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|Electrolyzed Water System, Generate Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) Cleaner & Disinfectant|
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
Making disinfectant is easy. Just fill the pitcher with water and add salt. Power on the system and within minutes a cleaner & disinfectant is generated called hypochlorous acid (HOCL) also known as electrolyzed water.
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Use of HOCL
Hypochlorous acid is 70-80 times more efficient at killing viruses and microbial pathogens than chlorine bleach. Unlike chlorine bleach, is 100% safe and non-irritant. If it gets on your skin or in your eyes, it will not burn. Even if it were accidentally ingested, it is completely harmless. Distilled vinegar is sometimes added to keep the HOCL active for a longer time by lowering the pH allowing for a solution of free chlorine more dominated by the hypochlorous acid molecule.
There are several electrolysis systems that have been developed that can generate stable hypochlorous acid using table salt and water. When choosing a system, an important factor to consider is the quality of the electrolysis cell. Higher quality systems may cost more but will last much longer due to the durability of the alloys in the metals used to make the cells.
Concentration: Up to 200 ppm of hypochlorous acid (HOCL)
Production Rate (Setting 1): 1 Liter at 40 ppm in 3 minutes
Production Rate (Setting 2): 1 Liter at 60 ppm in 5 minutes
Production Rate (Setting 3): 1 Liter at 100 ppm in 8 minutes
Production Rate (Setting 3): 0.5 Liter at 200 ppm in 8 minutes
Oxidation Potential of Anolyte (HOCL): 800-1000 mV
Reduction Potential of Catholyte (KOH): -200 to -300 mV
Electrolysis Cell: Titanium
Power Supply: 110V/220V, 50/60Hz
Dimensions: 21 x 15 x 36 cm (8.3 x 5.8 x 14 inches)
Weight: 0.6 kg (1.3 lbs.)
Power Adapter (US Plug)
1 gram measuring spoon
What about the salt for making HOCL disinfectant?
You will need to purchase non-iodized food grade salt at your local supermarket (ie. kosher salt).
What about the potassium carbonate for making KOH degreaser?
A 100 gram sample of food grade potassium carbonate is included, enough to generate 50 liters of degreaser.
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