Noncontact electrochemical activation

Non-contact electrochemical activation – is based on previously unknown phenomenon of directed alteration of physical and chemical properties of liquids (water, electrolyte aqueous solutions) separated from electrochemically activated water and solution by a di-electric thin impermeable for liquids partition (glass, teflon, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyethylene-tere-phthalate and others).

The efficacy of non-contact regulation of water and solution parameters is determined by a number of factors including the most essential ones, such as the degree of activating solution or water meta-stability, the material and structure of di-electric partition between activating and activated liquids. Today, new devices for non-contact electrochemical exposure of INFUSTAT range are being developed, whose main function will be non-contact regulation of рН and redox potential of medical fluids during drop infusion into the human body. The main spheres of application are oncology, liver diseases and immuno-deficiency. Output: from 0.3 to 1.5 l/h.