ISPBC CERTIFIES CLEANCOATING LLC AS A PREMIUM SERVICE PROVIDER OF XTI-360 (XTIO2 INC) GREEN BUILDING NANOCOATING
(Philadelphia, October 14, 2011) International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) awards Cleancoating LLC as ISPBC-certified commercial service provider of the green nanocoating, XTI-360™ Active-Shield, developed by XTIO2 Inc.
XTI-360™ was featured at the ISPBC showcase at the ACORE (American Council On Renewable Energy)/Retech event in Washington, D.C., making a strong impact on attending green leaders, and in San Francisco City Hall at the GoingGreen-Silicon Valley event organized by Tony Perkins (founder of Red Herring)/AlwaysOn and sponsored by Morgan Stanley, KPMG and Bridge Bank. The ISPBC presentation was hosted by Ray Rothrock/Venture Capital, and panel participants included Bill Weihl, Green Energy Czar/Google.
XTI-360™ Active-Shield is a unique product with vast commercial applications. It is certified by ISPBC as the best sustainable Anti-VOC Green Building Technology to treat the ‘sick-building syndrome’ by purifying indoor air. It is cost-effective, green and safe (consisting of 99.5% ultra-pure-water and 0.5% of TiO2-nanoparticles), without binder or secondary sintering-coating which contain VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
Transparent XTI-360 nanocoating binds to multiple types of surfaces with long-lasting results, eliminating dust, mold spores, allergy and asthma-causing air pollutants, cancer-causing TCE (trichloroethylene) and VOCs (like formaldehyde and ammonia) released by carpets, furniture, building materials, household cleaners, glues and office equipment.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies VOCs as one of the five most dangerous environmental threats to our health, with cancer-causing TCE being one of the most widespread indoor air contaminants in the nation.
XTI-360™ has the highest anti-bacterial efficacy of 99.999% (R6.08 under 1-hour) proven by SGS Food Laboratory tests on coated materials (fabric, ceramic, ABS-plastic, etc.), against dangerous E.coli and MRSA bacteria and other germs transmitted via air and contact surfaces.
According to Chuck Gerba, a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona, the typical office workers’ desk, phone, keyboard and mouse have 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet seat.
The advanced oxidation process and sustainability (regenerated by light) features of XTI-360™ Active-Shield provide the most powerful multi-dimensional protection including Anti-Odor, with 150 times greater odor-absorption capacity than active charcoal.
ISPBC highly recommends the utilization of XTI-360 for the hotel industry to dramatically reduce the use of harmful allergy-causing cleansers and chemicals that hotels are now utilizing to clean and refresh rooms. Providing a healthy environment free of VOCs and making the customer’s well-being a priority adds extra value for hotels.
The XTI-360 ACTIVE-SHIELD™ Nanocoating can be applied to many types of interior surfaces: walls / ceilings / carpets / curtains / furniture/ air-ducts / air-filters / etc.
CLEANCOATING LLC extends comprehensive XTI-360™ Nanocoating services to homes, offices, green buildings, hospitals, shopping malls, hotels, schools, sport facilities, public transportation and food/agriculture industries.
“Cleancoating was founded to provide the vast benefits of XTIO2’s world-exclusive nanocoating technology to service people in Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic Region. In addition to having developed the revolutionary and best sustainable anti-VOC/anti-germ green technology, XTIO2 pioneered a multi-platform global business plan and invented meaningful global brands like XTI-360 to protect consumers from inferior products. We believe that XTI-360 will be a standard interior feature in all quality buildings.”- Michael Holbert, President of Cleancoating.
Cleancoating Technologies LLC is a Philadelphia-based company. www.cleancoating.us
International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) is dedicated to advance, develop and drive Self-Powered Building (SPB) innovations and practices with a global action plan. www.ISPBC.org