Our product contains Titanium dioxide (TiO2), which is a naturally occurring oxide of titanium. Approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it is considered a safe substance that is harmless to humans. TiO2 used widely as a food additive (E171), as well as in toothpaste, paint, chewing gum, and many more day-to-day applications. Exposed to light, the TiO2 nano coating catalyses a reaction, creating Hydroxil radicals. These highly reactive radicals decompose and destroy cell membranes. As most microbes are single celled, they die quickly by contacting the treated surface.
We began our work based on international researches. Our aim was to create a more durable, industry-standard solution, which can revolutionize the antimicrobial coating industry. After several years of development, the results are speaking for themselves.
A Honda-Fujishima effect published
April 25, 1972
Fujishima, Akira – Honda, Kenichi (1972): Electrochemical Photolysis of Water at a Semiconductor Electrode. Nature. 238, 37–38. Doi: 10.1038/238037a0
A TiO2 photo-catalytic method published
July 4, 2000
Fujishima, Akira – Rao, T. N. – Tryk, D. A. (2000): Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysis. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews. 1, 1–21.
First TiO2 oxidation ability tests
July 26, 2001
Tatsuma, Tetsu, Tachibana, Shin-ichiro, Fujishima, Akira (2001): Remote oxidation of organic compounds by UV-irradiated TiO2 via the gas phase. Journal of Physical Chemistry B.; July 26 2001, Vol. 105 Issue
Beginning of TiO2 antimicrobial researches
September 4, 2006
Shintani, Hideharu – Kurosu, S. – Miki, A. et al. (2006): Sterilization Efficiency of the Photocatalyst Against Environmental Microorganisms in a Health Care Facility. Biocontrol Science. 1, 17–26. • http://dx.doi.org/10.4265/bio.11.17
Advanced TiO2 antimicrobial researches
March 17, 2007
Fujishima, Akira – Zhang, X. – Tryk, D. A. (2007): Heterogeneous Photocatalysis: from Water Photolysis to Applications in Environmental Cleanup. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 32, 2664–2672
Successful TIO2 Coating Efficiency Test
July 21, 2009
First succesful test of the predecessor of Resysten technology – Dental & Orthodontic Center – Abu Dhabi, UAE
Beginning of the development of the Resysten coating
July 28, 2009
Creating of the first unique molecular structures for testing
Foundation of Resysten Hungary Ltd.
July 23, 2014
SGS certified results of TIO2 coating effectiveness
December 5, 2014
Introduction of Resysten coating system as a complete solution
January 1, 2015
Based on the convincing and proven results, the outstanding revolutionary solution for durable hygienic surfaces is available on the market.