The Past

Elevated risk of damage when using chemicals.Excessive water consumption.Elevated COD/BOD levels.Microbiological issues or concerns.Additional labour costs.

Risk of corroding car frames, when washing them, due to chemicals in the water; obliged to water renewing too frequently, microbiological problems, undesirable by-products in the water, particularly associated with the use of chlorinated derivatives; scaling problems due to water hardness; biofilm presence; oxidation of installations; management of containers and chemicals; high COD and BOD values; etc.

What We Offer You

Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) technology. Water conservation. Zero by-products. Minimal operational expenses (OPEX). User-friendly simplicity. Dependable reliability. Safe and harmless. No chemical impact on your WWP. Durable, long-lasting product.


A groundbreaking and sustainable technology that requires minimal maintenance. It operates continuously, with the exception of annual UV lamp replacements and when paired with a Zn-Cu galvanic couple in hard water situations. It also offers optional remote control.

Engineered for simplicity, h2o.TITANIUM is designed to be the most user-friendly device that deploys the advanced oxidation process (AOP) in water flows. It's especially effective in hydraulic systems where water circulates in a loop, prolonging its use and reducing the need for frequent replacements — a nod to water conservation.

Of course, with the priority of not affecting at all neither the products nor the installation in contact with the water. The OH radicals ultra-short life (what makes it not possible for them to move away from the titanium dioxide surface) ensures it.

With h2o.TITANIUM, achieve optimal water conditions using the simplest of technologies.

Make It Easy.Make It Sustainable.Make It Smart.Love (Protect) The Planet.

+ I Want To Know More

“The processes for the generation of ·OH radicals are not few and their basis can be remarkably different. Those based on the combination of TiO2 and UV radiation are based on the excitation of electrons in the valence layer of the catalyst by the aforementioned radiation. This shift of electrons to a higher band is the origin of the catalytic action.”

 Lawrence K., Norman C., Hung, 2005