EPA Est. 96527-CA-1

Traditionally, electrolyzed water (HOCl) is generated and utilized in an industrial capacity for hospitals, grocery stores, and restaurants for its powerful sanitizing and disinfection properties. With the NatureChlor, you can bring the same disinfecting capabilities into your own home at a fraction of the cost, all while eliminating the exposure of harsh chemicals to your loved ones and maintaining a safe, healthy, and happy home.

NatureChlor

Based on our Spa Chlorinator electrode, the NatureChlor is simple and to-the-point with residential production capability in mind.
Make your own Electrolyzed Water with this simple do-it-yourself system.
Operation: Add appropriate amount of salt, white vinegar, and water to a tall, liquid-holding container. Place the electrode into the water and allow to run the amount of time required to achieve desired PPM (a reference table is provided below). Transfer to a spray bottle or other application device.
If you require increased levels of HOCl PPM, simply increase the run time of the unit (a reference table is provided below).
The NatureChlor can also be utilized to generate a Cleaner/Degreaser by substituting salt with Potassium Carbonate. Potassium Carbonate is commonly used in the production of soaps and is easily available. Detailed instructions are in the NatureChlor manual.

NatureChlorMAX

Based on our MegaChlor electrode, the NatureChlorMAX is for those who require a large amount (5 Gallons) of disinfectant.
Make your own Electrolyzed Water with this simple do-it-yourself system.
Operation: Add appropriate amount of salt, white vinegar, and water to a tall, liquid-holding container. Place the electrode into the water and allow to run the amount of time required to achieve desired PPM (a reference table is provided below). Transfer to a spray bottle or other application device.
If you require increased levels of HOCl PPM, simply increase the run time of the unit (a reference table is provided below).
The NatureChlorMAX can also be utilized to generate a Cleaner/Degreaser by substituting salt with Potassium Carbonate. Potassium Carbonate is commonly used in the production of soaps and is easily available. Detailed instructions are in the NatureChlor manual.

Production Reference Table