Noxite Neutralises Harmful Greenhouse Gases

 

Arrival of the pollutant (NOx)
Excitation of the TiO2

Transformation of the pollutant

Nitrates diluted and washed
away in rainwater

Noxite roofing provides a sustainable solution to neutralizing Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) particles.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) identifies NOx as one of six greenhouse gases harmful to the environment. NOx particles are a major component of acid rain, which can damage both trees and entire forest ecosystems, and they lead to an imbalance of ozone in the atmosphere that can be dangerous for humans. NOx is also believed to be a major aggravator of respiratory diseases such as asthma.

Noxite roofing membranes offers a sustainable construction technology that can neutralize NOx particles because all Noxite roofing solutions contain special grades of titanium dioxide (TiO2), which functions as a catalyst in the process of converting NOx particles into harmless nitrate.

When ultraviolet radiation from the sun hits the roof, it works with the titanium dioxide in the roof membrane or shingles to effectively neutralize more than 90% of the NOx particles resting on the surface of your roof.

Noxite sustainable construction solutions can neutralize NOx particles because all Noxite solutions contain special grades of titanium dioxide (TiO2), which functions as a catalyst in the process of converting NOx particles into harmless nitrate.

When ultraviolet radiation from the sun hits the roof, it works with the titanium dioxide in the roof membrane or shingles to effectively neutralize more than 90% of the NOx particles resting on the surface of your roof.

This means Noxite roofing is able to reduce the number of dangerous particles before they are washed away by the rain or blown away by the wind.

 

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