Ecas4 Australia and Europe was founded to provide health structures, and inpatient departments and accommodation of all kinds, with optimal efficacy in the field of bacterial disinfection.
Ecas4 engages in research and experimentation development. It has undertaken close teamwork over many years with major university research institutes in Australia, Italy, Slovenia and Germany. Thanks to this collaboration we can provide our customer base with a broad spectrum of extremely reliable applications.
The Ecas4 system produces a highly effective, genuinely pH neutral, electro chemically active, metastable disinfectant without the use of toxic chemicals and is 100% biodegradable. The Ecas4 system eliminates pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and mono-cell algae, from mains and drinking water and, crucially, also eradicates the biofilm that is commonly found in piping of any material.
A minimal dose of the disinfectant solution Ecas4-Anolyte is injected into water pipelines to provide non-toxic disinfection without altering the potability of the water and is safe for humans and the environment, ensuring clean water (elimination of pathogenic bacteria, and especially the bacterium responsible for Legionnaire’s disease).
Ecas4 technology is based on an electrochemical procedure regulated by a special four-chamber electrolytic cell (to which two international patents apply). This device ensures neutral pH values, constancy of redox potential and electrical conductivity of the solution produced.
Thanks to optimization of these values, Hypochlorous acid, the principal component of the ECAS solution, is much more efficacious in its action than other commercially available chlorine based products (of the sodium hypochlorite kind).
Ecas4 technologies challenge all current disinfection systems in the area of health and hygiene that is completely safe for all humanity; it is non-hazardous, non-corrosive and has positive impact to our environment. Ecas4 equipment and systems are easy to work with, fully automated and able to be electronically monitored.