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We are pretty sure that because of the hype, quite a few people now know what HYPOCHLOROUS ACID is. For those who don' on to learn more.

Either way we are sure you will agree that it is an exciting product. 

We are excited to be a part of the worldwide HOCl movement!  

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 Electro-Chemical Activation

HOCl was first identified over 150 years ago. it  was difficult to study since it rapidly  deactivated and converted to a simple salty byproduct. Advances in technology have enabled us to manufacture stable and  highly potent HOCl  through a process called Electro-Chemical Activation (ECA)

Hypochlorous Acid



HOCl (Hypochlorous Acid), is naturally produced in our bodies by our white blood cells to fight off pathogens. These white blood cells are called neutrophils, they make up approximately 55% of the white blood cells in our bodies. 

1(a). A rapidly moving neutrophil can be seen taking up several conidia 

Neutrophils phagocytose or "ingest" bacteria.  The neutrophil then releases enzymes, which after some processes convert to HOCl.

HOCl is a powerful bactericide. It oxidizes proteins and the thin walls of pathogens are no match!  HOCl causes these cells to burst and die. Viruses can't mutate.


  1. Softened Water & Brine (made of salt) are pumped into the cell.

  2. HOCl (Anolyte) and Sodium Hydroxide (Catholyte) are the result.

  3. BOTH output solutions are useful and harmless to our environment.

Judith Behnsen, Priyanka Narang, Mike Hasenberg, Frank Gunzer, Ursula Bilitewski, Nina Klippel, Manfred Rohde, Matthias Brock, Axel A. Brakhage, Matthias Gunzer, CC BY 2.5 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Hypochlorous Acid

Supporting Studies from Outside of Canada*

Biodecontaminant for Removal PMMA Dental Prostheses

Beyond Eradication 

Safe Drinking Water Supply for River Bound Communities in India

Application of electrolysed oxidising water as a sanitiser to extend the shelf-life of seafood products: a review

Application of electrolyzed oxidized water for irrigation in a burn-wound infection

Evaluation of sprayed hypochlorous acid solutions for their virucidal activity against avian influenza virus through in vitro experiments

The effect of a low concentration of hypochlorous acid on rhinovirus infection of nasal epithelial cells

Effect of hypochlorous acid in the viability of oral biofilm

Evaluation of HOCl-generating anticancer agents by an ultrasensitive dual-mode fluorescent probe

* All studies listed were conducted outside of Canada. By no means are we claiming them to be approved in Canada. They are solely for the purposes of providing information.
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