h2o.Titanium reactors manufactured from a single block of titanum dixide (TiO2) whose function is to generate hydroxyl radicals (.OH) to eliminate organic material when activated as a catalyser by means of UV radiation.
H2o.TITANIUM UV-C technology is subject to continuous innovation working towards further improving its cost/efficiency ratio and development of new ECO solutions with high added value.
At the same time, in our pilot plant in our Valencia (Spain) headquarters and directly at customers’ or distributors’ facilities we work on new applications to develop differentiated, effective, environmentally sustainable solutions with high added value to the industry.
Launch (January 2016) of the new h2o.TITANIUM AOP M multi-reactors:
An increase in the surface area of the Titanium Dioxide of up to 70% for higher production of OH radicals whilst maintaining the current energy consumption.
Improvements in the radiation system seeking higher production of OH radicals
With a reduction in operating costs of the reactors, through energy consumption(currently between 80 and 105 w) and extending its useful working life.