Radical Waters Granted Beverage Patent in Brazil, Adding to Its Global Portfolio of Beverage Patents

FOR  IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2019 Radical Waters International Ltd. was first granted an innovative beverage patent in the USA for Cleaning in Place (CIP) in bottling facilities in July 2012. Brazil is the most recent country to grant a beverage patent to Radical Waters for its pioneering Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) application for use as a substitute to
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Hospitality Sanitization With Radical Waters ECA: A Green & Cost-Effective Solution

Mankind has become accustomed to resolving many hygiene issues with the use of chemicals. The unprecedented and widespread use of these chemical compounds results in enormous environmental issues and causes biocidal and antimicrobial tolerance and resistance. As a result, industries are now being held accountable for their carbon and water ‘footprint’ left on the environment.
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Solving hygiene problems in the food and beverage industry with ECA Technology

Companies from around the globe are using Radical Waters’ ECA Technology Solutions in solving hygiene problems in the food and beverage industry. A big issue in the food and beverage industry is solving hygiene problems including keeping all dairies, abattoirs, breweries and food processing plants as clean and hygienic as possible. Without the correct sanitization,
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New Frame Sized ECA Hygiene Generator For Smaller Industrial Applications

FOR  IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 2018 RADICAL WATERS BRIDGES THE GAP WITH A NEW FRAME BASED ECA HYGIENE GENERATOR FOR SMALLER INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS Radical Waters (Pty) Ltd, innovators in Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) solutions and leaders in the ECA hygiene generators space, have begun manufacture of a new model of an ECA hygiene generator that is available
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The immune system of a building and how water treatment with ECA effectively removes invading bacteria.

ECA Anolyte generators treat water safely and cleanly, removing the need for chemical treatment methods. ‘High quality’ is a phrase that should be synonymous with water no matter the location. It should be a given that people can trust the water they drink and/or use. The sad truth is this is not the case, and
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