Airlite Anti-Viral Paint

This project is using Airlite anti-viral paint. This natural technology is anti-bacterial and self-cleaning, developed to improve the air quality inside commercial spaces and claims to have the same air purification power as three acres of forest.

Its protective oxidant barrier decomposes harmful organic and inorganic substances and also reduces a building’s solar heat absorption, saving on the cost of air conditioning and lowering CO2 emissions.

Airlite acts in the presence of light by activating a photocatalysis process on the surfaces where it is applied.

To purify the air, Airlite uses the same mechanism that occurs in nature akin to a storm where natural electricity generates ions capable of cleaning the air.

Airlite’s ecological paint naturally generates negative ions, creating a habitat where no polluting or toxic substances for human health develop.

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Monitor Report. Bowmer and Kirkland. Scotland. June 2021,


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