PROJET DAIP : INNOVATION TO IMPROVE INDOOR AIR QUALITY

Briefly, DAIP is
• A consortium of three players working for better indoor air quality
• Five years of research into photocatalysis
• An innovative project supported by the French government
• A photocatalyst (TiO2) which is doped to make it react to artificial light
• Results demonstrating 50% decontamination

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

The air we breathe every day indoors is not always of good quality. In fact it is up to 10 times more polluted than outdoor air. Our homes contain a wide variety of sources of pollution: polluted air entering from the outside, tobacco smoke, mould, building materials, furniture, maintenance products, paints, products of combustion and more... Read more

AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT

To tackle this problem, three building-related entities with complementary skills decided to work together to develop a coating that would reduce the levels of pollutants in indoor air. Beginning in 2009, the consortium's research is based on photocatalysis as a method of reducing air pollution... Read more

SYSTEM WITH PROVEN EFFICIENCY

The DAIP photocatalytic coating is stable and long-lasting. Titanium dioxide takes part in the oxidation-reduction reaction but is not itself broken down. Thus, as long as the TiO2 is in contact with light and pollutants, this raw material remains stable and continues to work. The titanium dioxide particles thus continue to act for a very long time... Read more

LAST NEWS :

OSONS LA FRANCE exhibition

26/11/2014

Great news, The DAIP project (photocatalytic coating designed to reduce indoor pollution air) has been selected to participate in the exhibition « 200 builders for tomorrow » organized by OSONS LA FRANCE.


"Open Innovations " Forum

10/10/2014

Barnabé Wayser, Guard Industrie CEO have been selected at the Open Innovation Forum in Russia to represent the DAIP consortium


VIDEO :

A PROJECT LED BY 3 COMPLEMENTARY PLAYERS :

Guard IndustrieLR VisionLaboratoire Matériaux et Durabilité des Constructions, ToulouseDirection générale des entreprises