ZZ HAESCO Member Proposal

Good day, Thanks to Colin Tam for allowing me to make this presentation to the members of Haesco in Hong Kong.

The following is a mini-cooperation proposal, for the Distribution/Sales Partnership of FN NANO Multifunctional Coatings. Below you will find an outline of our offering with optional detail expansions.

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  • Laboratories created Battery Technology, FN NANO, NanoTio and NanoEma

    Advanced Materials-JTJ s.r.o. began in 2003 and developed over time technologies that are be important to the environmental concerns of our modern world.

  • Bettery, HE3DA raised 212 MIO Euro and factory being built now

  • NanoTio is a process to produce the Nano level P25 that is in great demand for Phototcatalytic uses.

  • NanoEma is a plasma spray that has aerospace application because it allows for a higher tempaerature inside jet engines

  • FN NANO is this product

The Patent covers a recipe for making the strongest available photocatalytic coating in the world. These coatings were created and used first by the Japanese and now they use 75% of the world output.

Why? How? The coatings clean the air by stealing electrons – yes at the molecular level – and by doing this they break down the compounds since electrons are the glue that hold them together (in “covalent” bonding). FN NANO uses titanium dioxide, an inert mineral that is also used in food. This Tio2 reacts with UV light to steal the electrons.

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  • Photocatalysis has been actively studied since the 1960s, and Photocatalytic coatings have been used in volume for the last 20 years. Japan is the most active user (70-80% of total production) since 2002 when the SARs (respiratory) infection spread through Asia and they applied this tool on exteriors and interiors.
  • However, all coatings that use the nano-size titanium dioxide have one main issue preventing them from exploiting the power of Tio2: they are mixed with materials like resin paints or even, cement, which BLOCKs most of the UV light from touching the nano tio2.

 

  • FN® has solved this problem but inventing – and patenting – a binder that reverses this so that the Tio2 Coats the Binder and allows the Tio2 to receive much more of the UV light.

Please see the graphical depiction – and electron microscope proof – of this action, below.

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    • We can quantify it by comparing it to the activity of pure, nano-sized tio2 (i.e., “P25 Anatase tio2” – meaning 25 nanometers in size).This pure from is made so that it has the largest possible surface area at at the molecular level, allowing more of the UV light to interact with it.When we consider that this is the best possible type to react with UV light, (but impractical to apply to walls without a binder or glue), then we can say that this is the 100% strongest. The competition, mixing with paints and cement results in blocking everything and has less-than, 5% of the tio2 power.FN NANO® is, in contrast, over 85% of the tio2 power, and up to 95% for some of the variations of FN® that are produced

On these pages you will find various technical studies and research that has been conducted by official state offices (such as the Building Inspection office), university research laboratories and private testing offices. Also included will be summaries for non professional readers.

Indpendent Testing https://fn-nano.com/independenttesting/?lang=en

Why? How? The coatings clean the air by stealing electrons – yes at the molecular level – and by doing this they break down the compounds since electrons are the glue that hold them together (in “covalent” bonding). FN NANO uses titanium dioxide, an inert mineral that is also used in food. This Tio2 reacts with UV light to steal the electrons.

Link Covalent bond – Wikipedia
 A covalent bond, also called a molecular bond, is a chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. These electron pairs are known as shared pairs or bonding pairs, and the stable balance of attractive and repulsive forces between atoms, when they share electrons, is known as covalent bonding.

On the website I list many Google Scholar articles that are reviewing photocatalytic coatings with Ti02 and you can see that there is a lot of science available. One such research here: Fighting global warming: The potential of photocatalysis against CO2, CH4, N2O, CFCs, tropospheric O3, BC and other major contributors to climate change “Highlights ► Photocatalysis can destroy all long-lived well mixed GHGs: CO2, CH4, N2O, CFCs, HCFCs. ► Photocatalysis can also eliminate short-lived climate forcers soot, BC, O3, NOx, SOx. ► Indoor and outdoor large scale local pollution remediation applications are given. ► Self cleaning coatings, paints and glass for urban use are commercially available. ► In the near future photocatalysis can help to fight global warming and climate change.”

