Protection against infections with pathogens in hospitals!

Until now, even with the strictest hygiene rules, it has been almost impossible to safely protect patients from infection with pathogens.

With the durable coating of surfaces by HECOSOL-TITANO®, all surfaces in hospitals can be protected against infectious pathogens and multi-resistant germs. Our innovative HECOSOL® technology opens a new chapter in hospital hygiene!

Hygiene measures in hospitals to protect patients from infection with dangerous hospital germs.

In addition to the extensive hygiene requirements, the protection of surfaces against contamination with pathogens has been an almost unsolvable task. The necessary personnel and financial expenditure is, if at all, very difficult to achieve.

With the coating of surfaces, HECOSOL® offers a novel and verifiable solution to keep surfaces free of pathogens over a long period of time*. With increased safety for patients, this results in considerable cost savings for hospitals. HECOSOL-TiTANO® coated surfaces eliminate bacteria, moulds and inactivate viruses reliably around the clock. *3 - 18 months, depending on the use of the surfaces.


Innovative solution for long-lasting protection against smear infections in senior residences, nursing and retirement homes with Hecosol-TiTANO®.

The long-lasting hygiene coating TiTANO® is an abrasion-resistant and effective protection against infection in all areas of elderly care.

The protection against pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and mould - for residents and staff. The long-lasting coating is invisible, odourless and not tactile. TiTANO® can be applied on all types of surfaces, is gentle to surfaces and works independently of light and climate.

Depending on the load, the coating lasts up to one year or longer and thus represents a considerable cost saving for the operator.
Hecosol-TiTANO® is exceptionally well tolerated by humans and the environment.


The challenge in medical practices is surface protection.

Every day, patients leave a multitude of pathogens on practically all surfaces they come into contact with.

Coating heavily used surfaces significantly reduces the germ load. This eliminates the need for time-consuming cleaning and, at the very least, significantly reduces the costs of daily disinfection. Regular cleaning is then sufficient.

The protection against infections for the patient is significantly improved.