Hypoklorsyra Desinfektionsmedel

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The story behind HOCI

Hypochlorous acid was discovered by chemists in the early 19th century and has been in constant use ever since. It was already used during the First World War to treat soldiers' wounds. One of the many benefits of HOCl is that it returns to an environmentally friendly form (ie mainly water)


The benefits of hypochlorous acid are:

• Accelerates wound healing
• Disinfects wounds, burns, etc.
• Dödar bakterier och virus bl.a. E. coli, Listeria, Salmonella och MRSA
• Kills fungus and mold
• Is not harmful to humans or animals
• Non-irritating, does not sting

Possible uses of hypochlorous acid are:

Healing of wounds
• Skin fungus
• Influenza or other diseases
• Disinfect tools, surfaces, equipment
• Disinfection of vegetables / fruits / meat
• Disinfect areas that have been infected with vomiting or diarrhea
• Disinfect all airborne pathogens by placing in a humidifier
• Disinfection of water from all pathogens

Healing properties

HOCl has long been known for its ability to help wounds heal faster and painlessly. By killing bacteria, you activate the wound to recover faster. 

HOCl does not stick or sting when applied to wounds and burns as it is PH neutral. Alcohol, commonly used to sterilize a wound, stings and destroys pathogens by drying out the cells. Unfortunately, it does the same thing with living tissue including the white blood cells that are there to fight infections! Not only does it destroy the natural defenses of the injured site, but the process is extremely painful and increases the risk that the injured person will not allow further treatment.

When HOCl exists at neutral pH, it is completely safe for the body. It does not damage living tissue or any of the body's natural defenses (white blood cells) that work on site to repair damaged tissue. This makes it the best first aid available.

What is HOCI?

Hypochlorous acid is a strong oxidant. It is so destructive to pathogens and fungi because it has a very high "Redox Potential" which is measured in ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential).

In pathogens, HOCl reacts and destroys the cell wall causing necrosis (cell rupture) or apoptosis (programmed cell death). The remaining cell contents are then also destroyed by HOCl. Viruses are also broken down in the same way.

Despite the destructive potential of living things, HOCl is produced by our body and used by our immune system. This process is called phagocytosis

When the immune system is compromised, the body detects the compromised site and sends white blood cells through the body to fight the invading pathogens. The white blood cells attack, surround (or eat) and destroy (digest) the pathogen with the help of phagocytosis that creates hypochlorous acid.

Even in weak solutions, HOCl is lethal to pathogens.

Studies show that a saline solution with nasal rinse containing HOCl killed bacteria and fungi but did not irritate the nose.

In addition to use on living organisms, it is also used in food production due to its fantastic ability to disinfect equipment for eg meat and dairy products without adding any dangerous chemicals to the food.

Within the EU, it is classified as a biocide (EC 1048, 2005 A III). Approved by the National Food Administration for use on food.


Electrolyzed water

(Water - Sodium Chloride - Hypochlorous Acid)

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