Safe Sustainable Sanitation

Worried Your Sanitizer or Disinfectant Supply Will Run Out?

Make Large Quantities of Sanitizer and Disinfectant

With a Saltwater Biocides On-Site Generator a push of a button can make a sanitizer at 200ppm Free Available Chlorine (FAC) and a disinfectant at 500 ppm FAC. In one hour, 30 gallons of sanitizer and 12 gallons of disinfectant can be produced.

Less Toxic Solution than Quats

It is very likely you are disinfecting with Quaternary Ammonium (Quats). Here is a big problem: Quats are lung irritants. They can contribute to asthma and other breathing disorders. Those with asthma and breathing problems are more vulnerable to Covid-19. Quats are also skin irritants. These products recommend you wash your hands after each use. There is an effective alternative. Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) at disinfecting concentrations is less toxic. HOCl is not a lung or skin irritant.

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) for virus disinfection: HOCl is the least toxic and most sustainable disinfectant solution on the market. See how Saltwater Biocides can help in the quest for disinfecting for viruses. Read more 

Green Sustainable Technology

Saltwater Biocide’s patented ECAS Generator is revolutionizing the cleaning and sanitizing/disinfecting world. Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) and Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) have been around for decades – they’re both well known for their efficacy. These chemicals are also non-synthetic, containing no artificial fragrances or dyes. Onsite generation of these chemicals reduces plastic packaging, transportation and hazardous chemical disposal.

The Chemistry of ECAS

The Sanitizer/Disinfectant: Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl)

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is a neutral pH species of chlorine. This sanitizer/disinfectant has a very high bactericidal activity against many harmful microorganisms. It’s the microbial killing chemistry of neutral pH chlorine-based sanitizers and disinfectants. Hypochlorous is approved by the EPA as a no-rinse food contact sanitizer and cleared by the FDA as a high-level disinfectant. Yet, with near neutral pH, it is very friendly to humans, animals, the environment and facility materials.

The Cleaner: Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH)

Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) is commonly referred to as lye. It forms the basis of many cleaners and degreasers across many industries with a broad range of uses. It comes in pH of 10.5 and 12 and is also very friendly to humans, animals, the environment and facility materials.