What is Sanistar Water?


Electrolyzing the dilute hydrochloric acid generated Sanistar Water

The slightly acidic electrolyzed water is made from hydrochloric acid.
As shown in the figure below, when electrolyzing the dilute hydrochloric acid and water in a cornea-free electrolytic-cell, Sanistar Water is generated.


Sanistar Water Production Flow


Low chlorine concentration but strong bactericidal power

Sanistar Water shows strong bactericidal power at low chlorine concentration (10-30ppm) as the ratio of hypochlorous acid is high.
It is almost colorless, tasteless and odorless. There is no problem if you touch or even swallow it.


Comparison of slightly acidic electrolyzed water and sodium hypochlorite

Sanitizing Power



Sanistar Water shows a strong sanitizing effect with low available chlorine

The disinfectant main component is HCl0, which has about 100 times more disinfectant power than ClO-.
Sanistar Water has the same sanitation power as sodium hypochlorite at 1/10 of the concentration of active ingredients. Sanistar Water: available chlorine 10-30 ppm, pH 4.0-7.0

Equivalent effect:

Sanistar Water 10~30 ppm
Sodium Hypochlorite 100~200 ppm

Sanistar Water: Sanitizing at low chlorine concentration in a short time.
Sodium Hypochlorite Solution: Sanitizing at high chlorine concentration in a long time.



Residual chlorine after use is low and odorless

Sanistar Water
- Low residual chlorine
- No chlorine smell
- Difficult to rust

Sodium Hypochlorite
- High residual chlorine
- Chlorine smell
- Easy to rust


Corrosion caused by disinfectant

Samples of metal were half-immersed in 4 liters of solutions poured in plastic containers. The upper halves of the samples were exposed to the air, while the lower halves were held in solution. Fresh solutions were provided 5 times during the 7-day period. Sanistar Water has only a slight impact on metal equipment, which helps to decrease increases in maintenance and repair costs on your production line.




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