|Essroc ItalCementi Group|
|Registration Date||28 Oct 2015|
Construction Masonry MaterialsCement
Titanium dioxideTiO2 Nanoparticle /Nanopowder CAS Number : 13463-67-7
In general, concrete containing i.active Saylor’s cement should be used in accordance with standards that apply to ordinary portland cement concrete and accepted industry practices. Mixture designs, chemical and mineral admixtures, and finishing techniques MUST be verified for compatibility with i.active Saylor’s by Essroc’s Techincal Staff. Self-Cleaning: Compounds diminished or eliminated by the use of i.active Saylor’s photocatalytic cements include: 1. Soot, grime, and organic particulates 2. Mold, mildew, fungus, and their spores 3. Algae, bacteria, and allergens 4. Tobacco smoke and stains De-polluting: i.active Saylor’s photocatalytic cements decrease many of the pollutants deemed harmful to humans and the environment. i.active Saylor’s has been proven to reduce: 1. Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) – major component in the formation of acid rain, ground level ozone (smog), certain toxic chemicals, and water quality deterioration. 2. Sulfur Oxides (SOx) – component to acid rain and the formation of many harmful sulfates. 3. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) – such as benzene and toluene. 4. Ammonia – NH3. 5. Carbon Monoxide. 6. Organic chlorides, aledehydes, polycondensated aromatics, among others.
I.active Saylor’s is a proprietary, patented photocatalytic cement that has self-cleaning and de-polluting properties when utilized in concrete. The use of i.active Saylor’s will lead to cleaner buildings and cleaner air.