The NaOClean technology utilizes electrolysis and a unique mixing process of pure salt (NaCl) and tap water to create a safe and effective pH-neutral electrolyzed water
solution of hypochlorous acid (HClO), which is effective in controlling plant diseases while not harmful to crops or workers.
This acidic electrolyzed water
can be raised in pH by mixing in the desired amount of hydroxide ion solution from the cathode compartment, yielding a solution of hypochlorous acid and sodium hydroxide, efficient disinfecting agents.
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is generated by a mineral activator, explains Alan France, director of sustainability and environmental services for ABM, a facility management services provider.
Because of the low solubility of [O.sub.2] and 11: in water at room temperature, the concentration of [O.sub.2] and [H.sub.2] in electrolyzed water
are in the PPM range.
Between the electrolyzed water
and the PROSAN, they were equally as effective except for cleaning ceramic plates, where the electrolyzed water
was slightly more effective," said Pascall.
Bucking the trend, value and volume leader Sanyo Electric gained 3 yen, or over 1 percent, to 260 yen after it said earlier this week that its electrolyzed water
technology has been proven effective in reducing the infectivity of the new influenza strain.
Tokyo, Dec 17, 2008 - (JCN) - SANYO Electric and the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering in Tsinghua University, Beijing, announced they had completed joint research demonstrating SANYO's electrolyzed water
technology regarding indoor air purification technology and its effectiveness in reliably removing airborne 'formaldehyde' for long periods of time, through a specially developed environmental testing lab designed to house low concentration chemical materials to test indoor air purification technology.
The Virus Washer uses an electrolyzed water
The first method is to generate the hydrogen in-situ using renewable sources such as solar cells to electrolyzed water
to produce hydrogen, compress it, store it and make it available for refueling.
One of the more controversial examples is a Sanyo clothes washer available in Japan that uses ultrasonic waves and electrolyzed water