Notably, 90% of the Tio2 photocatalytic coatings used in the listed and peer-review experiments were using the WEAKER, First Generation photocatalytic coatings and they still had positive results removing pollution and bacteria, but FN NANO is the only Second Generation of these coatings and it is so much stronger. We SHOW our tests on the websites but few others have any tests to show.

It not only cleans the air of pollutants (VOCs, NOx, Particle Matter, and many more) it also keeps the surfaces free of dirt, mold, microorganisms. It also breakdown harmful greenhouse gases like N2O and hydrofluorocarbons and replaces them with the less harmful CO2.

Thus is it a strong, Ecological product since it is sustainable (protects the surface so paint last 3 times longer) and it cleans the air from pollutants and greenhouse gases. Its great in small homes or big arenas, airports, hospitals as well as outside on big and small building exteriors. Just 15 square meters will offset the pollution from one diesel car for at least 10 years. (Our competitor from Italy, Puretti makes the same claim but his coasting needs over 100 square meters for the same result. )

History

  • discovered in Japan 1967, while seeking to separate elements of water (H and O)
The first instance of photocatalytic coatings was in Japan where Dr Kobaijashi discovered the process and the reaction of UV light taking eleltrons from compounds.
  • Principle, UV and Tio2 steal electrons from compounds, breaking the apart, dissolving them.
  • Scientific papers on google scholar


Most interesting targets of Photocatalysis

  • Pollution
  • Greenhouse Gases [strongest ones]
  • Bacteria
  • Microorganisms
  • Odors

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FN NANO® is a Paint Coating that is a top layer to be applied over a substrate (paint, insulation, brick, stone, wood, etc.)

  • FN NANO® is a Photocatalytic Coating that
    • Cleans the air from pollutants and harmful microorganisms, such as NOx, PM10, PM2.5, bacteria, viruses and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), in addition to destroying many greenhouse gases (GHGs).
    • Extends the life of the underlying paint or other materials 3 to 4 times by self-cleaning the surface, protecting the surface from microorganisms and UV Light damage, and removing the many causes of erosion that normally affects things like paint and insulation.

 

FN NANO® is not really an Abatement or Mitigation; it is rather a Solution and Remedy, because it cleans up and rectifies the harms of pollution and climate change gases. It is an environmental REMEDY

 

FN® does many things and there is a strong scientific basis for this activity that is supported in this section (link).

  • Photocatalysis: means that a reaction, or chemical change, is initiated by light. In this case, the catalyst is the Titanium Dioxide, that is the catalyst, or a semi-conductor because of how it works (with electricity) at the molecular level. Note that Titanium Dioxide or “TiO2” is the ninth most common compound on earth, and is used in food and paint; it is an inorganic and inert.“Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a semiconductor, ultraviolet light (UV)-inducible catalyst in the photo-oxidation of organic substrates and deactivation of bacteria, algae, and viruses (Theron et al., 2008). *
  • In TiO2 photocatalysis, when the UV light hits the surface, the TiO2 will be activated in a way that makes it pull away electrons from other compounds that come in contact with the TiO2. In this way it will BREAK APART other compounds because they compound are held together by the shared electrons. The result is the separation into simpler compounds.
  • There are over180,000 Google scholar articles with the terms Photocatalysis and Titanium-dioxide. A great amount of study has been done to learn of ways to utilize this powerful – but affordable – cleansing activity of TiO2 for air and water, and many other situations.

But only one invention has yielded attainable power in a practical form: that is FN NANO®.

 

* https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/medicine-and-dentistry/titanium-dioxide

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    • History, discovered in Japan 1967, while seeking to separate elements of water (H and O)
      The first instance of photocatalytic coatings was in Japan where Mr Kobaijashi discovered the process and the reaction of UV light taking elelctrons from compounds.
    • Principle, UV and Tio2 steal electrons from compounds, breaking the apart, dissolving them.

