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Mizuro Sanitiser / SANIE / BeWel  active ingredient - Electro-Chemically Activated Anolyte of pH 5.5-6.7 containing Hypochlorous Acid

  • HOCl is the scientific formula for hypochlorous acid, a neutral to weak acid
  • HOCL has been used for  over 100 years as an anti-bacterial solution
  • Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is one of the main chemicals used in the white blood cells to kill bacteria, viruses and other pathogens
  • HOCl is made naturally by white blood cells (neutrophils) in all mammals for healing and protection.    Water (H2O) and salt (NaCL) are biochemically split and reformed in the body to make Hypochlorous acid (HOCl).    
  • HOCL made by chemical processing is unstable whereas HOCL made by ElectroChemical Activation (ECA) equipment is stable with an active shelf life up to and exceeding one year depending on manufacture, concentration and storage in UV proof containers, out of sun and in cool areas.
  • HOCL is senstive to pH level.  It should not be mixed with other solutiuons.
  •  Mizuro Sanitiser contains 0.02% Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) with a pH 5.5 - 6.8  (between the acidity of a banana and milk).     Very mild acid so not corrosive.
  • Whereas many antibacterial solutions are not safe chemicals if used incorrectly or accidentally splashed into eyes or consumed , HOCl is a safe but powerful oxidant that is effective against bacteria, fungi, and viruses.    


The amount is Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in the solution varies with pH.   Mizuros sanitiser solution of Ph 6.8 to 5.5 is in the optimal range for HOCl. 


Safe and not corrosive unlike many other antibacterial solutions which are more acidic or more alkaline or contain high percentage content of alcohol.



HOCL Microbial Efficacy

  • Log 6 reduction in bacteria
  • Effective against many dangerous bactertia and viruses such as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureaus (MRSA), Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE), Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1), Swine Influenza Virus (H1V1), Salmonella enterica and more
  • Micro-organism cannot develop resistance against HOCL, unlike traditional chemical agents


Mechanism of Action

The mechanism of action in which HOCL eradicates these various micro-organisms is well documented by third party resources. HOCL is an oxidizing agent due to a mixture of free radicals, giving it an antimicrobial effect.  The mode of action is as follows:

  • The free ions in HOCL rapidly react and denature proteins. HOCL should not be used on protein based products, since it will react and destroy the proteins. Once HOCL comes in contact with a microorganism, it attacks the bacterial proteins located in the cell membranes.
  • The superiority of HOCL is in that it will eradicate similar antibiotic resistant strains including MRSA and VRE. Secondly, because of the osmolality difference (the conc. Of ion in the solution versus in the cytoplasm), HOCL will induce a rupture on the cell membrane leading to cell lysis.

 In addition, it offers the added benefits of being able to remove biofilm and scale from manufacturing equipment, thus, greatly minimizing a major contributor to contamination problems. 


Because HOCL effectively destroys microorganisms, they cannot build up resistance to HOCL as they can to other sanitizers and disinfectants. 


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Bangkok 10210 




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