What is Hydrolyte / HOCl?
Hydrolyte is a broad-spectrum, hospital grade liquid disinfectant, produced by PCT ltd. It is made by electrochemical activation, where we take a brine water, sends it through PCT's specialty-designed production units, and adds electricity.
This reaction causes the saltwater to be separated into an Anolyte solution (aka HYDROLYTE Disinfectant/Sanitizer) and a Catholyte (aka Simple Elements Cleaner/Degreaser) solution.
The anolyte solution, also known as Hydrolyte, contains the active ingredient of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and water. The hypochlorous acid acts as a disinfectant, and is actually the same product produced naturally in our bodies, by our white blood cells to attack pathogens, fight infections, and heal wounds. Therefore, it plays a central role in our immunity .Our HOCl technology mimics the human immune system by producing hypochlorous acid (HOCl) to combat viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms.
Hydrolyte's EPA toxicity rating of 0,0,0,0 makes it gentle enough to use around kids and pets, while its disinfectant properties are highly effective in antimicrobial care.
Hydrolyte also is noncorrosive, nonflammable, biodegradable, and ready to use out of the bottle. There are no harsh chemicals, so no masks, gloves, or special equipment is required to use Hydrolyte.
Additional Information available on Regulatory/Approvals Page