What is eWater anyway?
eWater is produced by applying an electrical charge to a mixture of ordinary tap water and salt.
Known as electrolysis, this process splits the water mixture into positive and negative ions, creating two highly effective and remarkably safe solutions on opposing ends of the pH scale: alkaline for cleaning and acidic for antimicrobial sanitising.
Can eWater compete
with packaged 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.
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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.
- Applications of electrolyzed water in agriculture & food industries. Muhammad Imran Al Haq, Junichi Sugiyama and Seiichiro Isobe. Food Science Technology Research Journal 2005
- Application of electrolyzed water in the food industry. Yu-Ru Huang et al. Food Control 2008
- 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
- The application of alkaline and acidic electrolyzed water in the sterilization of chicken breasts and beef liver.
Yuko Shimamura et al. Food Science & Nutrition 2015
- Electrolyzed oxidized water (EOW): non-thermal approach for decontamination of food borne
microorganisms in food industry. Subrota Hati et al. Food and Nutrition Sciences 2012
- Electrolyzed water and Its application in the food Industry.
D. Hricova, R. Stephan, and C. Zweifel. Journal of Food Production 2008
- Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety.
Rahman et al 2016 inc SAEW