Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl or HClO) Disinfectant Water Generator
- Produces hypochlorous acid disinfectant water in just 7 minutes
- Hypochlorous water safe to use (non-drinkable)
- Quick and Easy machine use
- Adjustable acid water concentration
- Kill viruses and bacteria, including influenza and noroviruses
Kill Viruses and Bacteria with Hypochlorous Acid Water
This machine is a high efficiency disinfectant maker. Its main function is producing hypochlorous acid disinfectant water in just 7 minutes.
What does the Portable Hypochlorous Acid Water Disinfectant Water Maker Machine do?
- Quick and Easy - Produce antiviral and anti-bacterial hypochlorous acid disinfectant water in just 7 minutes. Use household salt and water to generate disinfectant with sterilization function through our machine.
- Safe and Convenient - Homemade hypochlorous acid disinfectant can directly use edible salt and water as raw materials. The self-made disinfectant is environmentally friendly, safe, and has no toxic or side effects. Hypochlorous acid water can be safely used but not drinkable.
- Adjust Concentration to Fit Your Needs - Default concentration is relatively high, but can be adjusted according to your own use.
What is Hypochlorous Acid?
Hypochlorous acid (HOCl or HClO) is a a weak acid similar to that of a mild citrus juice. Iti s also a powerful oxidant that is effective against invading bacteria, fungi, and viruses. It is also used in healthcare, food safety, water treatment, and general sanitation.
Hypochlorous acid has been approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Japan Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and can be used for various purposes such as food sterilization.
It does not cause rough skin that results from constant use of alcohol-based sterilizer, and is safe enough to be taken orally. In dental clinics, for example, Hypochlorous acid is used for washing food. Hypochlorous acid water is also very effective as a deodorant that counteracts the odors of ammonia and methyl mercaptan, both released by foodstuffs as they start to age.
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