Producing a Catholyte Cleaner
The way a catholyte cleaner is produced is much different from that of most household cleaning products. Rather than mixing chemicals together, the manufacturing of catholyte is accomplished through a technique called water electrolysis. It all begins with a simple mixture of water and sodium chloride (that is, salt), which is electrically charged and redistributed into two different solutions–a catholyte and an anolyte solution.
The anolyte solution is itself an important product also distributed by PCT, and functions as an effective disinfectant solution registered with the EPA. You can learn more about anolyte solutions and its unique cleaning properties, as well as powerful applications customized to the healthcare field, on the other pages of our website.
The catholyte solution, when captured and bottled, forms a powerful partner to the anolyte as an all-purpose cleaner and degreaser. Because the catholyte is formed from nothing more than water and sodium chloride, it is safe, non-toxic, and “green,” making it a great option for a huge range of different cleaning needs.