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Grappling With the Disinfection and Sanitization Challenge: It may be simpler than you think!

The world is facing a global health crisis, that experts suggest enhanced disinfection and sanitization protocols might help us better manage the crisis. For many businesses, developing such protocols is relatively straightforward: Wash your hands frequently. Wipe down surfaces and contact areas as often as possible. Thoroughly clean items, such as utensils, tools, and equipment. The challenge, however, is how do you cost-effectively and conveniently mass produce the disinfectant required for such a large cleansing operation?

The answer may be relatively straightforward: Hypochlorous acid disinfectant!

Unquestionable Validity

Businesses, governmental agencies, not-for profit institutions – they all face a slew of hidden threats as they continue their operations. From common pathogens, such as staphylococcus and streptococcus bacteria on contact surfaces, to foodborne pathogens such as Salmonella, Listeria, and E. coli. These pose health and safety risks to all stakeholders, including workers, clients, visitors and guests, and suppliers and contractors.

If your organization is still grappling with what to do about disinfecting on a mass scale, for instance at hospitals, schools, entertainment venues and even cruise ships, then hocl disinfectant is the answer.  You’ve probably heard of many “wonder sanitizers”, especially over the past 2-years since the pandemic. Well, Hocl is different. How so?

  • Hypochlorous acid is on the S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) register, approved for organic crop production, including in use with crops, livestock’s and other food sources
  • It has U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) acknowledgement as a powerful microbicidal and antibiofilm that’s ideal for use in wound care
  • Hocl is safe for all types of animals, with veterinarians commonly using it in animal healthcare settings
  • CDC has also approved its use in disinfecting, sanitizing, and cleaning of environment and surfaces in hospitals
  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has Hypochlorous acid listed on its List N – as an approved disinfectant for COVID-19

In other words, the evidence is overwhelming – beyond question. In fact, hypochlorous acid disinfectant spraying techniques have been used extensively in China, Hong Kong, and Japan, to implement enhanced COVID-19 cleansing protocols. And even the U.K., which has one of the most stringent health and safety protocols in Europe, has considered it safe for public use.

Convenient and Easy to Deploy

It used to be that mass production of sanitizers and disinfectants would require many acres (thousands of square feet!) of production, transportation, and storage space. Imagine having to disinfect a cruise ship during a voyage, and allocating 40,000+ square feet for a “disinfection plant”. Well, technological innovation and creativity have solved that challenge!

Today’s hocl disinfectant machines are elegantly designed to fit anywhere, occupying no more space than a carry-on suitcase. They’re discrete and compact, so no one sees any thick pipes, exhaust vents or thick black smoke belching out of a “production facility” – because there are none!

That’s because the process of manufacturing Hocl is simple, yet highly effective:

  • Salt
  • Water
  • Electricity

These three ingredients are all it takes to manufacture a powerful antimicrobial sanitizer anywhere – on board cruise ships, in bars and restaurants, hospitals, schools, food production plants…and anywhere else.

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