|Name:||Transport HCLO Disinfectant (Plane)||Shape:||Liquid|
|Active Ingredient:||Hypochlorous Acid||Volume:||25L|
|Usage:||Hospital, Office, Bus, Family Use, Home Use, Personal Use, Traval Use And So On.||Customized:||Yes|
|Shelf Life:||1 Year||Fragrance:||None|
HCLO plane disinfectant,
HOCL plane disinfectant 25L,
25L HOCL HCLO Disinfectant
HOCL/HCLO plane disinfectant|FDA|REACH|MSDS|CE|Daily Use
|Name||Transport HCLO Disinfectant (Plane)|
|Place of Origin||China|
|component||Hypochlorous acid 0.015%,Other ingredients 99.985%,Total 100.000%|
|OEM||MOQ 10000 pcs|
|Delivery Methods||DHL/FEDEX/TNT, by sea, by courier, by air. decided by clients|
|Delivery Time||7 working days after payment|
|Supply Ability||100000 Pieces Per Day|
|Instructions for use||Plane disinfection, surface disinfection,public space disinfection, can kill intestinal pathogenic bacteria, suppurative coccus, pathogenic yeast, common bacteria of hospital infections|
|Features||It can kill intestinal pathogenic bacteria, pyogenic cocci, pathogenic yeasts, and common bacteria in hospital infections.|
How does it kill microbial pathogens?
Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a neutrally charged molecule. Bacteria have negatively charged cell walls. Just like magnets, molecules with the same charge will repel each other. For example, the negatively charged molecule of bleach (OCl-) is repelled by bacterial cell walls. This is not the case with HOCl which is neutrally charged. HOCl easily penetrates bacterial cell walls. HOCl either oxidizes the cell walls killing the bacteria or enters through the cell walls and destroys the vital components inside the bacteria.
Why is HOCl better than bleach?
Bleach is a popular disinfectant and commonly used in hospitals, homes, and commercial settings. It shares the same chlorine family as HOCl that can kill bacteria, viruses, fungus, and other pathogens. But bleach is a harsh chemical that can irritate eyes, skin, and even lungs when inhaled over extended periods of time. BLEACH HAS EVEN BEEN BANNED FROM USE IN HOSPITALS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND. It isn’t irritating to your skin and is safe for use almost anywhere.