Product Outline

Purpose For Exterior facade Self-cleaning use;
Appearance Semi-transparent, Opalescent
Characteristics Anatase TiO2 crystal content 9% dispersion ; Ethanol/ water dilution required; the samllest crystal grain size brings higher adherence with stronger Photocatalysis
Application Spraying and Room Temp curing / For Stainless steel, 200degC sintering; with over 500degC for higher hardness
Shelf life 6 months (for replaceable without opening; 3 year liquid duration)
Materials cost $1.90 – $3.52 USD/ m2 in Japan domestic market (Rate: $1.00USD=85 JPY)
  • Higher temperature during brings higher adherence, but less relative surface area, which lowers down the hydrophilicity
  • At lower temperature curing, it may remain dispersion ingredients, which gives some chance that finished surface becomes brown
  • Alcohol dispersion brings faster dryness, and tendency for agglomeration, which makes it difficult for dip coating or glossy surface coating


Physical Properties

Name Solvent pH Viscosity(cP) Ti content(%) Curing(℃) Grain size(nm)
PSO-419A Water/ Alcohol 1.5~2.5 5.0~29.8 8.6~9.2 RT~600 5~7



High adherence even at the room temperature dryness can be expected; which enables to apply for non-thermal resistible substrate such as cloth, paper, wood; needed protective layer primer coating: for thermal resistible ceramics, tile substrate, hardness with high adherence expected:

This is water based acidic dispersion sol, must be diluted for any use, impossible to apply without dilution:

Dilution must be started from 1:1 with Ethanol to make 4.5% concentration as the 1st stage, then afterwards it may be diluted with water as much concentration as demanded:

By adjusting the dilution rate, it is applicable to variety of the substrates, and it drys fast with alcohol content:

Because the original sol does not contain alcohol, it allows easiness for export shipping.

Caution for use

  • At the higher atmosphere temperature in summer, it is suggested not to apply while the surface temperature is too high: Because the alcohol evaporation urges the liquid dryness too quickly, which interrupts the liquid to level the film.
  • Diluted sol must be used as quick as possible to avoid the viscosity rise, and the agglomeration: diluted sol duration must be a few days after dilution.
  • At dilution, if only water is used to dilute, the final products loses the hydrophilicity; it must be used alcohol at the 1st stage dilution.
  • Dilution ratio and protocol are instructed at the purchase with a document.
  • Before start application, it is recommended to apply as a test at somewhere not noticeable.
  • It is requested to read and prepare with Materials Safety Data Sheet and Product specification which shall be handed at a purchase.


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