Electrochemically activated solution

Electrochemically activated solution – fresh or low-mineralized water, in which due to electrochemical unipolar (near cathode or anode of electrochemical system) exposure there have been formed and are present meta-stable products of electrochemical reactions, and physico-chemical parameters of which, in particular, ORP, relax in time.

Electrochemically activated solutions are obtained either from fresh (drinking) water, whose mineralization does not exceed 1.0 g/l, or from fresh water with added sodium chloride in the quantity which maintains general initial solution mineralization at the level of 5 g/l.

Also, electrochemically activated solutions can be prepared from distilled or purified for dialysis water by adding chemically pure sodium chloride or other electrolytes.