Leonard Automatics’ LCW Cart Washer is powered by the EPA approved Viking Pure System that protects against and kills in seconds all known bacteria, viruses, fungus and antibiotic resistant superbugs.
The LCW processes carts in 1/2 the time, reduces water consumption, costs pennies per wash, has no additional chemicals, does not create a mess and features a self-contained compact design, according to the company.
Here’s how it works:
Electrolyzed Water is the result of a process called electrolysis. It is the process where salt (NaCl) in the brine is electrically separated into its two main ions; Sodium (Na) and Chlorine (Cl). Those two ions are then mixed into two separate streams of fresh water thus making two very useful solutions; Hypochlorous Acid, HOCl, (a strong sanitizing solution) and Sodium Hydroxide, NaOH, (a very powerful cleaner/degreaser).
Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) is a basic solution that acts as an extremely effective degreaser, surface and glass cleaner, carpet shampoo, vegetable wash and all around cleaning solution. Look closely and you will see that NaOH is commonly found as the only active ingredient in many of today’s commercial cleaners.
Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) is a highly potent oxidizing agent and will bind to the cell membrane of a bacteria, fungus, or virus, and destroy the membrane, thus killing the cell. Studies with HOCl have shown that it is even highly effective against resistant strains of bacteria such as MRSA and VRE and has been shown to be 70-80 times more effective than bleach in cleaning and sanitizing.
Both solutions are 100% NON-Toxic and offer ZERO negative effects if ingested. Independent lab reports show ZERO Cytotoxicity to animal cells and contains ZERO allergens.
For more information, visit the company’s web site: Leonard Automatics
Visit Leonard Automatics at Clean ’19 in booth 2943