What is eWater?
The technology works by passing a dilute salt solution through an electrolyser that segregates the ions formed, producing two oppositely charged solutions with altered physical and chemical properties.
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Tap Water - H2O
High Grade Salt - NaCl
Both solutions are produced by an onsite and on-demand system and can be used for a variety of applications. The activated solutions are both naturally bio-degradable and revert to NaCI and H2O after extended contact with organic material.
Produced from the negatively charged catholyte solution, the solution consists predominantly of sodium hydroxide, making it a form of pure liquid soap. This gives the cleaning solution detergent and degreasing properties making it great as a general purpose cleaning agent.
Produced from the positively charged anolyte solution, it consists of unstable mixed oxidants (mainly hypochlorous acid) in a physically excited state that is capable of penetrating biofilms and is highly microbicidal.
eWater technology has been used commercially for hygiene and infection control for over 40 years. It has been widely used in healthcare, food and beverage and primary industries in Japan since the 1980’s with the Ministry of Health approving it as an infection control solution. Today the technology is used globally and is recognised by the likes of the FDA in the USA and the NHS in the UK. eWater Systems products are accredited by HACCP for food safe compliance.
Can eWater compete
with conventional chemicals?
Yes! Not only is eWater far more sustainable and cheaper, but in almost all cases eWater is far more effective at quickly killing bacteria and microbial elements than harmful chemicals such as bleach.
We are backed by decades of research
There are literally hundreds of research papers proving the effectiveness of electrolysed water in the cleaning and sanitising of food, surfaces and equipment across a broad range of industries.
The following papers are a small sample of research on the effectiveness of electrolysed water across the food and healthcare industries provided to validate the effectiveness of eWater Systems.
Electrochemically activated solutions: evidence for antimicrobial efficacy and applications in healthcare environments. Thorn R.M.S. et al. European Journal Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Disease 2011