Neutral Electrolyzed Water
NEW (HOCl) COMBATS THE FOLLOWING PATHOGENS
- Escherichia coli
Benefits of NEW
- Easily disposed of
- Environmentally friendly
- EPA approved
- Harmless to humans
- Kills bacteria and viruses
- No PPE required
- Sanitizes and disinfects
verb: to free from infection especially by destroying harmful microorganisms
NEW can be used to clean and disinfect. It can replace many of the various products that you currently use to clean and disinfect in different areas of your facility.
- Fog or mist entire facility
- Mop floors - also an effective grout cleaner
- Spray equipment, door handles, counters etc. - no need to wipe down after use.
- Clean/scrub shower stalls, toilets
- Spray shower stalls between uses
- Launder towels to hospital disinfection level
- Spray on hands as PPS – Personal Protection Spray. In effect, this is a non-toxic hand disinfectant spray, a step above regular hand sanitizer.
Read full US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health article.
“Alternative disinfection technology utilizing a product derived from saline and electricity, "superoxidized water," produces a cidal activity 50 to 100 times that of household bleach, addressing growing resistance issues of standard terminal cleaning agents. Electrolyzed sodium hypochlorous acid (HOCL), produces an efficient disinfecting adjunct to standard terminal cleaning and provides many advantages in optimizing infection prevention in the hospital environment. The wand spray device distributes the product in a sequential back and forth motion producing a uniform distribution of the powder coating to all areas of the environment. Due to the neutral pH of the HOCL, it is non-toxic, does not leave residue on environmental surfaces, and is not corrosive to hospital equipment as traditional bleach and phenolics have long demonstrated.“
“The growing demand for safe, minimally processed food and the disadvantages of traditional chemical- and heat-based methods of microbial decontamination have meant that new technologies are emerging for high quality, effective decontamination of food. Electrolyzed oxidizing water (EOW) is electrolyzed soft tap water with sodium chloride added. The user- and environmentally-friendly status of this method, coupled with its low cost, makes it an effective and suitable method for microbial decontamination.”
The analysis of 22 studies reveals:
Human Coronaviruses can persist on inanimate surfaces like metal, glass or plastic for up to 9 days, but can be efficiently inactivated by surface disinfection procedures with 6-71% ethanol, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide or 0.1% sodium hypochlorite (bleach) within one minute.
Read the article on Journal of Hospital Infection.