Our Electrolysed Water products are now being used in a vast range of markets which were formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection.

Radical Waters’ Electrolysed Water Hygiene Solutions are produced through a process of electrochemical activation of salt and water within a specialized ECA Generator. The ECA solutions, Anolyte and Catholyte are 100% natural. The solutions are approved for use in food environments as they are non-toxic disinfectant and cleaning solutions. In contrast to traditional chemicals, our Anolyte
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Our safe ECA generators completely eradicate hygiene problems, and prevent ongoing infection.

Eradicate hygiene problems and prevent ongoing infection for good with our hygiene control solution. Biofims can be a leading cause for recontamination. Where ever there are pipes, water and heat, there is a high risk for biofilms to develop which could potentially house Legionella which in turn makes it way to humans through taps, drains
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Still using hazardous chemicals for hygiene control ? Most people don’t know that these outdated solutions are not only dangerous, but often ineffective.

The dangers and effectiveness of using hazardous chemicals for hygiene control. Legionella like many other organisms are adapting to chlorine.   Legionnaires’ (LEE-juh-nares) disease is caused by a type of bacterium called Legionella (LEE-juh-nell-a). The bacterium is named after a 1976 outbreak, during which some people who went to a Philadelphia convention of the American Legion suffered
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Radical Waters Granted ECA Patent for Chemical Free Starch Extraction

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 26 June 2017 Giant Trading Inc., the Holding Company of Radical Waters IP (Pty) Ltd., has recently been granted an exciting new European patent in respect of Chemical Free Starch Extraction and Modification using its Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) technology. The patent relates to the treating of Starch-based products during processing in
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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 Granted Additional Beverage Patents in the Philippines.

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 23 June 2016 Radical Waters Granted Additional Beverage Patents in the Philippines. Radical Waters International Ltd. was first granted a ground breaking beverage patent in the USA for water savings in Cleaning in Place (CIP) in bottling facilities in July, 2012. The Philippines is the latest country to grant a beverage
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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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