DISINFECTANT

The US Environmental Protection Agency has recommended numerous disinfectants against CoVID-19 virus including hypochlorous acid (HOCL).  This is our  preferred disinfectant at Sani Health Solutions. 

On contact with the viruses, a disinfectant agent changes the protective protein coating, which loses its structure and aggregates, forming clumps of proteins with other viruses. The mechanism of disinfectants involves the destroying of the cell wall of viruses or microbes, allowing the disinfectant to destroy or inactivate them. Currently, the US Environmental Protection Agency has recommended numerous disinfectants against CoVID-19 virus including hypochlorous acid (HOCL). 

Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) is an ideal disinfectant and sanitizer which is nontoxic, non-corrosive, non-sensitizing and non-staining. It is a naturally occurring substance produced by all mammals and is effective against a broad range of microorganisms including CoVID-19 and Flu viruses. The method of application also will affect its efficacy to disinfect. 50 ppm -200 ppm HOCL spray or mist application is one of the most effective ways to destroy air and surface borne viruses in seconds.  Electrolyzed water - also known as Hypochlorous Acid(HOCL) - is a highly effective and intrinsically safe sanitizing agent. It can be generated with only water & salt. The most important feature of hypochlorous acid is that it can kill 99.99% of the virus in short time. It has also got the testing report like CE, RoHS, FCC, killing Rate, skin Irritating report etc. 

What is the Hypochlorous acid (HOCL)?
•HOCL is the scientific formula for hypochlorous acid, a weak acid similar to that of a mild citrus juice. 
•HOCL is made naturally by white blood cells in all mammals for healing and protection. 
•HOCL is a powerful oxidant that is effective against invading bacteria, fungi, and viruses. 
•Generating HOCL by running electricity through a solution of saltwater was discovered in 1970s. 
•HOCL is now used in healthcare, food safety, water treatment, and general sanitation. 
 

 

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