About ECA Disinfectant
Information about what Electrochemical Activation Technology is and how it's outstanding sanitation capability can be used in real-world scenarios.
A few years ago, we began work on designing an automated production unit that uses non-toxic liquid for water disinfection. This piece of equipment was designed to be capable of increasing and decreasing pH as well as controlling odours.
After years of research and development, our product is now a validified and proven concept. The resulting product is Electrochemically Activated (ECA) Disinfectant. This product is kind to the environment and eliminates the necessity for transporting and storing dangerous chemicals. ECA Process Water lowers cost, reduces carbon emissions and eliminates some risks by letting you maintain control of production. ECA Disinfectant doesn't require specialist equipment or maintenance.
The system typically uses what would otherwise be waste process water and electrochemically activates it.
Definitions of electrochemical activation
Electrochemical activation is a technology to generate metastable substances with strong oxidizing and reducing properties. This is used in various technological processes instead of chemically stable reagents.
As a physical-chemical process, electrochemical activation is a combination of electro-chemical and electro-physical effects on water. It does this with ions and molecules of dissolved substances that are carried out in conditions of minimum heat in the space charge region at a surface of an electrode (either anode or cathode) of an electrochemical system under non-equilibrium charge transfer across the border of "electrode-electrolyte" electrons.
ECA is Environmentally Sustainable
ECA uses salt solutions which contain alkali and alkali-earth metals and mixes them with water using electricity. This results in pure, low-mineralized ECA solutions. Low-mineralized ECA solutions self-degrade over time to their original state without formation of harmful and toxic by-products
ECA is cost efficient due to its use of affordable and inexpensive reagents (salt and water) in electrolysis.
Unison ECA devices generate reagents in any quantity so there is no need to deliver, store and securely maintain standard reagents.