INDUSTRY & APPLICATION

Hypochlorous acid is ideal for CIP systems. Hypochlorous acid dislodges biofilm and disinfects pipes.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can generate sterile water for dairy and beverage manufacturing. HOCl is used to disinfect bottles. HOCl can dislodge biofilm and disinfect pipes in clean-in-place systems. It can be applied via hoses to clean equipment and sanitize work areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to sanitize linens. HOCl can replace toxic concentrated chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting rooms and common areas. HOCl can be applied via foggers to broadly disinfect rooms and the air. HOCl can be used in the hospital kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. It can be used to clean and disinfect all contact surfaces and kitchenware. HOCl can be placed throughout hospitals in dispensers for hand sanitation.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to maintain sterile environments for pharmaceutical manufacturing. HOCl dislodges biofilm and disinfects pipes for clean-in-place (CIP) systems. HOCl can be used for cold sterilization of equipment and instruments.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) replaces chlorine in pool treatment. HOCl is non-irritant and is safe on eyes and skin.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) replaces water in produce washers for cleaning and sanitizing fruits and vegetables as a no-rinse sanitizer and prolongs the shelf-life. HOCl is used to sanitize equipment and work areas. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is used by restaurants as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. HOCl prolongs shelf-life. HOCl is used for sanitation of food contact surfaces as well as for sanitation of all kitchenware, cutting boards, cutlery, and utensils. HOCl makes a great hand sanitizer. It also replaces toxic chemicals used for cleaning sinks, bathrooms, and floors. HOCl is used to clean tables and seating areas of the restaurant. It can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly disinfect large areas.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can replace toxic concentrated chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting school rooms and common areas. HOCl can be applied via foggers to broadly disinfect rooms and the air. HOCl can be used in the school kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. It can be used to clean and disinfect all contact surfaces and kitcheware. HOCl can be placed throughout schools in dispensers for hand sanitation.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to sanitize linens. HOCl can be used to disinfect contact surfaces and can be applied broadly to rooms and common areas via foggers. HOCl replaces concentrated toxic chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting sinks, bathrooms, and floors. HOCl can be used as hand sanitizer for staff and guests via dispensers.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is safe on animals and has many applications for livestock and meat processing. Hypochlorous acid can be applied to living areas to maintain clean and sanitized environments. HOCl can be dosed into the water for sterile drinking water. HOCl is used for sanitizing raw carcusses as a no-rinse sanitizer for processing. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is safe on animals and has many applications in the poultry industry including hatcheries, broiler houses and processing. HOCl can be applied to eggs in hatcheries via misting and is cleared by FDA FCN 1811. Hypochlorous acid can be dosed into the drinking water for broiler houses at up to 4 ppm to ensure sterile water. It can be applied via sprinklers and misters to maintain a sanitized environment for chickens, increasing growth rates and decreasing feed to growth ratios. HOCl can be used to sanitize whole or processed chickens as a no-rinse sanitizer at processing using concentrations up to 60 ppm per FDA FCN 1811. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used at harvest and processing to sanitize raw seafood as a no-rinse sanitizer at up to 60 ppm per FDA FCN 1811. HOCl can be dosed in the water for creating sanitized ice for storing or displaying seafood. It can be applied via hoses to clean equipment and sanitize work areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid is safe on animals and can replace chemicals used to sanitize living environments in the zoo.

Hypochlorous acid has many useful applications on a cruise ship. HOCl can be used in the kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. HOCl can be used as a sanitizer on food contact surfaces and for general sanitation replacing quats and peroxide based chemicals. It can be applied via foggers or misters to broadly disinfect rooms and large common areas. HOCl can be used to clean and disinfect the ship for prevention and control of Norovirus outbreaks. HOCl can be used as hand sanitizers via dispensers throughout the ship. HOCl can replace chlorine for generating potable water and for pool treatment.

Hypochlorous acids (HOCl) is being used in restaurants, food & beverage processing, livestock, agriculture, hospitals, schools, cruise ships, water treatment, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.

