What is ECA?

ECA stands for Electro-Chemical Activation.
ECA is a patented technology first invented in Russia
and has been under development for over 40 years.
The activation process uses water, salt and electricity and
produces a potent and natural disinfectant and detergent.

What is ECA? How does ECA work?

Microbes, like other living things need a stable energy supply to survive.
ECA destabilizes and elevates the electrical charge of the water and
creates an environment in which microbes cannot survive.

The energy difference between ECA (+900) water and tap water
(+200mV) will kill 1 million E.coli in 30 seconds.

ECA works the same as the Human Immune System

When the body comes under attack from invading bacteria and
viruses, the immune system immediately responds. The body sends
increased numbers of a specific white blood cell called a Neutrophil
straight to the invasion site.

Once activated, these cells produce large amounts of a mixed oxidant
solution which is effective in eliminating invading microbes and pathogens.

The oxidant produced by the white blood cells Hypochlorous acid
or (HOCl) is amongst the most potent natural disinfectants. It is
non-toxic to humans, and is highly effective as an antimicrobial
agent with rapid action.

HOCl is generated under specific electro-chemical conditions using
a combination of water, salt (NaCl) and electricity. By using our
specialized hygiene generators Radical Waters are able to produce
HOCl of the highest quality and efficacy, liter after liter.

HOCI is extremely effective at eliminating all pathogens
and food spoilage microbes including spores.





ECA VS. CHEMICAL COMPARISION




 

ECA Unit
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