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Hydrolyte® is a Revolutionary Disinfectant Product Made by PCTL

Last Updated: June 22nd, 20227 CommentsCategories: Hypochlorous Acid
Hypochlorous Acid Helps Make a Revolutionary Natural Cleaner

There’s a revolutionary disinfecting solution on the market that’s making waves for its efficacy and is eco-friendly: Hydrolyte®. Let’s get started.

So What Exactly is Hypochlorous Acid (Hydrolyte®)?

Hypochlorous acid is produced by our immune cells to fight infection. When Hydrolyte® is produced it is used to kill bacteria and viruses on surfaces.

What Is Done With Hydrolyte®?

Here at PCT, our Hydrolyte® disinfectant is made locally in Little River, SC. It is freshly made for customer orders. And Hydrolyte® is also registered by the United States Department of Environmental Protection (EPA) in every state.

The solution is placed in a holding tank until it is needed. We use an electrolysis process that runs a current through the water, which splits the water molecules into their component parts: hydrogen and oxygen. The oxygen then reacts with the chlorine to form hypochlorous acid.

Once we have our solution, we package it, where it is later used to clean a variety of different surfaces by consumers and businesses.

How Does Hypochlorous Acid (Hydrolyte®) Work?

Hypochlorous acid works by breaking down the cell walls of bacteria and viruses, which destroys them. It’s a broad-spectrum disinfectant, which means that it is effective against a wide range of bacteria and viruses. Hypochlorous acid is also a powerful oxidizing agent, which means it can break down dirt, grime, and other organic matter. Additionally, it is non-toxic and does not produce harmful byproducts. It’s eco-friendly and all-natural.

Where is Hydrolyte® Used?

Hypochlorous acid can be used on a variety of different surfaces, including countertops, floors, bathrooms, kitchens, and more. It’s environmentally friendly to use around children and pets, and can be used on food-prep surfaces.
But beyond that, our Hydrolyte® solution is now used by hospitals to keep staff and patients safe. Hospital disinfection is taken extremely seriously, so it says a lot when these hospitals begin using Hydrolyte®. It’s an extremely effective disinfectant for healthcare facilities, businesses, schools, and homes.

SARS-Cov-2 & Hydrolyte®

As the world still grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, Hydrolyte® has become an essential tool in the fight against the virus. Hydrolyte® is effective in killing the virus SARS-Cov-2 that causes the disease COVID-19.

The Importance of Penetrating Pathogenic Microorganism Cell Walls

There are many bacteria in our bodies and in the world some are friendly and some make us very sick. These cells are called pathogenic microorganisms, and they can cause everything from the common cold to life-threatening diseases. The good news is that there are ways to kill these cells and protect ourselves from their harmful effects.

One weapon against pathogenic microorganisms is hypochlorous acid. This substance is able to penetrate the cell walls of pathogenic microorganisms, killing them and preventing them from causing disease. It’s able to move into a pathogen and disrupt the DNA, killing the pathogen.

The Dangers of Traditional Cleaners

If you’re one of those people who use traditional cleaners with toxic chemicals, you might want to think about switching to Hydrolyte®. Not only is it just as effective, but it’s also more user friendly for your lungs and respiratory system. Traditional disinfectant’s often contain harsh chemicals (VOC’s) that can lead to lung irritation and even breathing problems, especially in children.

They can also leave behind a toxic residue that can be dangerous if inhaled or ingested. Hydrolyte® disinfectant is different. Hydrolyte® is manufactured with natural occurring minerals that are gentle on your lungs and won’t leave behind any harmful residue.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, Hydrolyte® is a very effective tool in the fight against pathogenic microorganisms. If you are looking for a disinfectant that can kill pathogenic microorganisms, be sure to look for Hydrolyte®.

Learn more about PCT’s Hydrolyte® disinfecting solution here.

7 Comments

  1. RD Wade June 23, 2022 at 2:02 am - Reply

    Thank you for the very straight forward explanation. I wish you continued success going forward. Your products are gaining considerable attention and attributes. You are literally saving lives in hospitals around the world. Congratulations.

    • Carole Arnold August 10, 2022 at 2:12 pm - Reply

      Thank you for the kind words! It is so important to keep people safe and we are happy that our Hydrolyte is being recognized across the globe for not only it’s disinfecting properties but also that it is VOC free (won’t trigger an asthma attack) and it won’t hurt the environment the way some other disinfectants do.

  2. דירה דיסקרטית בבת ים July 29, 2022 at 7:57 pm - Reply

    Good post. I learn something totally new and challenging on websites I stumbleupon every day. Its always exciting to read articles from other authors and use something from other sites.

  3. Nomad July 31, 2022 at 10:18 am - Reply

    I’ve been looking into hypochlorous acid recently and came across your website. This is a very informative post especially the part about our immune system producing hypochlorous acid. Nice website.

    • Carole Arnold August 10, 2022 at 2:09 pm - Reply

      Thank you for your comments! We are really appreciative when we hear that we’ve helped someone understand the benefits of hypochlorous acid!

  4. Kelly clark August 1, 2022 at 7:57 pm - Reply

    Will this techonolgy ever be developed to use in septic tanks?

    • Carole Arnold August 10, 2022 at 1:20 pm - Reply

      Hello Kelly: Thank you for your question. Having lived in a rural setting I am quite familiar with septic systems. As you know, in order for a septic system to do it’s job efficiently there is a certain amount of bacteria that must be present. Presently Hydrolyte does not distinguish between the good bacteria needed versus the bad bacteria. I would be hopeful that in the future we would be able to produce a product that would be effective in septic systems but we don’t have plans currently to develop one.

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