Electrostatic Spraying of HOCL
Hypo Solutions mass sanitizes churches, daycares, office complexes, warehouses, schools, etc. Our electrostatic sprayers allow us to cover up to 50,000 square feet per hour.
HOCl is 10 X more effective than bleach in killing bacteria.
Source: Yen-Con Hung, a professor of food science at the University of Georgia-Griffin,
When saltwater is electrolyzed, it produces an anolyte solution that consists of >99.3% water, chloride salt and Hypochlorous (HOCl). HOCl has been used for over 100 years -- in the early 1900's during the World Wars, HOCl was used for disinfecting medical equipment and dressing wounds. The Hypo Solutions technology electrolyzes the saltwater and has increased the stability from 1.5 hours to 24 months.
HOCI is an approved EPA disinfectant for COVID-19, Influenza, Bacteria and Germs – it has been deemed to be more effective than bleach. HOCl is a naturally occurring chemical that is produced by our neutrophils, or white blood cells, to fight bacteria and inflammation after an infection or trauma.
HOCI is so gentle that it has several uses in the healthcare and medical space. It's FDA approved for use in wound healing, wound care and eye care products and is also common in veterinary care products. It's even used to eradicate biofilm. USDA approved for use in organic crop production and effectively kills 99.9% of bacteria.
Scientific Study: Virus Killed < 5 Seconds
HOCl solutions containing 50, 100 and 200 ppm chlorine (pH 6) or their sprayed solutions (harvested in dishes placed at 1 or 30 cm distance between the spray nozzle and dish) were mixed with the virus with or without organic materials (5% fetal bovine serum: FBS). Under plain diluent conditions (without FBS), harvested solutions of HOCl after spraying could decrease the AIV titer by more than 1,000 times, to an undetectable level (< 2.5 log10TCID50/ml) within 5 sec.
J Vet Med Sci. 2015 Feb; 77(2): 211–215.
Published online 2014 Nov 24. doi: 10.1292/jvms.14-0413
Our body naturally produces HOCI
HOCI is naturally produced by our white blood cells and is an essential part of our immune system. This process is called phagocytosis and is one of the humans' most symbiotic actions – eliminating pathogens yet being inherently harmless, unlike most other disinfectants which are toxic.