Electrolysed Water solutions of ECA Technologies Africa® units

The ECA Tech Africa units produce 3 key modes of Electrolyzed Water solutions (Anolyte x 2 and Catholyte), depending on the working current strength, velocities of stream of electrochemically treated water and its distribution in anode and cathode chambers.

Eco-Lyte (A) – Acidic Anolyte can be used wherever there is a need to disinfect or sterilise, in applications where the pH is unimportant and where there is no danger of corrosion. Anolyte is a very powerful disinfectant against all bacteria, viruses and algae even when it is diluted in water or sprayed in the air.

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Acidic Anolyte is a colourless transparent biocidical liquid with a strong chlorine smell. It consists predominantly of chlorine (Cl2) with low Ph and high ORP which all give it superior sporicidal and biocidal activity. Active substances conform to all regulatory requirements.

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Eco-Lyte (NTL) – Neutral Anolyte (the most popular solution) is used wherever pH is important (corrosion) and where possible evaporation of active chlorine cannot be avoided. Neutral Anolyte is very effective against bacteria and viruses and is mostly used to disinfect water as a raw material, product holding tankers, drinking water or other water sources. Besides this Neutral Anolyte is widely used to disinfect / sterilise objects (floors, wall, tools, foodstuff, etc.).

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NTL – Anolyte is a colourless transparent biocidical liquid with a slight chlorine smell. It consists predominantly of Hypochlorous acid (HClO) and Hypochlorite ion (OCl-) wich give it superior sporicidal and biocidal activity. Active substances conform to all regulatory requirements.

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Eco-Lyte (DG) – Alkaline Catholyte which has increased dissolvent, extract and adsorption chemical properties and is mainly used as a degreaser / detergent, has a pH between 11 and 13 and can be used for flocculation (e.g. of heavy metals), coagulation, washing, extraction. Furthermore this solution can be used to wash wounds (instead of using iodine) and wherever there is a need to increase pH level of the water to be treated.

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