Photocatalytic Ceramic Coating provides long lasting beauty.
Dirt is decomposed by the sun (ultraviolet rays), weakening adhesion.
Dirt is decomposed by sunlight
Oil-based contaminants, which can lead to dirt and black spots, and other molecules are decomposed and their adhesion weakened.
Due to the extreme compatibility with water, rainwater rinses off dirt.
Compatibility with water allows for easy cleaning
The extremely high hydrophilic properties of the photocatalytic coating layer provide a beneficial relationship with water. （Super Hydrophilic Property） Dirt comes to the surface and runs down together with rain.
Super Wether Resistance
The ceramic coating layer offers strong protection against UV rays that can cause fading and sunburning.
Photocatalytic Ceramic Coating (Inorganic Paint)
The double effects of the inorganic resin and the inorganic UV absorber protects against deterioration over time and cuts UV rays. Colored layers are protected to prevent fading.
General Coating (Organic Paint)
UV rays tend to “erode” the colored layer, causing colors to fade.
Photocatalystic coat decomposes pollutants in the air and exaust gas (NOx and SOx) into clean air.
Antibacterial effects are also exhibited
Photocatalytic ceramic coating suppresses the spread of black mold, which causes black spots on siding.