Disinfectants and cleaners

Self-cleaning technology

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Nanotouch Self-Cleaning Surfaces are toxin-free and designed to protect high-
traffic touchpoints such as door handles, push bars, light switches and elevator buttons. It’s a three-step technology: microscopic mineral nanocrystals are bonded across Nanotouch’s touchable surfaces using the latest in material science. When light – natural or artificial – hits the mineral nanocrystals, they actively self-clean through a natural photocatalytic oxidation process. During this process, organic contaminants are broken down on the surface and touchpoints are continuously cleaned.

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