A group of materials known as “self-cleaning surfaces” have the innate ability to remove any dirt or bacteria from their surfaces in a number of different ways. These surfaces’ inherent ability to clean itself is frequently modelled after natural occurrences found in lotus leaves, gecko feet, and water striders, to mention a few.
A surface that prevents or decreases surface contamination from things like dust, water condensation, stains, or organic matter is known as a self-cleaning surface.
While steam-cleaning ovens use water to dissolve stuck-on food particles, self-cleaning ovens employ high heat to help burn any residue or soil left behind in the oven and turn them into ashes.
Self-cleaning cycles at high temperatures take longer than steam-cleaning cycles and, as a safety measure, are necessary for locking the oven door.
The Global Self-cleaning materials Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
A new name, corporate design, website, and general look and feel for its market-leading line of products are all part of Nanotouch Materials’ redefined brand identity, which it unveiled today.
Nanotouch Materials is the leading supplier of eco-friendly, self-cleaning surfaces.Since its founding, Nanotouch Materials has produced toxins-free, self-cleaning surfaces utilised in the global healthcare, hospitality, corporate, sports, education, commercial cleaning, and facility management sectors.
The company just passed 10 million active touchpoints.As part of the company’s rebranding, Nanotouch replaces NanoSeptic.Their new name more accurately reflects who they are and the reasons that thousands of safety-conscious facility managers have relied on their surfaces to promote a cleaner environment.
The Nanotouch Self-Cleaning Surfaces, which range from door handle wraps and sleeves to lift button covers and portable mats, also have a new look and feel.
The patterns, which include the new Nanotouch logo, have a patterned surface and a modern, minimalist colour scheme that are intended to complement corporate and business aesthetics while also reflecting a facility manager’s dedication to “healthy cleanliness” by using products that are free of harmful chemicals and heavy metals.
Although the technology underlying their surfaces hasn’t changed, they hope that their new name will increase awareness of how their surfaces help to maintain clean environments in public buildings.
“The future of clean is enabling safer surfaces to exist precisely where and when they are needed—and without contaminants. Employees and tenants require documentation of the cleaning procedures that are followed.
Along with information for property and facility managers to give that proof, their new website also features their updated designs.
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