clear cities

ENVIRONMENTS WITHOUT HARMUL POLLUTIONS

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Clean cities is our goal, our mission and our project

To clean the air of pollution is to save lives. The technology is available now and inexpensive. This project will help realize its use, globally and with confidence.

Clear Cities are attainable throught nanotechnological advances and the use of inert and safe materials in combination with normal daylight. Photocatalysis is physical phenomenon that was discovered in the 1970s but not until the first decade of the new millenium has it achieved practical application strength and Technical Readiness Level for global deployment.

The team behind this project is expanding upon this technology to provide accurate measurement and qualification levels that will enable the widespread acceptance and confidence of Photocatalytic Coating Applications

This project has created methodology required to determine and quantify the environmental effect of photocatalytic facades and clean air in the polluted cities.

This science will serve the government, architects and public as a standard tool to design air cleaning parameters

 

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Let‘s take pollution seriously

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC/WHO), classified diesel engine exhaust as carcinogenic to humans (Group 1). https://www.iarc.who.int

The change you will feel

Environment cleaned of pollutants – poisons, immisons, allergens, pathogens and odors
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Healthier environments

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Lower medical costs

Emission compensation

15 m2 compensates for emissions from the operation of 1 diesel passenger car

Lifespan of more than 10 years

Long-term functionality

Air purification

1 m2 can purify more air in a single day than person need for an entire year

Plant a tree, Pain a wall

1 m2 of photocatalytical wall cleans over 3 000 000 m3 of polluted air every year

Indoor use

Ecological air purifier. Easy to use at home.

How it works?

The result is a space that is actively free of pollutants – immisions, poisons, pathogens, allergens and odors

World’s Air Pollution Map

Find out the level of pollution in your area and calculate how much air you can clean

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How much NOₓ pollution you can remove?

[Valid hyg. limit 0.040 microgram/m³]

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News

Air Cleaning of Mixture of Pollutants and Emission – NEW SCIENCE ARTICLE: Photocatalytic abatement of air pollutants: Focus on their interference in mixtures

Team of the best photocatalytic scientist from J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) managed to publish another article. The "Photocatalytic abatement of air pollutants: Focus on their interference in mixtures" printed in the...

Photocatalytic Coatings Remove Air Pollution Even in Rough Conditions – NEW SCIENCE ARTICLE: Photocatalytic NOx abatement: The effect of high air flow velocity

A new science about photocatalytic technology FN NANO® was just released in journal Environmental Technology & Innovation. The article Photocatalytic NOx abatement: The effect of high air flow velocity written by group of scientist lead by Dr. J. Rathousky from...

REMOVE EMISSION – WE CAN DETERMINE THE ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT OF BUILDINGS FROM A 3D MODEL

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Solutions for clean air without emissions to be presented at a conference in Germany

The main topic of the lecture is the issue of air pollution and emissions, which trouble us all. Dr. Walk, who sits on the conference’s international scientific committee, will speak during two lectures.

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Under the slogan: "ON THE WAVES OF SUSTAINABILITY" there was a event on the cruise ship Klara, which was organized on June 14, 2022 by Advanced Materials-JTJ s.r.o. The purpose of this event was to present the unique results of three years of research into air...

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 Ozone is a poisonous gas that damages the lungs (https://www.lung.org/clean-air/outdoors/what-makes-air-unhealthy/ozone), so its presence in the inhaled air is very undesirable. Even in very low concentrations, it is irritating. Prolonged exposure causes a...

Milan took an important step to clean the air with FN NANO Technology

From 25 to 29 April 2022, the people of Milan saw a strange measuring car near the cathedral. It is not often that some measurements are made right in the historic center of Milan. The Milan Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of Saint Mary) in...

Our team

Ing. Jan Procházka, Ph.D.

Ing. Jan Procházka, Ph.D.

Bios: Jan Prochazka, Ph.D. Project leader Education: University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, FCHT, Department of Metals and Special Inorganic Materials (1985) University of Nevada: Advanced Management (1999) - certificate Charles University – Doctorate in...

Jan Jonáš

Jan Jonáš

Jan Jonáš Research scientist Jan holds a degree in chemistry from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. He is interested in chemical engineering and the development of new technological equipment. During his studies, he researched new inorganic...

Tomáš Ducháček

Tomáš Ducháček

Tomáš Ducháček Research scientist Tomáš received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague in Nano and Microtechnology in Chemical Engineering. He is currently about to complete his Master's degree in Sensorics and Cybernetics in...

Mgr. Pavel Šefl

Mgr. Pavel Šefl

Mgr. Pavel Šefl Project coordinator Pavel Šefl has a university degree in mathematics, sociology, economics, political science and pedagogy. Over the last twenty years, he has acquired extensive knowledge and experience in the field of innovative entrepreneurship....

Pavol Magyar

Pavol Magyar

Pavol Magyar Technical coordinator Pavol has gained extensive practical experience in business development and management during his more than ten years of experience in a foreign business firm. His interest in modern technology and entrepreneurship led him to Dr. Jan...

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková Research scientist Ing. Ivana Martiniaková obtained a bachelor’s degree at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava in the combined field of chemistry, medicinal chemistry and chemical materials, where she focused in her bachelor’s...

Ladislav Šulc

Ladislav Šulc

Ladislav Šulc Research scientist Ladislav is a graduate of secondary school of chemistry. He worked as a technician for sample preparation and experimental equipment in the project. He was also involved in the operation of laboratory equipment.

Ing. Tomáš Král

Ing. Tomáš Král

Ing. Tomáš Král Offset program specialist Tomas graduated from the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague. He has applied his higher education in industrial practice in the field of production and development of coatings. He has worked in the field of...

Ing. Jan Procházka, Ph.D.

Ing. Jan Procházka, Ph.D.

Bios: Jan Prochazka, Ph.D. Project leader Education: University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, FCHT, Department of Metals and Special Inorganic Materials (1985) University of Nevada: Advanced Management (1999) - certificate Charles University – Doctorate in...

Jan Jonáš

Jan Jonáš

Jan Jonáš Research scientist Jan holds a degree in chemistry from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. He is interested in chemical engineering and the development of new technological equipment. During his studies, he researched new inorganic...

Tomáš Ducháček

Tomáš Ducháček

Tomáš Ducháček Research scientist Tomáš received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague in Nano and Microtechnology in Chemical Engineering. He is currently about to complete his Master's degree in Sensorics and Cybernetics in...

Mgr. Pavel Šefl

Mgr. Pavel Šefl

Mgr. Pavel Šefl Project coordinator Pavel Šefl has a university degree in mathematics, sociology, economics, political science and pedagogy. Over the last twenty years, he has acquired extensive knowledge and experience in the field of innovative entrepreneurship....

Pavol Magyar

Pavol Magyar

Pavol Magyar Technical coordinator Pavol has gained extensive practical experience in business development and management during his more than ten years of experience in a foreign business firm. His interest in modern technology and entrepreneurship led him to Dr. Jan...

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková

Ing. Ivana Martiniaková Research scientist Ing. Ivana Martiniaková obtained a bachelor’s degree at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava in the combined field of chemistry, medicinal chemistry and chemical materials, where she focused in her bachelor’s...

Ladislav Šulc

Ladislav Šulc

Ladislav Šulc Research scientist Ladislav is a graduate of secondary school of chemistry. He worked as a technician for sample preparation and experimental equipment in the project. He was also involved in the operation of laboratory equipment.

Ing. Tomáš Král

Ing. Tomáš Král

Ing. Tomáš Král Offset program specialist Tomas graduated from the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague. He has applied his higher education in industrial practice in the field of production and development of coatings. He has worked in the field of...