The system uses electrochemically activated water where the most important active substance is Hypochlorite acid. This removes all known bacteria, including Listeria and E.coli, from all stages of production. This ensures complete bacterial control and cleaner, safer and more environmentally friendly food and ice production.
Oxitrate is a scalable system, requiring only a single unit – regardless of the solution you choose. We offer everything from simple and affordable solutions to more advanced systems. Oxitrate is modular and consists of up to five modules. If you wish, the system can also be integrated with existing solutions, such as CIP solutions and secondary washing stations.
Oxitrate connects to the facility’s main water intake and disinfects process water before distributing it automatically in the water circuit.
In this video we briefly summarize how the Oxitrate System works.
Oxitrate is a profitable investment and offers a range of proactive benefits to help your business operate more productively, more cost-effectively – and more environmentally friendly. Oxitrate will help you:
Oxitrate can be both dosed into the water circuit and used for surface disinfection. The Oxitrate system can also produce soap on site, which can be used for cleaning surfaces and all types of CIP solutions.
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Unique insight portal for water quality and reporting in the present
Using smart sensor technology, we are at the forefront of the industry by being able to offer an innovative insight portal that provides a complete overview of your facility’s water quality at all times, with real-time reporting.
Oxitrate Insight monitors all installations and has a warning system that ensures efficient system operation and monitoring. The portal provides real-time insight into water consumption and temperature, pH and redox values, among other features.
You can also generate your own insight reports, and the portal also offers employee training videos.