INDUSTRY & APPLICATION

Hypochlorous acid is ideal for CIP systems. Hypochlorous acid dislodges biofilm and disinfects pipes.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can generate sterile water for dairy and beverage manufacturing. HOCl is used to disinfect bottles. HOCl can dislodge biofilm and disinfect pipes in clean-in-place systems. It can be applied via hoses to clean equipment and sanitize work areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to sanitize linens. HOCl can replace toxic concentrated chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting rooms and common areas. HOCl can be applied via foggers to broadly disinfect rooms and the air. HOCl can be used in the hospital kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. It can be used to clean and disinfect all contact surfaces and kitchenware. HOCl can be placed throughout hospitals in dispensers for hand sanitation.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to maintain sterile environments for pharmaceutical manufacturing. HOCl dislodges biofilm and disinfects pipes for clean-in-place (CIP) systems. HOCl can be used for cold sterilization of equipment and instruments.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) replaces chlorine in pool treatment. HOCl is non-irritant and is safe on eyes and skin.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) replaces water in produce washers for cleaning and sanitizing fruits and vegetables as a no-rinse sanitizer and prolongs the shelf-life. HOCl is used to sanitize equipment and work areas. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is used by restaurants as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. HOCl prolongs shelf-life. HOCl is used for sanitation of food contact surfaces as well as for sanitation of all kitchenware, cutting boards, cutlery, and utensils. HOCl makes a great hand sanitizer. It also replaces toxic chemicals used for cleaning sinks, bathrooms, and floors. HOCl is used to clean tables and seating areas of the restaurant. It can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly disinfect large areas.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can replace toxic concentrated chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting school rooms and common areas. HOCl can be applied via foggers to broadly disinfect rooms and the air. HOCl can be used in the school kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. It can be used to clean and disinfect all contact surfaces and kitcheware. HOCl can be placed throughout schools in dispensers for hand sanitation.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used to sanitize linens. HOCl can be used to disinfect contact surfaces and can be applied broadly to rooms and common areas via foggers. HOCl replaces concentrated toxic chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting sinks, bathrooms, and floors. HOCl can be used as hand sanitizer for staff and guests via dispensers.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is safe on animals and has many applications for livestock and meat processing. Hypochlorous acid can be applied to living areas to maintain clean and sanitized environments. HOCl can be dosed into the water for sterile drinking water. HOCl is used for sanitizing raw carcusses as a no-rinse sanitizer for processing. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is safe on animals and has many applications in the poultry industry including hatcheries, broiler houses and processing. HOCl can be applied to eggs in hatcheries via misting and is cleared by FDA FCN 1811. Hypochlorous acid can be dosed into the drinking water for broiler houses at up to 4 ppm to ensure sterile water. It can be applied via sprinklers and misters to maintain a sanitized environment for chickens, increasing growth rates and decreasing feed to growth ratios. HOCl can be used to sanitize whole or processed chickens as a no-rinse sanitizer at processing using concentrations up to 60 ppm per FDA FCN 1811. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) can be used at harvest and processing to sanitize raw seafood as a no-rinse sanitizer at up to 60 ppm per FDA FCN 1811. HOCl can be dosed in the water for creating sanitized ice for storing or displaying seafood. It can be applied via hoses to clean equipment and sanitize work areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.

Hypochlorous acid is safe on animals and can replace chemicals used to sanitize living environments in the zoo.

Hypochlorous acid has many useful applications on a cruise ship. HOCl can be used in the kitchen as a no-rinse sanitizer for produce, meat, poultry, and seafood. HOCl can be used as a sanitizer on food contact surfaces and for general sanitation replacing quats and peroxide based chemicals. It can be applied via foggers or misters to broadly disinfect rooms and large common areas. HOCl can be used to clean and disinfect the ship for prevention and control of Norovirus outbreaks. HOCl can be used as hand sanitizers via dispensers throughout the ship. HOCl can replace chlorine for generating potable water and for pool treatment.

Hypochlorous acids (HOCl) is being used in restaurants, food & beverage processing, livestock, agriculture, hospitals, schools, cruise ships, water treatment, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.