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Requires Wysiwash Jacketed Caplets (sold separately).



Wysiwash Sanitizer-V is a revolutionary, patented, 21st-century system that changes the way people sanitize. Wysiwash means disinfection from the end of a water hose! The Wysiwash System will effectively clean, sanitize, and eliminate odors while blasting away dirt with a jet stream of water. The hydro-injection "venturi system" produces a solution of hypochlorous acid that is up to 120 times more effective than liquid bleach.

Wysiwash is so easy to use that you will sanitize more often with increased effectiveness. Simply connect the Wysiwash to the hose and spray. There is no need to worry about proper dispensing -- it's automatic!

Wysiwash uses a low concentration of highly-effective HOCL that is biodegradable and environmentally friendly. While it's not recommended that you douse your dogs, sanitizing the area will NOT leave hot spots with high concentrations that will irritate your dog's skin. Wysiwash is also non-mutagenic, non-teratogenic, and non-carcinogenic. In other words, it doesn't cause mutations, birth defects, or cancer, making it safe for pregnant bitches.

Wysiwash-V Features:
 

  • Twist on/off valve
  • Anti-corrosion, zinc-coated adjustable nozzle
  • Corrosion resistant electroless nickel pivot connector
  • Durable polycarbonate body
  • Works with either cold or hot water (140 degrees F / 60 degrees C)
  • Wysiwash Caplets last up to 3.5 hours continuous use
  • No mixing...no mess...no harmful residues
  • No rinsing necessary
  • ORP rating of 750 millivolts, which means instantaneous pathogen destruction
  • 1 year warranty from manufacturer

    Wysiwash-V Uses:
     
  • Kills bacteria and viruses
  • Kills algae and mold
  • Eliminates the need for scrubbing
  • No bleach stains
  • Sanitizes equipment and facilities
  • Non-corrosive to equipment
  • Pet, plant & people friendly
  • Will NOT harm septic systems
  • One-step wash
  • EPA-registered and USDA-approved treatment levels of chlorine
  • Very economical
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Saves time

WYSIWASH Sanitizer-V

SKU: WysiwashV
$139.95Price
  • Chlorine has been used in one way or another for over one hundred years as an effective yet affordable sanitizer. Chlorine used for disinfection is available in three different physical forms: solid (calcium hypochlorite), liquid (sodium hypochlorite), and gas (chlorine gas). The solid form (calcium hypochlorite -- the compound used in Wysiwash) is much less corrosive and exponentially more effective than liquid bleach (sodium hypochlorite) for reasons described below and causes less damage to agricultural produce and mechanical equipment than the other two forms. The gaseous form (chlorine gas), while effective, is quite dangerous and more complicated to use than the other two forms.

    Wysiwash utilizes hypochlorous acid, the most powerful active ingredient in chlorine solutions. It undergoes oxidation to affect the reproduction and metabolism of microorganisms. This results in immediate sanitization through the elimination of pathogens.

    Chlorine in each of its three physical forms kills microorganisms through a fairly simple chemical reaction. After chlorine is added to water, it breaks down into many different chemicals, including hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and the hypochlorite ion (OCl-). Both substances kill microorganisms and bacteria by attacking the lipids in the cell walls and destroying the enzymes and structures inside the cell, thus rendering them oxidized and harmless. The difference between hypochlorous acid and hypochlorite ions is the speed at which they oxidize. Hypochlorous acid is able to oxidize the organisms in several seconds, while the hypochlorite ion may take up to 30 minutes or longer.

    The levels of hypochlorous acid and hypochlorite ions vary with the solution's pH level. If the pH is too high, not enough hypochlorous acid is present and sanitization can take much longer than with a lower pH. Ideally, the level of pH in the solution should be between 7 and 8, which is typical for a water hose. Once the hypochlorous acid and hypochlorite ions are finished sanitizing, they combine naturally with another chemical in the environment, such as ammonia, or are broken down into single atoms. Both of these processes render the chlorine harmless, thus making Wysiwash completely biodegradable!

    For a thorough analysis of chlorination and disinfection, please refer to:

    Block, S.S(2000) Disinfection, Sterilization, and Preservation, 5th Edition NY: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkinscal.

    White, Geo Clifford (1998) Handbook of Chlorination and Alternative Disinfectants, 4th Edition NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

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