Verification on the effects of hypochlorous acid

Academic conferences have taken up the effects of hypochlorous acid

Hypochlorous acid has been presented at academic conferences

Hypochlorous acid acts rapidly and penetrates not only the surface layer of bacteria, but also the inner layer, decomposing organic matter quickly with its excellent power to inhibit pollutant. It also has a high deodourising effect and is effective against stubborn odours, such as those from pets and those lurking in nursing homes.
When used properly, hypochlorous acid is safe and highly effective, and is an excellent ingredient for inhibiting pollutant and deodourising indoor spaces. 

Mie University 
Graduate School and Faculty of Bioresources
Professor Satoshi Fukuzaki

External Safety Verification List

Various verifications have been conducted by external verification institutions while ensuring fairness.

Test name

Purpose of test

Aqueous solution 
and gas used

Testing institution

Comet assay

Effects on DNA

Gas
Exposure

Food and Drug Safety Center

90 day repeated-dose toxicity study

Inhalation safety

Gas
Exposure

Gunma Prefectural Institute of Public Health and Environmental Sciences

28 day repeated-dose toxicity study

Inhalation safety

Gas
Exposure

Gunma Prefectural Institute of Public Health and Environmental Sciences

28 day repeated-dose toxicity study

Inhalation safety

Gas
Exposure

Kamakura Techno‒Science, Inc.

Skin sensitization

Skin safety

Liquid
Exposure

Kamakura Techno‒Science, Inc.

Skin irritation

Skin safety

Liquid
Exposure

Kamakura Techno‒Science, Inc.

Eye irritation

Skin safety

Liquid
Exposure

Kamakura Techno‒Science, Inc.

Paper archives

Research results on our hypochlorous acid technology are posted here.

Category

Paper title

Properties of 
hypochlorous acid

Decolorization of Curcumin Sorbed into Plastic Materials by Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid Permeated through Silicone Rubber

Analysis of Stripping Process of Hypochlorous Acid in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Volatilization of Hypochlorous Acid from a Solution-Impregnated Fabric Filter in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Efficacy of hypochlorous acid

Volatility and Antimicrobial Actions of Hypochlorous Acid and Monochloramin in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System under Alkaline Conditions

Removal of Gas-Phase Ammonia by a Forced-Air Vaporizing Humidifier with Sodium Hypochlorite and Formation of Inorganic Chloramines

Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus epidermidis in Aerosols in a Confined Space

Effect of Chlorine-Consuming Organic Substances on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid on a Wet Agar Plate

Effext of Relative Humidity on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus aureus on a Dry Solid Surface

Allergic Potency of Japanese Cedar Pollen Cry j 1 is Reduced by a Low Concentration of Hypochlorous Acid Generated by Electrolysis

Measurement of 
gaseous hypochlorous acida

Preparation of Simple Indicator for Detecting Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid

Simple Measurement of Gaseous Hypochlorous acid using a Chlorine Gas Detector Equipped with a Controlled Potential Electrolysis Sensor

Hypochlorous acid properties

Decolorization of Curcumin Sorbed into Plastic Materials by Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid Permeated through Silicone Rubber

Paper title

Decolorization of Curcumin Sorbed into Plastic Materials by Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid Permeated through Silicone Rubber

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

39(1),56-62

Issued

2021/2/1

Authors

Satoshi Fukuzaki 1, Hinako Tsujimoto 1, Shinji Yoshida 2, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Yoko Ishida 2

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Analysis of Stripping Process of Hypochlorous Acid in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Paper title

Analysis of Stripping Process of Hypochlorous Acid in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

36(1),35-39

Issued

2018/2/1

Authors

Ryoya Kato 1, Shoko Makimura 1, Shinji Yoshida 1, Takashi Muramatsu 2, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Shota Ibuka 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Volatilization of Hypochlorous Acid from a Solution-Impregnated Fabric Filter in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Paper title

Volatilization of Hypochlorous Acid from a Solution-Impregnated Fabric Filter in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS

Volume and Page

44(3), 113-118

Issued

2016

Authors

Shinji Yoshida 1, Takashi Muramatsu 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Efficacy of hypochlorous acid

