A breakthrough in health sanitation and cleaning. Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is a very powerful oxidizing agent. At an inappropriate concentration, common disinfectants will fail because they lose efficacy. It is important to understand that there is a world of difference between HOCl and bleach chlorine. As a disinfectant, hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is more effective than hypochlorite ion (OCl). By controlling the pH, we can ensure a more effective bactericide. Current methods to knockout prions from surgical and laboratory equipment are so harsh, the equipment usually gets destroyed. Finding a safer, gentler method to disinfect prions in research labs, vet labs and in hospitals makes this a welcome discovery.
HOCl spray could be used in health-care facilities, veterinary facilities, in any place where there are many people and in any potential breeding grounds for infectious diseases that are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics.
Equine Industry Uses:
- Stud Farm, Liveries, Racing Yards and Stables
- Saddles & Tack
- Sanitise your pet’s drinking and eating vessels
- Meat wash (highly effective against Listeria monocytes)
- Fruit/Vegetable Wash
- Abattoir surface disinfectant
- Carcass disinfectant
- Meat processing equipment disinfection
- Surface Disinfectant
- Industrial and Hospital environment
- Surface disinfectant
- Machinery disinfectant
- Equipment disinfectant
Hypochlorous Acid 180-220 ppm
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Spray on potentially infected area or surface. Do not remove the spray pump.
WARNINGS: May not dilute or decant. Completely harmless to horses, humans and the environment. Store at room temperature and out of sunlight. Safe around children.