Electrolyzed Water Solutions

The units produce different modes of Electrolyzed Water solutions (anolyte and catholyte), depending on the working current's strength, velocities of the stream of electrochemically treated water, and its distribution in the anode and cathode chambers.



 

A – ACIDIC ANOLYTE

Acidic Anolyte can be used wherever necessary to disinfect or sanitize in applications where the pH is unimportant and without danger of corrosion. Anolyte is a very powerful disinfectant against all bacteria, viruses, and algae, even when diluted in water or sprayed in the air.

 

 

 

ANK – NEUTRAL ANOLYTE


​Neutral Anolyte is used wherever pH is important (corrosion) and when evaporation of active chlorine cannot be avoided. Neutral Anolyte is very effective against bacteria and viruses and is mostly used to disinfect swimming pools, drinking water, or other water sources. Besides, Neutral Anolyte is widely used to disinfect/sanitize objects (floors, walls, tools, foodstuff, etc.).

K – CATHOLYTE

 

Alkaline Catholyte has a pH between 11 and 13 and can be used to flocculate heavy metals and the like, coagulation, washing, and extraction. Furthermore, the solution can also be used to wash wounds (instead of using iodine) and wherever there is a need to increase the pH level of the water to be treated.