Process

Use our product and not only will you alleviate risks to your health and safety, but you will also be using a product that is safe and easy to use. No hazmat suits needed here, not even gloves.

We provide a low labor, cost effective method to produce safe living and working spaces for all the people you care about.

Small spaces, big spaces, spaces that need cleaned frequently and fast — we have a solution for all.

Safe and Environmentally Friendly

It’s all in the name.

HazardFree sanitizers and cleaners are not only effective, but safe for you and the environment. Our cleaning and sanitizing process is a systematic method for environmental cleaning and sanitization that aims at reducing harm to human health and the environment while improving the hygiene of a facilities environment. HazardFree solutions are non-toxic and can be used around humans, pets, electronics, woods, fabrics, manufacturing plants and more. Our solutions are so safe, you can spray them directly on fruits and vegetables. Going green with your cleaning helps to eliminate the negative environmental and safety impacts that traditional harsh chemicals usually have. Our products help you effectively clean and sanitize without adding any unwanted and harmful substances to your surfaces.

The Technology

What is HOCl? What is Electro Chemical Activation?
(ECA Technology)
Hypochlorous Acid in the Body

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is the world’s oldest disinfectant and is more common than you may think – it’s in your body right now! HOCl is a naturally occurring substance that white blood cells produce to help fight off infections. While it is strong enough to destroy dangerous organisms, HOCI is gentle enough to not harm other cells. As a result, it makes for the perfect sanitizing and disinfecting solution in all environments!

HazardFree utilizes the market leading manufacturing technology and equipment in Electro Chemical Activation. This resultant solution is environmentally friendly and safe as an alternative for traditional chemical cleaning processes.
The Electro Chemical Activation of water is created by mixing food grade salt with water and delivering the solution through membrane reactors. The brine (saltwater solution) is activated by passing through the membrane and applying an electrical charge. Two unique solutions are produced as a result.
Anolyte: Used as a disinfectant and replaces the typical chlorine-based chemicals (HOCL).
Catholyte: Used as a detergent and replaces the typical caustic-based chemicals (NaOH).
ECA technology has secured FDA, EPA, and EU approval for use as an advanced disinfectant in the food and beverage processing industries, as well as accreditation for full profile safety and antimicrobial efficacy.

ECA is a process that emulates humans’ natural defense process. When invading bacteria and viruses attack the body, our immune system quickly reacts by sending high levels of the white blood cell called Neutrophil to the affected location. The white blood cells produce large quantities of a mixed oxidant solution that effectively targets and destroys the invading microbes and pathogens. The oxidant, Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL), is acknowledged to be one of the most powerful and natural disinfectants while remaining non-toxic to humans. It is a fast and effective antimicrobial agent.
HOCL is manufactured as a ready to use sanitizing and disinfecting solution. The solution is produced by a electrochemical process using water, salt, and electricity. The manufacturing process utilizes a controlled system that consistently and repeatedly produces HOCl at a specific concentration.
HOCI is extremely effective at eliminating all pathogens and food spoilage microbes including spores.


Even at the same concentration, the effectiveness of HOCl is

300 times higher

than that of bleach.

HazardFree solution is a non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and naturally occurring in the human body, so it does not expose users to the same pitfalls as alcohol and alcohol based products.
Alcohol will strip away the skin moisture, leaving skin irritations, damage of the protective layer, chapping, itching inflammation, etc.

Clinical Uses of Hypochlorous Acid

  • Eye Rinse
  • No Rinse Sanitizer For Food
  • Wound Cleanser
  • Disinfectant
  • Cold ULV Fogging

Hypochlorous Acid as a Sanitizing Solution

SARS-CoV-2 is a fragile lipid-enveloped RNA virus that is extremely sensitive to chemicals. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has created a registered list, List N, of confirmed disinfectants for use against the virus. The list currently contains almost 500 chemical products, the vast majority of which can kill the virus in under a minute. There are 6 major categories of approved disinfectants: hypochlorous acid, hydrogen peroxide, quaternary ammonium, peroxyacetic acid, glutaraldehyde, and sodium hypochlorite.

Hypochlorous acid is the disinfectant we chose for ultra-low volume fogging because of its safety profile and its ease of use when compared to any of the other five categories of listed disinfectants.

Interestingly, hypochlorous acid is nature’s oldest disinfectant; it is the way the human body defends itself against infection. In the bloodstream and in tissues, neutrophils produce hypochlorous acid against invading pathogens.

Discovered around 1870, hypochlorous acid is an organically produced chemical with disinfectant properties. During WWI, artificially made hypochlorous acid was used as a disinfectant and antiseptic. At the time, the technology to create hypochlorous acid remained imperfect. The resultant solutions often had varying concentrations and the inherent chemical instability led to degradation within days. The particles would reform in different chlorine groups, leaving behind weaker disinfectants and potentially harmful chlorine solutions. It was not until the 1980s that hypochlorous acid use would rise again, as it now can be produced by electrolysis in a stable form. Since then, it has been deployed in many industries, from hospitals and operating rooms to daycare centers and farms.

Hypochlorous acid is extremely safe. In fact, it is eye-friendly, skin-friendly, inhalable, and ingestible. Unlike bleach, for example, it does not damage clothing or furniture. Handling hypochlorous acid requires no face mask, eye protection, gloves, or PPEs. It is not caustic or corrosive, evaporates rapidly without leaving residue when fogged, and can be used on cell phones, computer screens, tablets, and keyboards. It is already in clinical use in a large variety of situations, as illustrated in figure below.

HOCl and NaOH Key Benefits Based On Research

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Non-toxic to humans and animals
  • No special PPE required
  • Are proven strong biocides
  • Safely disposed of in normal sanitary systems
  • Are very fast-acting
  • Great combinations for clean and sanitizing procedures
  • Will not bleach surfaces at the proper concentrations
  • Effective in liquid, fogging or frozen/ice forms
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No chemical residue
  • Non-toxic
  • Can be stored and used at delivered concentration with no dilution required
  • Helps destroy microorganisms such as botrytis fungus, salmonella, e-coli, listeria and anthrax spores
  • Purifies water
  • Cleans and degreases surfaces

Anolyte

Microbiotest is the US Microbiology and Virology Laboratory: “Anolyte passed the Viricidal Efficacy when Swine Influenza A Virus (H1N1), containing at least 5% organic soil, was exposed to the test agent for 10 minutes at 21C. All of the controls met the criteria for a valid test.”

Areas of Use

  • Water treatment of ballast systems
  • Medical and health care
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Bars and Restaurants
  • Fleet vehicles and transportation
  • Swimming pool water disinfection
  • Food and Beverage processing
  • Wound Care
  • Meat, Dairy and Fish processing
  • Food production environments
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Industrial manufacturing
  • Warehouse treatment
  • Automotive
  • Brewing and distilling
  • Cooling towers and ponds
  • Fruit and vegetable washing/cleaning
  • Drinking water
  • Hotels and public facilities
  • Veterinary
  • Marine
  • Agriculture