      • Scientific papers on google scholar

    • Most interesting targets of Photocatalysis

      • Pollution

      • GWP gases

      • Bacteria

      • Microorganisms

      • Odors

.

On these pages you will find various technical studies and research that has been conducted by official state offices (such as the Building Inspection office), university research laboratories and private testing offices. Also included will be summaries for non professional readers.

Indpendent Testing https://fn-nano.com/independenttesting/?lang=en

Why? How? The coatings clean the air by stealing electrons – yes at the molecular level – and by doing this they break down the compounds since electrons are the glue that hold them together (in “covalent” bonding). FN NANO uses titanium dioxide, an inert mineral that is also used in food. This Tio2 reacts with UV light to steal the electrons.

Link Covalent bond – Wikipedia
 A covalent bond, also called a molecular bond, is a chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. These electron pairs are known as shared pairs or bonding pairs, and the stable balance of attractive and repulsive forces between atoms, when they share electrons, is known as covalent bonding.

On the website I list many Google Scholar articles that are reviewing photocatalytic coatings with Ti02 and you can see that there is a lot of science available. One such research here: Fighting global warming: The potential of photocatalysis against CO2, CH4, N2O, CFCs, tropospheric O3, BC and other major contributors to climate change “Highlights ► Photocatalysis can destroy all long-lived well mixed GHGs: CO2, CH4, N2O, CFCs, HCFCs. ► Photocatalysis can also eliminate short-lived climate forcers soot, BC, O3, NOx, SOx. ► Indoor and outdoor large scale local pollution remediation applications are given. ► Self cleaning coatings, paints and glass for urban use are commercially available. ► In the near future photocatalysis can help to fight global warming and climate change.”

Notably, 90% of the Tio2 photocatalytic coatings used in the listed and peer-review experiments were using the WEAKER, First Generation photocatalytic coatings and they still had positive results removing pollution and bacteria, but FN NANO is the only Second Generation of these coatings and it is so much stronger. We SHOW our tests on the websites but few others have any tests to show.

It not only cleans the air of pollutants (VOCs, NOx, Particle Matter, and many more) it also keeps the surfaces free of dirt, mold, microorganisms. It also breakdown harmful greenhouse gases like N2O and hydrofluorocarbons and replaces them with the less harmful CO2.

Thus is it a strong, Ecological product since it is sustainable (protects the surface so paint last 3 times longer) and it cleans the air from pollutants and greenhouse gases. Its great in small homes or big arenas, airports, hospitals as well as outside on big and small building exteriors. Just 15 square meters will offset the pollution from one diesel car for at least 10 years. (Our competitor from Italy, Puretti makes the same claim but his coasting needs over 100 square meters for the same result. )

History

  • discovered in Japan 1967, while seeking to separate elements of water (H and O)
The first instance of photocatalytic coatings was in Japan where Dr Kobaijashi discovered the process and the reaction of UV light taking eleltrons from compounds.
  • Principle, UV and Tio2 steal electrons from compounds, breaking the apart, dissolving them.
  • Scientific papers on google scholar


Most interesting targets of Photocatalysis

  • Pollution
  • Greenhouse Gases [strongest ones]
  • Bacteria
  • Microorganisms
  • Odors

Any medical situation opens up the chance of serious medical infection due to the exposure of unclothed individuals and internal fluids. These are locations where the ill come for treatment and thus logically, they have the most of what can cause harm. FN® NANO in the BioMax version is highly valued as the most useful and inexhaustible supply of protection against these severely harmful collections of pathogens, bacteria, viruses and infections

Perhaps the most unique variables found in the typical transportation building is the high number of humans passing through. It is considered second only to the venues for sports, theatre or music where high amounts of people are collected in one situation.

Of all the situations here, this is perhaps the most dangerous in our increasingly global growth and interaction. More and more travellers are increasing the risk of remote diseases spreading to new and more fertile locations. It is imperative that all tools should be used to contain what could be the next illness of epidemic proportions.

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