Raze Technology

Raze pride itself as the only company that provides everything from nanotechnology to spraying service. We are proud to claim that we have developed the world's most efficient photocatalyst nanoparticle, which translates to the best VOC treatment solution in the world! See below for more details.

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When exposed to light, Raze absorbs the light and forms electrons and holes. These react with moisture in the atmosphere and transform into hydroxyl radicals and reactive oxygen - forming hydrogen peroxide.

The newly formed hydrogen peroxide decompose viruses, bacterias, odor-causing subtances and VOCs with their strong oxydizing power. 

 
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From research to commcercialization took a total of 10 years. By combining business network and chemistry, we started with the mission to bring Raze technology into every household to protect as many people as possible.

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HOW IS RAZE DIFFERENT FROM CONVENTIONAL PHOTOCATALYST?

 
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Conventional Photocatalys

Conventional photocatalyst use titanium oxide (TiO2). Titanium oxide mainly works as a photocatalyst under ultraviolet light (UV), but it produces weak photocatalyst effect under visible light (room lighting)

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Raze

Raze’s proprietary chemical design enable us to produce a powerful photocatalyst action under both sunlight and visible light. Furthermore, there will be continuous effect for 8 hours even without light!

 
 

HOW IS RAZE DIFFERENT FROM DEODORIZERS?

 
 
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Conventional Photocatalys

Common deodorizers eliminate odor by encapsulating the odor-causing substances without decomposing the substances or bacteria. Overtime, the deodorizing effect is lost, so the deodorizer must be sprayed again each time the odor emerge. Similarly, the germ elimination does not continue either.

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Raze’s, by virtue of its photocatalyst action, continues to decompose and remove odor-causing substances, microorganisms, and gases that cause indoor air pollutants at the molecular level. The effect continues as long as the surface is not damaged.