A highly efficient, non-toxic disinfection solution that eliminates both pathogens and biofilm.
The Ecas4-Anolyte is a safe, ecological, water and surface disinfectant suitable for water reticulation systems and infection protection within a wide range of applications.
Ecas4-Anolyte production is entirely automatised by means of an electrolytic procedure. The Ecas4 apparatus is based on the Membrane Electrolytic Reactor system with four chambers.
The Ecas4-Anolyte solution has a minimum content of chlorine, a high redox power and is genuinely pH neutral and non‑corroding due to our unique patented 4-chamber system.
The Ecas4 Advantage
Common disinfection methods do not offer long-lasting protection because they are not capable of eliminating the habitat of both Legionella bacteria and other dangerous pathogenic agents, namely the biofilm. This is an ever present risk in piping systems.
The Ecas4-Anolyte disinfection system measures and injects a minimal dose of Ecas4-Anolyte disinfecting agent into the water pipes. Suitable for hot, warm and cold water.
- pH Neutral
- More effective than ozone or chlorination
- Reaches industry disinfection standards
Ecas4 technology has a wide range of applications for both domestic and industrial water treatment and surface disinfection
Site-specific water quality management plans are increasingly being implemented in Australian health and aged-care facilities in an effort to prevent water-borne infections in vulnerable patients. Newly developed guidelines, such as the enHealth ‘Guidelines for Legionella control in the operation and maintenance of water distribution systems in health and aged care facilities’ (Australian Government, 2015), underline the importance of operational controls such as the installation of continuous in-line disinfection systems and regular flushing of outlets for limiting Legionella bacterial counts and other microbiological risks.read more
Our health is continuously at risk, owing to the widespread presence of microorganisms potentially able to enter in contact with our body. A microbiological contamination may take place due to different causes: in general, it is consequent to the non-intended or accidental contact with infectious material like bacteria, yeast, mould, fungi, virus, prions, protozoa or their toxins and by-products.read more
Ecas4 will be exhibiting at the IHEA Healthcare Facilities Management Conference 2016. 19-21 October 2016, Adelaide Oval, South Australia.read more
Ecas4 will be exhibiting at Hort Connections 2017
15-17 May 2017, Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia
Ecas4 will be exhibiting at Foodpro 2017
16-19 July 2017, International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour