Active surfaces: Health, Enviroment, Well-being (Final Test 07 eng) - eLearningOnWeb
Indoor air quality thanks to ceramic floor and wall coverings. Qualitative and quantitative investigation of pollutant emissions from building materials. The focus is on environmentally sustainable solutions for reducing pollutants in interiors: increasing room comfort while reducing costs.
- OPENING CLASSROOM
- LESSON START
- A few words about the air pollution
- Criteria for the choice of a finishing material by an architect/designer
- Traditional ceramics and new photocatalytic ceramics tiles
- How a photocatalytic ceramic is produced
- Odours: air pollution or just discomfort?
- Facade maintenance: can it be avoided?
- Bacteria, even those resistant to antibiotics. Traditional ceramics vs. photocatalytic ceramics
- The real sustainability. Facts and numbers
- CLOSING CLASSROOM
Speakers: Massimiliano Nasi and Claudia Letizia Bianchi
Technical partner: Iris Ceramica Group
PRIVACY AND PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
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M. Bufalini Hospital in Cesena. Through an innovative technology, the floors sanitize the spaces
The renovation of the "M.Bufalini" hospital by Arch. Andrea Gozzoli in collaboration with Iris Ceramica Group has made it possible to transform the spaces occupied by the patients. Floors play an important role thanks to Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ technology guaranteeing aesthetic qualities and antibacterial properties