Bios Antibacterial®HYDROTECT: ultra-hygienic porcelain stoneware

Feb. 11, 2019

Bios Antibacterial®HYDROTECT: ultra-hygienic porcelain stoneware

If you want to ensure impeccable hygiene in every room of your house, we’ve got the perfect solution for you: Bios Antibacterial®HYDROTECT, our line of porcelain stoneware tiles which can kill 99.9% of the four main bacterial strains present in the atmosphere.

Marmoker Decoro Quadrotta Bardiglio Bianco Pulpis Tortora


This exclusive range of bioactive, certified, environmentally friendly porcelain stoneware ceramic tiles is the product of an agreement between the Casalgrande Padana research centre and TOTO, the industry leader in sanitary products. TOTO are pioneers of HYDROTECH® photocatalytic technology, which makes use of the anti-bacterial properties of titanium dioxide, a natural material that gives off no harmful emissions and in fact significantly reduces the amount of harmful substances in the air in both indoor and outdoor spaces, thus making the atmosphere healthier and removing bad odours.

Bios Antibacterial® HYDROTECT is highly effective, killing 99.9% of the four main bacterial strains present in confined spaces: Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa.


Suitable for any indoor or outdoor setting, Bios Antibacterial® HYDROTECT also helps to eliminate bad odours and is perfect for any room of the house, from the bathroom to the kitchen, where - thanks to our thin, large-format tiles - it can be used for worktops or to clad tables or cabinets. Moreover, the presence of moisture - which is traditionally fertile ground for bacteria to develop - actually increases the beneficial effects of the technology.


Flooring in Onice Ghiaccio, Cladding in Onice Quarzo


Worktop made fron Marmoker Statuario Grigio


swimming pools and outdoor areas, Bios Antibacterial® HYDROTECT technology helps to kill bacteria and fight the formation of mould and fungus





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