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Independent GLP Lab Testing Summary




Hypochlorous Acid: An Ideal Wound Care Agent With Powerful Microbicidal, Antibiofilm, and Wound Healing Potency


Improved outcomes after low‐concentration hypochlorous acid nasal irrigation in pediatric chronic sinusitis


Evaluation of hypochlorous acid washes in the treatment of chronic venous leg ulcers.


Reduction in bacterial load using hypochlorous acid hygiene solution on ocular skin


The Immediate and Delayed Post-Debridement Effects on Tissue Bacterial Wound Counts of Hypochlorous Acid Versus Saline Irrigation in Chronic Wounds


Evaluation of Liquid- and Fog-Based Application of Sterilox Hypochlorous Acid Solution for Surface Inactivation of Human Norovirus


Effect of weak acid hypochlorous solution on selected viruses and bacteria of laboratory rodents


Evaluation of sprayed hypochlorous acid solutions for their virucidal activity against avian influenza virus through in vitro experiments


Effects of a Low Concentration Hypochlorous Acid Nasal Irrigation Solution on Bacteria, Fungi, and Virus


Efficacy of acidic and basic electrolyzed water in eradicating Staphylococcus aureus biofilm


The bactericidal effects of electrolyzed oxidizing water on bacterial strains involved in hospital infections


A New Acid-oxidizing Solution: Assessment of Its Role on Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Biofilm Morphological Changes


Strongly acidic electrolyzed water: valuable disinfectant of endoscopes


Effects of water hardness and pH on efficacy of chlorine-based sanitizers for inactivating Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Listeria monocytogenes


Roles of hydroxyl radicals in electrolyzed oxidizing water (EOW) for the inactivation of Escherichia coli


In Vitro Fungicidal Activity of Acidic Electrolyzed Oxidizing Water


Effect of acidic electrolyzed water on the viability of bacterial and fungal plant pathogens and on bacterial spot disease of tomato


In vitro antimicrobial activity of Medilox® super-oxidized water



Effectiveness of Hypochlorous Acid to Reduce the Biofilms on Titanium Alloy Surfaces in Vitro


Antimicrobial efficacy of 4.2% sodium hypochlorite adjusted to pH 12, 7.5, and 6.5 in infected human root canals


Bactericidal effect of electrolyzed neutral water on bacteria isolated from infected root canals


Nature's own powerful, non-toxic disinfectant


Food Safety

The majority of the research that has been done regarding the practical applications of hypochlorous acid has been in the field of food safety. The research clearly demonstrates that hypochlorous acid is safe and efficient for ensuring microbial counts are maintained below infectious levels on food and contact surfaces. 

Surface Sanitation 

Hypochlorous Acid vs. Quaternary Ammonium (Quats) 

Hypochlorous acid has advantages over chemicals such as Quats when sanitizing food contact surfaces because Quats are not safe on food. Before cleaning with Quats, all food must be removed from the area before sanitation can take place. This is not required when using hypochlorous acid. Hypochlorous acid can be used continuously throughout the work day regardless of whether food is exposed. 

Direct Food Sanitation 

Hypochlorous Acid vs. Ozone 

Hypochlorous acid has advantages over ozone. Ozone is a gas and is not stable in solution therefore it cannot be used to sanitize contact surfaces. Ozone is however used for food sanitation however it must continuously be regenerated as it is continuously leaving solution into the air. Being that ozone is an irritant to the lungs and respiratory tracts, ozone is limited in the concentrations that can be used, therefore limiting the oxidation potential that can be obtained for killing microbial pathogens. Hypochlorous acid is non-irritant and is also stable in solution. Hypochlorous acid can be used at high concentrations (60 ppm) for food sanitation without requiring a post-rinse. 


The following search suggestions will provide you with a myriad of resource materials, such as medical publications, case studies and news articles relative to hypochlorous acid (HOCl). We have systematically researched this material over the years to realize the facts and further our knowledge and understanding of this wonderful product. As a result of our research, we are encouraged by the affirmation of the scientific community as to the positive effects of HOCl on humans, animals, and the environment.

Waiver: While we have found a mechanism and formulas to produce a superior, stable and highly effective HOCl solution, we make no claims whatsoever as to its use, whether on person or in these studies.


Publication from PLOS Pathogens "Inactivation of Prions and Amyloid Seeds with Hypochlorous Acid"


"Topical Hypochlorite Ameliorates NF-kB-Mediated Skin Diseases in Mice"


"Oxidative Modification of von Willebrand Factor by Neutrophil Oxidants Inhibits its Cleavage by ADAMTS13"


"Fibrin Clot Structure and Mechanics Associated with Specific Oxidation of Methionine Residues in Fibrinogen"


"Hypochlorous Acid: An Ideal Wound Care Agent With Powerful Microbicidal, Antibiofilm, and Wound Healing Potency"


"Hypochlorous Acid: A Natural Adjuvant That Facilitates Antigen Processing, Cross-Priming, and the Induction of Adaptive Immunity"


"The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation Says Current Standard of Care for Flesh-eating Bacteria is ‘Tragically Inadequate"


"Activated and Electrolyzed Water: A Brief Review of a New Generation of Cleaners and Sanitizing Agents."


"Stabilized Hypochlorous Acid: Its Role In Decreasing Tissue Bacterial Bioburden and Overcoming the Inhibition of Infection on Wound Healing"


"The Inhibition of Bacterial Growth By Hypochlorous Acid. Possible role in the bactericidal activity of phagocytes."


"Hypochlorous Acid as a Potential Wound Care Agent"


"Efficacy of Electrolyzed Oxidizing Water for Inactivating Escherichia coli O157:H7, Salmonella Enteritidis, and Listeria Monocytogenes"


"Experimental Observations on the Antiseptic Action of Hypochlorous Acid and Its Application to Wound Treatment"

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