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Oxitrate System Applications

Oxitrate has been rigorously tested by numerous scientific bodies and government agencies, and has received approval for use in a wide range of industrial and household applications.

Drinking Water Treatment

Oxitrate is approved by The Norwegian Institute of Public Health and The Norwegian Food Safety Authority as an additive and disinfectant for drinking water. Oxitrate safely and completely purifies drinking water without adding any unpleasant odour or taste. Using Oxitrate also prevents bio film deposits and build-up in pipes; a common breeding ground for bacteria. Additionally, Oxitrate can be used to reduce bacteria levels in wastewater.

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Food Manufacturing

The Oxitrate System cleans and disinfects food production facilities in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner. Oxitrate meets all current and announced environmental directives and does not expose employees, food products, or the environment to harmful toxins. Oxitrate minimises the possibility of outbreaks of E. Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, and Legionella. The Oxitrate System has shown exceptionally good results in tests conducted by, amongst others, The Norwegian Institute of Public Health, The National Institute of Technology and The University of Nordland.

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Tests have shown that Oxitrate has an excellent antibacterial effect in sea water, even at low dosages. Contaminated sea water can be a source of parasites and disease and may result in poor quality farmed fish. The Oxitrate System is well suited for cleaning and disinfecting water and equipment used in fishing and aquaculture, as well as in seafood processing facilities that have strict requirements for microbial control.

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Professional and Home Kitchens

Cleanliness is essential in the kitchen environment to avoid food contamination from pathogens such as Salmonella and E. coli. The Oxitrate System is an excellent cleanser and disinfectant for institution, restaurant and home kitchens.

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Medical and Care Facilities

The Oxitrate System can be used to clean and disinfect in hospitals, care facilities such as hospices, retirement and nursing homes, as well as doctor’s and dentist’s offices, for effective control of infectious pathogens.

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Hospitality and Cruise Industries

The Oxitrate System can be used for infection control in hotels and on cruise ships. An automated OCDW installation is able to produce Oxitrate as a disinfectant for use in drinking water and as a cleaner and disinfectant for use in kitchens, storage rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms and more. Oxitrate disinfectant can also be put into hand-wash dispensers for staff and guest use. The used products are treated as normal waste water and can be flushed straight into the municipal sewage system or the ocean after use.

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Public transit can be dirty. Hundreds or even thousands of people might be touching the same surfaces every day spreading germs from one person to another. An intensive cleaning program can cut down on the spread of these pathogens, keeping passengers, and the general public, healthier as a result.

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Oxitrate disinfectant can be affordably produced in an OCDW apparatus onboard a cargo vessel, while in transit, and can then be added to ballast tanks during the filling process in any port location. Oxitrate kills all living small species and micro-organisms and the purified water can be then be released back into the ocean without doing any damage to natural balance and global biodiversity.

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Personal Hygene

Personal care products are full of harsh chemicals and toxins that you and your family are exposed to on a daily basis. “Antibacterial” products are everywhere possibly causing germs to build up a tolerance to such agents. Now, a new line of Oxitrate personal care products removes these toxic risks while eliminating pathogens.

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