What is ECA?

ECA (Electro-Chemical Activation) is a patented technology that submerges positive and negative electrodes in a solute containing positive and negative ions from the mixture of salt and water. The sodium ions found within sodium chloride (NaCl), or salt, can be converted into sodium hydroxide to create an alkaline detergent, and the chloride ions can be used to create hypochlorous acid, a potent disinfectant.

The ECA electrolysis process utilizes electrolytic cells where the anode (positive electrode) is separated from the cathode chamber (negative electrode), to allow ion separation and to prevent the production of gaseous chlorine. Positive ions are attracted to the negative anode, where they receive electrons, thus resulting in neutral atoms or molecules. Negative ions are attracted to the positive electrode, and excess electrons flow through the solvent, where an electric current generates oxygenated water through oxidation-reduction reactions.

The result of this process are two Electrolyzed Water solutions; A sanitizer with it’s substance hypochlorous acid (HOCl) ¬†and a surfactant consisting of sodium hydroxide (NaOH).

Electrolyzed Water is stable, cost-effective, greener than traditional chemical technologies, and can be used in multiple applications across a wide variety of industries.

Why use ECA solutions?