Power Cleaner HOCL in Janitorial
BETTER THAN BLEACH because not only is it effective, but no issues when handling it.
Compared to bleach (NAOCL), hypochlorous acid (HOCL) neutralizes faster and is 100 times more effective.
HOCL is the effective cleaning agent.
Here is more of the science behind HOCL and why we think it helps you stay ahead of the cleaning game.
Rather than think of the 5.25% chemical concentration of bleach, think of it as 94.75% water. When diluted, bleach becomes 99.998% water with only 0.002% (20 ppm) chemical concentration.
The disinfecting level of hypochlorous acid (HOCL) in Power Wash “electrolyzed water” is capable of cleaning 100 times that of household bleach addresses the growing resistance to chemical terminal cleaning agents and is an efficient cleaner adjunct to standard terminal cleaning … and optimizes cleaning prevention in all environments.
As a cleaner, hypochlorous acid (HOCL), is much stronger and more reactive than bleach's hypochlorite ions (NAOCL) because hypochlorous acid (HOCL) splits into hydrochloric acid (HCl) and an oxygen atom – a powerful, highly-effective cleaning solution.
At 6.5 pH, Super Wash produces hypochlorous acid (HOCL) that is 96% Free Available Chlorine (FAC) and only 10% hypochlorite ion (NAOCL), which does not gas off in the form of chlorine (CL2).