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Some potential benefits of HOCl in assisted living facilities include:

  • Antimicrobial Properties: HOCl is a powerful disinfectant and antimicrobial agent. It effectively kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi, including antibiotic-resistant strains like MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and C. diff (Clostridium difficile). Using HOCl in cleaning and disinfection protocols can help reduce the spread of infections within the facility.
  • Safe for Residents and Staff: HOCl is non-toxic and generally safe for humans when used at appropriate concentrations. Unlike some traditional cleaning chemicals, it does not emit harmful fumes, making it a safer option for residents, staff, and visitors in assisted living facilities.
  • Wound Care and Infection Control: HOCl can be used for wound irrigation and management due to its antimicrobial properties. In assisted living facilities, it may aid in promoting wound healing and preventing infections in residents with skin issues or chronic wounds.
  • Odor Control: HOCl can help control unpleasant odors in common areas, resident rooms, and medical equipment, improving the overall living environment for residents and staff.
  • Environmental Friendliness: HOCl is considered environmentally friendly as it breaks down into water and salt after use. This reduces the environmental impact compared to some traditional cleaning chemicals.
  • Easy Application: HOCl can be used as a spray or mist, making it convenient and easy to apply on various surfaces, including medical equipment, furniture, and high-touch areas.
  • Reduction of Chemical Sensitivities: Some residents may have chemical sensitivities or allergies to certain cleaning agents. Using HOCl may help minimize these sensitivities and reduce potential adverse reactions.

If you have any questions about how a HYPOGEN HOCl generator can benefit your facility, ask away!


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