We protect your health

The antimicrobial HECOSOL TECHNOLOGY

To reliably and effectively seal surfaces of all kinds of materials (leather, glass, plastic, metal, textiles, etc.) and geometries (e.g. keyboards, tables, chairs) gently, TITANO® is applied as a very fine mist using a precisely defined process to achieve homogeneous surface coverage. The coating is applied using a special electrostatic process. Due to this special technique, the coating can also be applied to hard-to-reach areas such as a keyboard. The tiny droplets of 2 to 20 µm, which are invisible to the naked eye, are absorbed into the surface and form an abrasion-resistant, transparent and odorless coating.

The coating is compatible with most materials, such as glass, stainless steel, wood, stone and leather. This means that HECOSOL-TITANO® can be applied to walls and furnishings (such as desks, seating) as well as air conditioning systems in existing facilities.

The coating acts independently of external factors such as light and climate. In addition, HECOSOL-TiTANO® adsorbs volatile organic compounds (VOCs, acetone, formaldehyde) and thus actively helps to improve the indoor climate.


An increasing health risk

Regular cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces only leads to a short-term reduction of germs and is therefore not a permanent solution! The germ reduction occurs selectively and within a limited time frame and would have to be repeated after each contact to achieve a corresponding effect. This is usually not feasible and also not affordable.

Sealing the surfaces with HECOSOL-TITANO® ensures a constantly low germ load and thus represents a constant prevention of infections.


HECOSOL protects your health.

Three steps to protect yourself from pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and molds:

  • Avoid unnecessary contact
  • Wash hands
  • Antimicrobial surface coating with HECOSOL-TiTANO®

As a result, the risk of infection is permanently and significantly reduced, effectively improving health protection in highly frequented areas.