Turtle Care is launching a revolutionary disinfectant, made from only nature’s own.
Highly efficient disinfectant based on Hypochloric acid – more efficient than any alcohol based mixture. 100 % non-toxic and environment friendly. Tested and approved according to all relevant EN-standards. Soothes the skin, can be used on skin wounds.
Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is produced by the body’s immune cells to fight infections. It is a substance that is effective against a wide range of microorganisms while being harmless to humans. The good disinfectant and antibacterial properties have been known for generations. Well-studied subject According to studies, it is possible to clean up mold-contaminated household goods, but this may be a truth with modification. The result is, of course, entirely dependent on the circumstances. However, it has been shown that under certain circumstances, individuals living in sick houses have been able to clean up certain household goods and then endure it.
When the body is attacked by bacteria, viruses, fungi or other pathogens, the immune system sends out white blood cells (the neurophiles) that produce HOCI to the site that is under attack. To kill these organisms (24). Hypochlorous acid attacks proteins in the cell membranes of microorganisms and destroys them so that the cell breaks down and dies. Thanks to a direct mechanism of action, the possible resistance of the bacteria to antibiotics does not matter. What is hypochlorous acid Hypochlorous acid is simply water and common salt that has undergone electrolysis. To understand how water and salt can change to a new substance, we need to explain the concept of electrolysis.
Electrolysis means that you drive chemical reactions that do not normally take place, by using electricity. If you mix water and salt, nothing happens, then only sodium ions and chloride ions swim around in water. But if you drive a current through, a reaction takes place, because it affects the ions. This is done by inserting two electrodes into the saline solution. Then the electrons are drawn from one electrode to the other. The positively charged sodium ions (Na +) want to be attracted to the negatively charged electrode. The negatively charged chloride ions (Cl-) want to be attracted to the positively charged electrode. As a current passes through, there is a “suction” of electrons (of the electricity) that forces the chloride ion to leave an electron (which “jumps” into the electrode). When an electron disappears from the chloride ion, chlorine is formed instead: 2Cl− + 2e− → Cl2
Lethal to pathogens, harmless to humans and other mammals The National Food Administration states that HOCl does not require any approval for water purification. If you have taken a ferry to Denmark, you have probably already drunk it because it is used in the water tanks of large ships to avoid bacteria in the drinking water. It is therefore completely harmless to humans, but for pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, it is deadly. volume_upcontent_copysharestar_border