cdDes - Backgrounds to the procedure and why does cdDes affects also viruses?

  • [url=''][size=14]cdDes[/size][/url][size=14] is an effective disinfectant against bacteria, viruses, fungi, and their spores. cdDes acts in a biophysical manner. Hypochlorous acid is an oxidizing agent that separates and, respectively, releases oxygen (O). This oxygen that got free destroys the cell membranes of pathogens. Since it acts biophysically, no resistances can occur in the pathogens. This hypochlorous acid is less chlorinated than swimming pool water, but features a tension that is responsible for the outstanding effectiveness. The following advantages that accrue for the use of this disinfectant cdDes: [/size] [list] [*][size=14]no by-product formation and residues, but disintegration into its natural source materials (water and salt) after the disinfection process[/size] [*][size=14]no addition of chemicals[/size] [*][size=14]no harmful vapors or residues[/size] [*][size=14]no training for handling cdDes required[/size] [*][size=14]no safety storage required[/size] [*][size=14]no protective equipment required[/size] [*][size=14]easy handling[/size] [/list][size=14] Production and mode of action: The technology originates from the Russian space travel, whereabouts electrolysis cells were used to operate the MIR space station as early as the 1980s. The solution is produced of water, salt, and electricity. The cdDes process is a particular form of electrolysis. Hypochlorous acid (HCLO) is formed. Hypochlorous acid (HCLO) is a naturally occurring substance that amongst others is produced by the white blood cells (neutrophils) of mammals and is an important part of the body's immune system in order to fight pathogens.[/size][size=14][/size]