Electrolyzed Water



What is

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl)?

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is generated by the Electrolysis of Water (H2O) containing Table Salt (NaCl) to form HOCl (H + O + Cl), the main Oxidizer in Electrolyzed Water (EW). EW is primarily a stable solution of HOCL with some Hypochlorite (OCl, also known as Bleach). HOCl is a remarkable compound with diverse applications:

Powerful Oxidizing Properties:

Broad Spectrum Activity

HOCl targets a wide range of pathogens:

Resistance Proof

Non-Toxic & Environmentally Friendly


Embracing HOCl aligns with EWE’s commitment to health-conscious, eco-friendly nontoxic lasting solutions. Let’s cultivate a safer, more sustainable future!

Chlorine can exist in 3 forms which are pH Dependent:

– Very Low or Acidic pH: Chlorine Gas (Cl2)
– Neutral or Slightly Acidic pH: Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl)
– High or Alkaline pH: NaOH or Hypochlorite Anions (OCl-)
Depending on the Crop Diseases, the pH can be adjusted. pH along with high ORP can control even the Toughest Fungi & Pathogens. High ORP over +650mV is crucial for killing most Pathogens.
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