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Prosolve tiles are coated with superfine titanium dioxide, which fights pollution when activated by ambient daylight. When installed near heavy traffic or on building facades, the tiles help to neutralize emissions and other toxins, stopping them dead in their tracks. A network of the tiles not only helps to cleanse the air entering their host buildings, but also the air in the urban setting.

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  1. cleansing April 29, 2013 at 5:42 am

    Amazing. Thank for sharing.

  2. Macphukoffauth April 21, 2013 at 10:16 pm

    Meh. ABS-based stuff painted with syperhydrophilic (soapy-feeling; that has to be killing the free radical efficiency) titania coating. No matter, since they have to recoat the facade in 5-10 years like any painted facade stuff. Does it really cut glare? ‘Coz no photos are there about that.

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