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TitaC srl

TitaC is a company which offers titanium bioxide-based photocatalytic paints obtained from research and development in nanotechnology field

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Nanotechnology
  • Location Turin, Piedmont, Italy
  • Currency EUR
  • Founded September 2010
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

TitaC has developed innovative photocatalytic paints with excellent decorative properties, based on the properties of nanostructured TiO2, with antipollution, antibacterial, sanitizing properties. All photocatalytic properties have been tested with a certified method (UNI11484) and we have also a new and unique product for zootechnical applications, that combine the properties of nano-TiO2 and Ag for which a patent emission is expected


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    Serena Bertarione Rava Rossa
    Chief Executive Officer

    Born in 1973 in Torino (Italia), Serena Bertarione Rava Rossa graduated in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Turin on December 1998. Subsequently (1999) she take up a fellowship to work in the Group of Prof. A. Zecchina at the same University at the development of optical sensors for the determination of pollutants in urban atmosphere by luminescence. She obtained in the same University the PhD degree in Materials Science and Technology i

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    Ivan Savini
    Commercial Manager

    Born in 1976, Geom. Ivan Savini, obtain a diploma in surveying at Istituto Tecnico Statale “Guarino Guarini” in Turin. From 2001 he is sales
    representative Enasarco. He is company promoter of Ed.Al.Ca. Immobiliare s.a.s. di Savini Ivan & c. born in 2010 and he is the owner of
    sales agency “Venus di Savini Ivan”, born in 2003.

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    Adriano Zecchina
    Scientific Responsible

    Adriano Zecchina is professor emeritus of the University of Turin. His research group is specialized in the characterization of nanostructured high surface area materials. Core activities are strongly related with the broad field of heterogeneous catalysis, but more recently the group has developed interests on new emerging subjects. The development of new materials with very high surface area and appropriate superficial patterning in order to be