Fr. 106.00

Mechanism of action of Electro-Chemically Activated Water

English · Paperback / Softback

Shipping usually within 2 to 3 weeks (title will be printed to order)


Read more

The Electro-Chemically Activated (ECA) water technology and its capacity to produce distinct and differentiated energised water solutions was first described in the early 1950's. The technology was refined in the Moscow laboratory of Prof Bakhir et. al. and its near universal applications as a new generation disinfectant has flourished since the mid 1990's. Today, the ECA technology, as a safe and effective disinfectant and biofilm control remedy has gained global traction with multiple installations in high risk food, beverage factories and dental and medical institutions. Prior to the late 2000's, the definitive mechanisms of antimicrobial action of the ECA solutions had previously not been elucidated and reported on and this treatise on the ECA technology was collated to provide a benchmark of understanding to complement the burgeoning research efforts relating to the technology.

About the author

With foundation qualifications in Natural and Veterinary Science, I also hold an MBA in Entrepreneurship and a PhD in Microbiology. I was foremost in the development and global commercialisation of the Electrochemically Activated water (ECA) technology and have developed a definitive and immediate water quality assurance test - Carbotect¿.

Product details

Authors Robin Kirkpatrick
Publisher LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 11.10.2019
EAN 9786200309341
ISBN 9786200309341
No. of pages 264
Dimensions 150 mm x 16 mm x 220 mm
Weight 412 g
Subject Natural sciences, medicine, IT, technology > Biology > General, dictionaries

Customer reviews

No reviews have been written for this item yet. Write the first review and be helpful to other users when they decide on a purchase.

Write a review

Thumbs up or thumbs down? Write your own review.

For messages to please use the contact form.

The input fields marked * are obligatory

By submitting this form you agree to our data privacy statement.