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Health Care

During the 1960s-70s, the wholesale use of new (and often underdeveloped) biocides as a weapon against microorganisms in food production and health care was widespread, and it was not until the 1980s that these were shown to cause serious biological and environmental harm. the fact that global action was taken to largely ban the use of these toxic chemicals, although some such as formaldehyde and its derivatives (after being withdrawn from medical use as causing asthma and cancer) remained. Envirolyte has been actively involved in exploring the potential of anolyte as a replacement for chlorine, which is the most effective disinfectant for more than a century, eliminating many harmful diseases caused by population growth and poor living conditions. However, it has been documented and proven that chlorine when combined with organic material will produce dangerous carcinogenic products or side effects that do not allow the widespread use of this chemical for safety or environmental reasons.


What is the solution?

THEIndeterminateit has since been used as a method of water treatment in commercial and industrial applications, including human waste treatment and oil exploration, ensuring that waterways and the environment are not unduly contaminated from the primary source. Anolyte, a mixture of electrolyzed brine and water, was developed by Envirolyte to provide a unique electrolyzed water biocidal liquid that provides the cleaning properties and benefits of chlorine without the dangerous side effects, ensuring no toxic or other side effects to humans or animals . As the anolyte is biodegradable, it is therefore not harmful to the environment or aquatic life. Envirolyte has also developed the technology and experience required to allow the product to remain stable and active in storage for up to 18 months, making it an ideal cold sterilization tool in the healthcare industry with excellent sporicidal, fungicidal and bactericidal activity while simultaneously.

Why is it better than other biocides?

Hospital applications of anolyte are identified but not limited to

Hard surface treatments

Washing hands

Soak the instrument and wash

Disinfection of Endoscopes and

Washing machine Disinfection of water tanks and pipes

Secondary disinfectant according to EN15883 / HTM 01 Footwear

instrument washes and foot soaks Radiology – hard surface wiping and ultrasonic equipment disinfection

Bed and wheelchair washing [compatible with most UK bed washers] Laundry pre-treatments Cleaning of mist areas – as part of deep cleaning or rapid disinfection De-biofilm techniques on endoscopes and dental equipment

Disinfection of medical facilities with anolyte by fogging, spraying and washing

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