2 particles are very active and have strong potential energy.
- The particles can bind itself strongly to substrates due to potential energy.
- These particles exhibit a powerful photo-catalytic effect when exposed to sunlight or artificial light. The energy shared creates very active Super Oxide Anion (O-) and Hydroxyl Radicals (-OH) that oxidizes and breaks down organic materials upon contact with them.
- Microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi are oxidized and destroyed leaving harmless residues.
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, methane, etc. are broken down to harmless Carbon Dioxide (CO2) & Water (H2O).
How clean is clean?
Everyone wants their surroundings to be clean. Who wouldn't? Are your surroundings really clean? The surfaces and air in your home, workplace, or vehicle may seem clean, but most enclosed areas such as buildings or vehicles are brimming with all sorts of nasty things such as bacteria, viruses, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds). These can cause you and those around you to become sick, smelly odours, and poor air quality. Illness can disrupt productivity in your business and reduce your quality of life.
We understand that you do your best to keep your surroundings as clean as you can. You probably have a closet full of cleaning detergents, sprays and powders that help keep things shiny and fresh-smelling. These cleaning products often contain harmful substances that destroy some of the bad things mentioned above and mask the bad smells, but they don't get them all... and you probably don't clean every surface in the room, every single day.
We here at nanoYo are proud of our size! Our nanoparticles are the some of the smallest available, and smaller is always better. The smaller the nanoparticle, the greater the number of them you can fit on the applied surface, and the greater the surface area of the nanoparticles applied. Greater surface means increased oxidation action from each and every nanoparticle. In other words, more surface area equals more reactions, which in turn means more oxidants. And because our nanoparticles are that small, they molecularly bind to the surface without any chemical binders. Chemical binders eventually break down, reducing the effectiveness of the nanoparticles. This means more frequent application or an inferior coating.