Loxotec products are based on HOCL, which is very effective against bacteria, viruses and fungi. HOCL
is also used by the human body as part of natural defense processes. HOCL is very effective against
pathogens; however, higher organized cell structures, such as human or animal tissue, have
developed protective mechanisms to be insensitive to HOCL.
The active ingredient is unique in that it breaks down again into the elemental parts, water and salt,
after application and works with the body’s own defense mechanism.
From mineral starting materials without organic compounds
Without alcohols, aldehydes, fragrances and dyes
Highly effective & pH neutral
Without toxic residues
Without organic chemistry
Protected ECALIT® process, thus particularly stable
The excellent effect is based on a process that is also used by the human body as part of natural defense processes.
Loxotec® products are highly effective against pathogens. Higher organized cell structures, such as human or animal tissue, on the other hand, have developed protective mechanisms to be insensitive to the active ingredient.
In this way, Loxotec® products can act efficiently without damaging healthy tissue.
Loxotec produces highly effective microbiocidal solutions on a purely inorganic basis.
No hazardous substances are generated either during production or application. Unlike conventional disinfection solutions, no special safety precautions are required with Loxotec products.
The production process guarantees leading manufacturing technology, optimal active ingredient content and two-year shelf life.
Loxotec products are manufactured using the ECALIT® process. ECALIT® stands for Electrochemical Activation Low Ion Transfer and describes a highly developed process of electrochemical activation. The active ingredient sodium hypochlorite is produced from water and pure salt and remains effective in the solution for up to two years.
The ECALIT process is the most advanced development of membrane cell electrolysis. It was developed by chemist and microbiologist Dr. Kurt Kaehn in cooperation with chemical engineer Alexey Gaas and has been improved for years. In the completely newly dimensioned ECALIT® membrane electrolysis cell, current flow is established via ceramic membrane and is distributed 1:1 to the sodium and chloride ions. An anodic solution with a high redox potential is thus generated with small amounts of common salt at a low current flow with membrane electrolysis cells connected in series.
The result of this process is products that remain effective for at least two years.