ReSPR Photocatalytic Oxidation

ReSPR Photocatalytic oxidation

Based on a NASA development in 1962, used for the space station and with the objective to disinfect the air and keep astronauts safe from the presence of ethylene gas, this development became known as oxidative photocatalyst (PCO).

For decades, ReSPR has constantly innovated to obtain a product of the highest standards with the aim of bringing technological solutions to the world that help keep environments and closed spaces free of viruses, bacteria, fungi and molds. With a presence on five continents, ReSPR is the result of constant research, practical and scientific tests and certifications that place us in the most important position within this technology

ReSPR took a NASA technology from 1962, and transformed it into a product: modern, efficient, safe and effective, resulting in our new generation of quantum reactors called NCC (Natural Catalytic Conversion).

The patented NCC technology mixes the relative humidity of the environment and makes it pass through our 3rd generation quantum reactor, which is composed of a metallic “honeycomb” type grid covered with a hydrophilic material and composed of noble metals that when reacting with high intensity light, they result in our DISINFECTANT GAS with low levels of hydrogen peroxide.

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