Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)
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Disinfectants - Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)

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JoyCom Group® Pure Hypochlorous Acid Powder (HAP)

Portable!Storage easily!
Only one step, drop HAP into the 1 liter cool-water and you will get the fresh 100 ppm HOCls. 
To disinfect exactly, the fresh HOCls be applied in 3 months ASAP, please. 

  1. Keeping HAP in cool, dry and dark.
  2. Please store HOCls in the opaque HDPE or PP container.
  3. For external use only.

How to prevent COVID-19 in daily life?
You can reduce the risks of being infected or spreading COVID-19 by using disinfectants such as Alcohol , Bleach or Hypochlorous acid. But do you know the differences between Alcohol , Bleach and Hypochlorous acid ? 

Bleach, NaClO, Basic pH > 7
Avoid skin contact due to its irritation.
Smelly chlorine odor. 

Hyprochlorous acid solution (HOCls), weak acid pH < 7

HOCls has excellent disinfectant effect for anti-virus and antibacterial. It is better than Alcohol-based products, and has less damages to skin because Hyprochlorous Acid (HOCl) is also self-produced in our body. Many researches show that HOCls has therapy potentials on wound clean, anti-pruritus (itch), deodorant and disinfectant on surgery or chronic wound.

Althourgh HOCls is so powerful, when you apply it, you must obey the following advice.
  1. Attention! HOCls ≠ NaClO ( Bleach)
  2. Proper working concentration :  100 ~ 200 ppm for instant disinfect (within 1 min)
  3. Avoid storing the HOCls made by electrolyzed because of the risk of toxic chlorine gas regeneration. 
  4. Correct pH value! Improper condition (pH >7) is not only invalid on disinfect but also harmful for human.


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