Volatility and Antimicrobial Actions of Hypochlorous Acid and Monochloramin in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System under Alkaline Conditions

Paper title

Volatility and Antimicrobial Actions of Hypochlorous Acid and Monochloramin in a Forced-Air Vaporizing System under Alkaline Conditions

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS

Volume and Page

49(1),3-9

Issued

2021

Authors

Kosuke Nakamura 1, Ryoya Kato 1, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Yoko Ishida 2, Shigetoshi Horikiri 2, Shinji Yoshida 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Removal of Gas-Phase Ammonia by a Forced-Air Vaporizing Humidifier with Sodium Hypochlorite and Formation of Inorganic Chloramines

Paper title

Removal of Gas-Phase Ammonia by a Forced-Air Vaporizing Humidifier with Sodium Hypochlorite and Formation of Inorganic Chloramines

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

38(4), 234-241

Issued

2020/8/1

Authors

Kosuke Nakamura 1, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Yoko Ishida 2, Shigetoshi Horikiri 2, Shinji Yoshida 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus epidermidis in Aerosols in a Confined Space

Paper title

Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus epidermidis in Aerosols in a Confined Space

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

38(3), 152-157

Issued

2020/6/1

Authors

Hirotaka Mizuno 2, Shota Ibuka 2, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Shigetoshi Horikiri 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Effect of Chlorine-Consuming Organic Substances on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid on a Wet Agar Plate

Paper title

Effect of Chlorine-Consuming Organic Substances on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid on a Wet Agar Plate

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

37(4), 163-169

Issued

2019/8/1

Authors

Makimura Shoko 1, Kato Ryoya 1,Yoshida Shinji 2, Hayashi Tomohiro 2, Ibuka Shota 2, Shigetoshi Horikiri 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1

1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Effect of Relative Humidity on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus aureus on a Dry Solid Surface

Paper title

Effect of Relative Humidity on the Bactericidal Action of Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid against Staphylococcus aureus on a Dry Solid Surface

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS

Volume and Page

47(1),3-6

Issued

2019

Authors

Shinji Yoshida 2, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Shota Ibuka 2, Shigetoshi Horikiri 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1
1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Allergic Potency of Japanese Cedar Pollen Cry j 1 is Reduced by a Low Concentration of Hypochlorous Acid Generated by Electrolysis

Paper title

Allergic Potency of Japanese Cedar Pollen Cry j 1 is Reduced by a Low Concentration of Hypochlorous Acid Generated by Electrolysis

Journal Name

Allergology International

Volume and Page

58(2),255-260

Issued

2009

Authors

Tetsuya Terada1, Yoko Akimoto1,2, Sawako Hyo1, Daisuke Suzuki3, Kazuhiko Tanaka2, Hiroshi Takenaka1

1 Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan
2 Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka, Japan
3   R & D H.Q. Human Ecology Research Center, SANYO Electric Co., Gunma, Japan.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Preparation of Simple Indicator for Detecting Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid

Paper title

Preparation of Simple Indicator for Detecting Gaseous Hypochlorous Acid

Journal Name

JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNIQUE

Volume and Page

36 (1), 40-45

Issued

2018/2/1

Authors

Ryoya Kato 1, Takashi Kusakawa 1, Shinji Yoshida 1, Tomohiro Hayashi 2, Shota Ibuka 2, Satoshi Fukuzaki 1
1 Graduate School of Bioresource, Mie University
2 Panasonic Ecology Systems Co.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

Simple Measurement of Gaseous Hypochlorous acid using a Chlorine Gas Detector Equipped with a Controlled Potential Electrolysis Sensor

Paper title

Allergic Potency of Japanese Cedar Pollen Cry j 1 is Reduced by a Low Concentration of Hypochlorous Acid Generated by Electrolysis

Journal Name

Allergology International

Volume and Page

58(2),255-260

Issued

2009

Authors

Tetsuya Terada1, Yoko Akimoto1,2, Sawako Hyo1, Daisuke Suzuki3, Kazuhiko Tanaka2, Hiroshi Takenaka1

1 Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan
2 Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka, Japan
3   R & D H.Q. Human Ecology Research Center, SANYO Electric Co., Gunma, Japan.

*Affiliations are as of the date of the publication.

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