IET continues to further the evolution of Electro-Chemical Activation (ECA) technologies by designing and building it's EcaFlo™ series of ECA Devices (US EPA Registration No. 82341-1)
EcaFlo™ equipment is uniquely designed to produce EcaFlo™ Anolyte and Catholyte solutions with predictable and carefully controlled properties.
The pH of EcaFlo™ solutions can be precisely controlled to assure maximum efficacy against microorganisms. EcaFlo™ devices have the ability to "dial in" the pH without the use of additional chemicals or reagents. Hydraulic flows through the anode and cathode chambers of the electrolytic cells produce an anolyte solution at a near-neutral 6.5 pH, assuring the continuous production of hypochlorous acid.
EcaFlo™ equipment utilizes a proprietary operating system with a simple touch screen interface to control the unit's PLC and internal components. The system features customizable operating parameters as well as a continuous monitoring system to ensure consistent results.
Equipment operations and retrieval of stored data may be accomplished through an Ethernet/IP connection. Diagnostics and maintenance services may be performed by personnel who are hundreds of miles away.
At the core of each EcaFlo™ unit is an electrolytic cell manufactured to meet performance standards in quality, reliability, and production capabilities. The cell consists of titanium anode and cathode tubes separated by a semi-porous ceramic diaphragm. When energized with a constant DC current, EcaFlo™ ECA cells produce an Anolyte solution containing a minimum of 500 ppm FAC (free available chlorine).