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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I add salt to the water to make it more effective?2023-02-08T20:35:24+00:00

Yes, adding salt to the water can increase the cleaning and disinfecting power of the solution by creating hypochlorous acid (HOCl). 

 

Can I use this product on all surfaces?2023-01-15T11:05:19+00:00

 This product can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, including kitchen counters, bathroom fixtures, and even carpets. However, it’s always a good idea to test the solution on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it doesn’t damage the surface.

 

How long does the solution last?2023-01-15T11:04:23+00:00

 The solution can be stored without losing effectiveness, so it’s convenient to keep it in the generator bottle. It’s also essential to keep it correctly and avoid exposing it to direct sunlight or high temperature to preserve its properties.

 

Is this product safe to use around children and pets?2023-01-15T11:02:18+00:00

Yes, the solution is made from water, it’s completely safe to use around children and pets.

 

How do I clean and maintain the generator?2023-01-15T11:01:42+00:00

Keeping the generator clean and free from debris is important to ensure optimal performance. To clean the generator, unplug it and wipe it down with a damp cloth. Consult the generator manual for specific instructions on cleaning and maintenance.

Can I use tap water in the generator?2023-01-15T11:00:09+00:00

Yes, you can use tap water in the generator. However, it’s important to ensure that the water is clean and free from debris or contaminants that may clog the generator or affect the performance of the solution.

 

can you drink electrolysis water ?2023-01-15T10:58:38+00:00

 

Electrolysed water, also known as alkaline water or hydrogen-rich water, can be consumed as a source of drinking water and is considered generally safe for consumption. However, the safety and health benefits of drinking electrolysed water have not been extensively studied, and more research is needed to understand the long-term effects of consuming it.

 

It’s important to note that the concentration of dissolved hydrogen gas and the pH level of the water can vary depending on the specific electrolysis process used and the properties of the water being electrolysed, so it’s recommended to consult with experts or relevant authorities in your country to ensure that the drinking water is safe and compliant with the regulations and safety standards of your country.

 

Also, it’s recommended to filter the water before drinking it to remove any impurities, and to ensure that the water is free from harmful microorganisms or other contaminants.

 

It’s important to note that if you have any medical condition or are taking any medications, it’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor before consuming electrolysed water or any other type of water, to ensure that it’s safe for you to do so.

 

Research on the effects of drinking electrolysed water is still relatively limited, but some studies have suggested that it may have certain health benefits.

 

One study found that drinking electrolysed water with a high concentration of dissolved hydrogen gas may help to reduce inflammation and improve antioxidant status in the body. Other studies suggest that drinking electrolysed water may help to improve hydration, boost energy, and promote healthy digestion.

 

It’s worth noting that most of the studies conducted on the health benefits of drinking electrolysed water have been done on animals, and more research is needed to understand the effects on humans, especially in the long-term.

 

It’s also important to note that the effects of drinking electrolysed water can vary depending on the specific properties of the water, such as pH and dissolved hydrogen gas concentration, and may differ from one person to another.

Does hypochlorous acid have a scent?2023-01-06T02:01:49+00:00

Hypochlorous acid (HOCI) has a chlorine-like scent and is a pale greenish-yellow liquid used for water treatment, bleaching, and disinfection. It is also produced by white blood cells as a natural defence mechanism against infection and is used in some skin care products.

How do I use ION 360 to clean? Should I dilute it? use your full strength? Do you wear gloves? mask?2023-01-15T10:54:56+00:00

The degreaser produced by potassium carbonate is potassium hydroxide (KOH), which is generally regarded as safe and used as a detergent. It is made in a ready-to-use concentration and does not require gloves more than dishwasher detergent.

Would adding essential oils (such as tea tree oil) reduce the effectiveness?2022-12-30T16:02:18+00:00

We usually don’t recommend adding anything other than the ingredients listed in the user manual because it could interfere with the production of hypochlorous acid.

Can salt and potassium carbonate be combined to make a disinfectant and degreaser?2022-12-30T16:01:35+00:00

The disinfectant, on the other hand, is a strong oxidant, whereas the degreaser is a strong reducing agent. If the two additives are combined, the system will produce no useful solution.

Do I need to buy any special ION-360° additive capsules?2022-12-30T16:00:53+00:00

No, unlike some competing systems, we do not require users to purchase expensive capsules. All that is required is salt to produce HOCl disinfectant or potassium carbonate to produce KOH degreaser.

Can the produced hypochlorous acid from ion ION-360° be used in a fogging machine?2022-12-30T16:00:12+00:00

Yes, but the device must be a cold fogging device rather than a thermal fogging device. Heating hypochlorous acid denatures the molecule and produces chlorine gas.

Can salt and potassium carbonate be combined to make a disinfectant and degreaser?2022-12-30T15:58:14+00:00

The disinfectant, on the other hand, is a strong oxidant, whereas the degreaser is a strong reducing agent. If the two additives are combined, the system will produce no useful solution.

What is the difference between a salt-based disinfectant and a potassium carbonate-based degreaser?2022-12-30T15:57:30+00:00

Hypochlorous acid (HOCl), a powerful oxidizing agent, is used to make the salt disinfectant. Potassium hydroxide (KOH), a powerful reducing agent, is used in the degreaser made with potassium carbonate.

What kind of salt do I need to make the disinfectant?2022-12-30T15:56:58+00:00

Edible salt would be fine, but salt low in iodine will be the best, for example, Kosher salt.

How long does the disinfectant remain active after it is generated by the ION-360°?2022-12-30T15:56:18+00:00

The concentration of hypochlorous acid in a closed container, such as a spray bottle, decreases by about 1% per day. If you produce 200 ppm (parts per million), it should remain above 180 ppm after 2-4 weeks if stored at room temperature and protected from UV light.

What is Hypochlorous acid (HOCl)?2022-12-30T15:55:40+00:00

Hypochlorous acid is a powerful oxidant that kills bacteria 100 times more effectively than chlorine bleach or sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). Hypochlorous acid is a natural and safe chemical. It is found in our blood as one of the most potent biological oxidants produced by white blood cells in response to invading pathogens.

What is ION-360°?2022-12-30T15:55:05+00:00

ION-360° is a portable home unit that can produce half a liter of electrolyzed water (anolyte or catholyte) in ten minutes or less.

How does it function?2022-12-30T15:54:29+00:00

There are only two ingredients required to make an all-natural disinfectant: table salt and water. ION-360° can be filled with water up to 550 ml. To add 7.5 grams or 2/3 tbsp of table salt to the water, use a one-gram measuring spoon. The electrolyzed disinfecting water will be generated after turning on the unit and waiting for about 10 minutes. Similarly, by substituting table salt for potassium carbonate, an all-natural cleaner and degreaser can be created.

What exactly is electrolyzed water?2022-12-30T15:52:24+00:00

Electrolyzed water is a non-toxic, non-hazardous solution that can be used to disinfect or degrease. It is a powerful oxidant that is 100 times more powerful than chlorine bleach as a disinfectant. It is a powerful reducing agent that can effectively dissolve water-insoluble substances when used as a cleaner and degreaser.

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