New Sustainable Antiviral and Antimicrobial Nanocoating for textile, plastic and metallic high traffic objects, developing Active Nano Materials (ANMs) to improve efficiency, decreasing contact time and toxicity.
Antiviral and Antimicrobial Nanocoatings ease of use, low toxicity, high durability, optimal adherence, and active rapid response, targeting a global sustainability concept.
Tested and validated Nanocoatings in three market sectors: metallic bathroom components, plastic switches and sockets and textiles.


SUStainable Antimicrobial and Antiviral Nanocoating

SUSAAN project proposes the development of new sustainable antiviral and antimicrobial coatings, based on active nanomaterials ( Biobased active materials and Inorganic nanoparticles) for textiles and high traffic objects made of plastics and metal, involving textile, bathrooms and switches and sockets manufacture industries.

Approach & Methodology

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AM/AV Safe and Sustainable NANOCOATINGS

Date starting : 01 June 2022

Project duration : 42 months

Project budget : €5,754,846.25

Work packages


The project SUSAAN will have as main objective to develop in an environmentally friendly and cost-efficient way, antimicrobial and antiviral nanocoatings in order to minimise risk of spread infections from harmful pathogens…


SUSAAN will contribute not only to overcome actual problems of risk of spread of infection on pandemic period but also to create healthier living and working environment and to improve citizen health and enhance public health…

Work Plan

The SUSAAN project will work in the production of sustainable by design antimicrobial and antiviral nanocoating with a holistic approach considering from the beginning main challenging aspects such as fast response and durable…

Innovation & Technologies

News & Events

2nd Press Release

During the first year of the project, the consortium had the opportunity to present the SUSAAN Project objectives and its potential impact in different scenarios,

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1st Press Release

This new Horizon Europe project focuses on the development of sustainable antiviral and antimicrobial coatings for textiles and high traffic objects made of plastics and

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