Saving the planet one drop at a time. Food Basket Magazine November 2017

South Africa got a rude awakening in 2016 when a massive drought brought the country to its knees. Once again, citizens were reminded how precious water is and what needs to be done to preserve this vital resource. Radical Waters is aiding the fight to minimize the water footprint by means of innovative technology and
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Celebrate New Innovations In Water Processing

Water Processing with Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) is used in a number of hygiene applications to remove unwanted microorganisms from contact surfaces in the food and beverage industry. The process uses a brine solution.     Radical Waters (Pty) Ltd has spent over 20 years focused on developing and commercializing its patented green water processing
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Radical Waters Signs OEM Agreement With Envirolyte Industries International Ltd. For The Beverage Market

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1 August 2016 PRESS RELEASE: RADICAL WATERS (PTY) Ltd. SIGNS OEM AGREEMENT WITH ENVIROLYTE INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL Ltd. FOR THE BEVERAGE MARKET Radical Waters (Pty) Ltd, innovators in Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) solutions and leaders in the ECA CIP beverage industry and its application, have partnered with and signed an OEM agreement with Envirolyte
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Radical Waters cover story in the latest edition of Food Manufacturing Africa

Circulated on the African continent, you may not have come across Radical Waters cover story in the latest edition of Food Manufacturing Africa. Either way, we’d love to share the story with you. It discusses where we are at, applications as well as Radical Waters future plans.     Happy reading, and be sure the let
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Are chemicals becoming out dated? The latest editorial by The South African Food Review

Are chemicals becoming out dated? The latest editorial by The South African Food Review asks the questions: Advances in disinfection in the past decade alone could prove this to be true. Microbes have become ‘clever’ in that they are evolving to a point where in some cases, chemicals can not control them as they used to.  ECA’s
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ECA assists (Crush) El-Nile Soft Drinks Egypt

To put it into context, Crush, a private Egyptian shareholding company founded in 1990, produces different types of soft drinks for the local market, Hi-Spot lemon, Crush orange and Sport cola, with a total production of 332,470 hl/year. The company was motivated to join MED TEST to identify opportunities for increasing resource efficiency and productivity, reduce
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The Effect of Anolyte & Catholyte on Biofilms

Introduction Adhesion to surfaces is a common and well known behaviour of microorganisms in oligotrophic habitats (Zobell, 1943). This adhesion and subsequent metabolism lead to the formation of biofilms (39). Bacterial biofilms promote increased biomass deposition (54), resulting in fluid flow resistance, loss of heat exchange and microbial induced corrosion in industrial water cooling systems
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Efficacy of Anolyte in controlling surface microflora of maize kernels

Introduction Electrochemically synthesized reagents are rapidly finding application in a variety of manmade environments. Not only does this technology offer a cost-effective alternative to existing technologies, but is also contributing to the protection of the environment through the implementation of electromechanical-based effluent treatment and waste minimization processes. Electrochemically synthesized reagents (with reference to the Anolyte)
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Radical Waters is the global leader in Electrolyzed Water or Electro-Chemically Activated Water (ECA) Technology.

Download the Effect of Electrolyzed Water on Foodborne Pathogens PDF (1.4MB) The Effects of Electrolyzed Water on Foodborne Pathogens Our ECA products are used in a wide range of markets formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. We manufacture Natural Hygiene Generators. Our generators come in several sizes and produce solutions that
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Hand Wash Trials using Anolyte Solutions

Introduction Normal human skin is a complex organ and the bacterial populations associated with it are complex in kind and number. The skin supports the growth of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria (Evans, 1950; Nester et al., 1995). The most prevalent organisms are the anaerobe, Propionobacter, although Micrococci and Staphylococci were also isolated in most
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