HOCl is safe for use on swine and their environment. Hypochlorous acid can be applied to living areas to maintain clean and sanitized environments, while also being added to water for sterile drinking water. HOCl is used for sanitizing raw carcasses as a no-rinse sanitizer for processing. It can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas, like hog houses. To avoid bringing bacteria into facilities via employees, employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering.
Hypochlorous is safe on animals and has many applications in the poultry industry including hatcheries, broiler houses and processing. HOCl can be applied to eggs in hatcheries via misting and is cleared by FDA FCN 1811. Hypochlorous acid can be dosed into the drinking water for broiler houses at up to 4 ppm to ensure sterile water. It can be applied via sprinklers and misters to maintain a sanitized environment for chickens, increasing growth rates and decreasing feed to growth ratios. HOCl can be used to sanitize whole or processed chickens as a no-rinse sanitizer at processing using concentrations up to 60 ppm per FDA FCN 1811. HOCl can be applied via hoses or foggers to broadly sanitize large areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.
The pathogens dairy farms face are much less of a concern with Pure Aqualyte. With no harsh fumes or chemicals, HOCl ensures the safety of your dairy farms by being over 80 times more powerful than bleach. HOCl can also generate sterile water for dairy and beverage manufacturing. HOCl is used to disinfect bottles and can dislodge biofilm and disinfect pipes in clean-in-place systems. It can be applied via hoses to clean equipment and sanitize work areas. Employees can step into foot bathes and be misted by HOCl when entering a processing facility.
For indoor cannabis growth, Pure Aqualyte is a great choice. HOCl acts as an effective plant and root cleanser when used at lower concentrations. When used in larger amounts, HOCl is appropriate for cleaning your equipment and can also improve THC content and yield.
The Cavortex System harnesses nature’s physics and nature’s chemistry into modular and/or fixed infrastructure(s) to eliminate nitrates (TN) and phosphates (TP) from processed flow-controlled water, thus preventing algae and other environmental disturbances that these agents cause in the Caloosahatchee River and Estuaries. It is an affordable and economic solution for the immediate remediation in Targeted Restoration Areas in the Basin. The Cavortex System does not operate using chemicals or biological organisms. Recovered phosphates and nitrogen can be recycled as fertilizer to save Florida farmers money, and all extracted biogens are completely destroyed without harm to the Everglades ecosystem.