ACT ECA System
Cleaning with water and salt?The Premium Purity™ concept is built to achieving the desired hygiene level in the most sustainable way possible. The ACT ECA System is a perfect example of this. With the ACT ECA System we are removing all toxic detergents from the daily cleaning and replacing them with products made from water and salt. It works everywhere – from health care, hotels and restaurants, to food processing and beverage production.
Introducing the ACT ECA System
The ACT ECA System is the sustainable alternative to conventional cleaning with toxic detergents.
ECA means Electro-Chemically Activated. It is a process in which the salt molecules are split to create hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH), also known as lye and caustic soda.
In short, the system turns water and salt into a liquid cleaning agent by destabilising and elevating the electrical charge of the water. The system has passed the EN 1276 test proving its effectiveness as a disinfectant.
With an ACT ECA Pro Generator you create your own pH-neutral and environmentally friendly ACT ECA Water:
ACT ECA Blue: Cleaning and disinfection
ACT ECA Green: Degreasing and disinfection
ACT ECA Red: Limescale control and disinfection
Read more about electro-activated water on wikipedia
Using the ACT ECA System means a lot for the job satisfaction of the cleaning personnel. With ACT ECA Water the need for gloves, masks and other protective measurements is redundant.
In contrast to soaps and other conventional cleaning agents, ACT ECA Water will not need to be rinsed off after application. This saves several steps in the cleaning protocol, making the daily cleaning easier and faster.
The ACT ECA System replaces strong chemical detergents and disinfectants. The leftover will decompose and only water and salt remain – without leaving any negative impact on the environment. As after-rinsing is unnecessary, the use of ACT ECA Water, compare to a conventional cleaning process, saves a water everytime you clean.
ACT ECA Water is produced with an ACT ECA generator, which is installed on-site – reducing the need for transportation and storage of detergents and disinfectants.
According to Danish law, it is required to rinse surfaces after a disinfection process. Since the ACT ECA Water only consists of water and salt they have been granted an exception for this rule.
In many food production sites this means less time cleaning and more time producing.
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