Bacteria-free surfaces!

The Nanobase coating system does not contain biocides and is not covered by Regulation (EU) No 528/2012 on the marketing and use of biocidal products.


MRSA, the most common hospital infection 

Hospital hygiene has been at the center of health policy and public interest for some time. In particular, so-called multidrug-resistant pathogens, in particular the most commonly detected methiccillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria, are of general concern. In most countries of the world, MRSA is the most common cause of hospital infections, which can lead to diarrhea, fever, peritonitis, dehydration and other serious consequences.


The number of hospital outbreaks has tripled in the last four years 

Every year, 25,000 people in Europe die from bacterial infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics on the market because they are caused by overuse of antibiotics. However, in some cases - transplantation, surgery, chemotherapy - the use of these agents is essential. There is a risk, on the one hand, of weakened patients' immune systems and, on the other, of the hospital's characteristic microflora, where pathogens are constantly present. Treatments, surgeries, and some modern diagnostic tools also favor the development of various infections.


How to suppress it? 

It is known that bacteria remain viable for several weeks even on sterile surfaces. Thus, a sterile environment alone is far from sufficient to kill multidrug-resistant pathogens. It is not a simple cleaning, but a disinfectant, which not only means visible purity, but also microbiological.


In contrast, the surface treated with Nanobase photocatalytic coating eliminates the problem of multidrug-resistant bacteria particularly efficiently and reliably.


This way the surface can be bacteria free! 

The coating is based on the principle of photocatalysis, resulting in a bacterial-free surface. Under the influence of natural or artificial light, viruses, bacteria and other pathogens decompose on contact with the surface treated with the nanotechnology. Our photocatalytic coating NB2236 is well suited to prevent the introduction of any pathogen. Thus, the coating is suitable not only for active protection against bacteria and viruses, but also for the industrial manufacture of antimicrobial masks, clothing and filters.



Application of photocatalytic coating 

Nanobase photocatalytic coating is applied by HVLP spraying. The proven low pressure spraying technique allows for a very clean coating on the ceiling and walls of the room with minimal loss of material without the need to remove fixtures from the room or ward.

The finished coating is colorless and odorless, so it doesn't bother anyone. As the film thickness is low (less than 0.4 microns) and drying is very fast, rooms can be reused in a very short time, thus avoiding additional costs. You can make the waiting room, the apartment or the surgery hygienic one morning or afternoon.


Unbeatable properties of our coating: 

  • absolutely safe to use

  • colorless, odorless

  • longer downtime is not required when applying

  • the coating can easily be applied to walls and ceilings

  • reasonably priced due to short application and drying times

  • 3 years warranty

  • cost savings through photocatalytic self-cleaning

 

Certifications and security 

Nanobase Photocatalytic Coating is safe, certified and safe for humans and the environment. Titanium dioxide (TiO2), the base of our products, has been used for many years as a white pigment in the paint industry, cosmetics and the food industry. In Hungary, titanium dioxide has its own E-number (E-171) and is also approved as a foodstuff.


The impact of our products is certified by certified independent laboratories and universities and certified: 

  • Quality-Labs Nürnberg

  • Leibniz Universitat Hannover

  • BSL Bioservice Scienfic Laboretories GmbH München

  • Product tested in Hungary: by the National Center for Epidemiology.

  • According to EN1276, EN1650




Areas of application 

  • Hospitals, clinics

  • Social institutions, community facilities

  • Food industry, meat processing

  • Industrial kitchens, catering facilities

  • Hotels

  • Spa and wellness spas

  • as well as all areas where daily hygiene and health are a priority