Forget harsh, toxic chemicals. Our process only requires salt, water and electricity to produce two products –a chlorine-based antimicrobial agent and an excellent degreasing cleaner.
Our technology produces an effective variable PPM hypochlorous acid solution that is created through an electrolytic process called Electro-Chemical Activation (ECA). It occurs by temporarily modifying the properties of water, by passing weak salt brine through an electrolytic cell and temporarily changing the properties of the salt water into a powerful oxidizing agent exhibiting highly effective antimicrobial properties.
Catholyte or sodium hydroxide, is an aqueous solution that is the natural byproduct of the electrolysis process, and is used to reduce microbe contamination and soil loads that can harbor germs on hard surfaces.
Catholyte is also a very effective degreaser and is a great option to safely clean floors without hazardous fumes, thus improving indoor air quality.
Our products and solutions are designed to take an environmentally conscious approach to combatting the spread of infectious disease in the Healthcare and Cleaning industries, as well as contributing to the sustainability of global natural resources in the energy and agriculture markets.
Overview: The PCT Annihilyzer® System is a turnkey on-site generation (OSG) unit that effectively generates, dispenses and manages Hydrolyte® and Catholyte Free™ solutions. Hydrolyte® is an effective sanitizer and hospital-grade disinfectant. Catholyte Free™ is an effective mild detergent, surfactant and degreaser. These products are no more toxic than water and much safer and eco-friendly than traditional cleaning products such as bleach, ammonia.
These products together with the other PCT Annihilyzer® System components provide facilities operators with a vast array of cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection solutions. The PCT Annihilyzer® System uses Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to allow cleaning personnel to effectively track the use and lifecycle of the products, which rooms have been treated, when, by whom and whether it was done properly.
The Kiosk, which sits on top of the Filling Station Cabinet, houses The PCT Annihilyzer® System’s computer controls, information system, RFID tagging and reading system and an interactive touch screen display.
The Filling Station Cabinet houses the product generator equipment with controller, holding tanks, product dispensing system and a sink with a connection to the facility water system. On-site generation is necessary as the financial and environmental costs of continual shipping of fresh ready-to-use product are prohibitive. in the past, on-site generators were large 220v units and cost prohibitive. Our efficient, “right-sized” and Green Seal™ Certified 110v Generators plug right into a regular outlet and connect to the existing water supply. The generators produce Hydrolyte® solution by passing weak salt brine through an electrolytic cell and temporarily changing the chemical properties of the salt water into a powerful oxidizing agent, Hydrolyte®, and cleanser, Catholyte Free™.
The PCT Annihilyzer® uses patented and patent pending RFID/NFC technology to manage the product expiration and usage information. When a container is filled, an expiration date is assigned to the container and imprinted on the RFID tag embedded in the bottle’s label. The system keeps track of who filled the container and when. If an expired container is presented at the Kiosk, the PCT Annihilyzer® alerts the user to empty and refill it, insuring the quality of the product contents.
Each room is outfitted with an RFID checkpoint decal.
Supervisors and personnel while working in the cleaning, sanitizing or disinfecting process will have a Juniper Systems Cedar CT5 MDT with which to input information into the system and to receive instructions (protocols) for which specific tasks are to be performed in each room or area.