Osmio Sanser Sanitiser 2L - All Questions

Osmio Sanser Sanitiser 2L
Osmio Sanser Sanitiser 2L
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Is it the same as hydrogen peroxide?
Question by: maconeto maconeto on 10 Oct 2020, 23:37
No the bottle will generate sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and hydrogen peroxide is H2O2.
Answer by: maconeto maconeto on 27 Nov 2020, 23:38
In the video you mention that you can make the solution ‘as strong as bleach’
Does this mean the solution would burn skin in the same way as neat bleach would?
Question by: Lucy on 2 Dec 2020, 21:15
It wouldn't burn the skin but it will dry the skin and irritate it quickly, but not a chemical burn
Answer by: Mark Kent on 10 Feb 2021, 18:53
Is this suitable for a commercial environment such as a cafe/food takeaway business.

What is the contact time required to sanitise surfaces?
Question by: Michael Karkaletsou on 31 Dec 2020, 16:07
Hi Michael this product here has BS EN 1500 and 1276 so you can use it in your commercial environment: https://www.osmiowater.co.uk/sanser-sanitiser-spray-500ml.html

The contact time is 60 seconds for 1276.
Answer by: Mark Kent on 10 Feb 2021, 18:58
Hello - My Daughter purchased a H2 water generator for me, and it looks exactly like this model, the only difference is that instruction details that mineral water is used and not tap water. This actually makes sense now, why they say not to use tap water, as drinking strong hyerchlorite would not be good for health. Detailing the electrolysis portion to make H2 water, might be advantageous for your buyers 2 features for price of 1
Question by: Eve Josef on 18 Mar 2021, 21:47
Hi Eve, These are 2 different products and use the process of electrolysis in a different way and cant be combined.
I do not know the specs of the hydrogen bottle you have as a gift. In Osmio Duo Hydrogen Generator we use PEM technology - and tap water can be used safely. Cathode and anode are separated by PEM membrane. During electrolysis, using PEM technology only H2 is collected on the cathode and dissolved in water, all byproducts are collected on the anode and are safely expelled through the bottom of the bottle.
Sodium hypochlorite is produced by the electrolysis of brine. Both cathode and anode are located in the same compartment, it does produce great sanitising and cleaning solution - but can't produce safe hydrogen-enriched water.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 19 Mar 2021, 18:07
is the solution generated by the sanser sanitizer spray 500ml and the sanser sanitiser 2l different, since the former has to be used within 24 hours and the latter can last for 30 days? thank you!
Question by: ruby on 15 May 2021, 19:18
The solution generated by a 500 ml Sanser can be either 150 or 300 ppm depending on the cycle you choose. The solution generated by 2L Sanser can be up to 1200ppm (on 30 min cycle). The solution is unstable and it gradually turns back to salt and water.
Sanser 500ml 300 ppm solution is tested within 24 hrs after production and it meets standard BS 1276, which means that it kills 99% of bacteria on a surface in 1 min contact time (in clean conditions). The saturation is insufficient after 24 hrs to comply with the standards, however, some cleaning properties will remain for a longer period of time.
If stored as instructed (in a closed container away from daylight) 1200 ppm solution will stay concentrated enough for much longer.
I use about 2L of the solution every couple of days in my household.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 18 May 2021, 22:29

Will the Sodium Hypochlorite react with acids such as vinegar to produce dangerous chlorine gas as in the case of regular household bleach?

And is the maximum concentration possible the same as regular 5% Sodium Hypochlorite in household bleach?

Thanks for your help.
Question by: Matthew on 26 May 2021, 18:19
Hello Matthew,

Yes, it will react with vinegar, citric acid, soaps containing ammonia - we do not recommend mixing it with any other cleaning products. You can read a blog on the link below.

The 30 min cycle will give you 1200 ppm concentration.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 27 May 2021, 22:56

In the manual it suggests 30 g of salt, although the video suggests only 12g. Does more salt make any difference to the concentration, and how much salt should we use for 2l water?

Thank you.
Question by: Max Smith on 9 Aug 2021, 21:03
please use 30g to achieve maximum concentration
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 16 Aug 2021, 17:05
1) Most supermarket salt has anti caking agent (Sodium Ferrocyanide) in it. Is this OK to use in the machine?

2) The sanser is mentioned to be used to clean food, when cleaning the food does one have to rinse with water afterwards. Or could I spray my plate of salad and then consume?
Question by: Geoffrey Thomas on 4 Sep 2021, 16:30
1. yes, it is OK. The concentration of the agent is very weak to affect the composition of the solution.
2. you have to rinse food after cleaning with the solution.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 5 Sep 2021, 08:24
How much salt is really needed?
My manual only says 12g of salt and it's the duration that decides the concentration. But I see in one of the questions below that another person's manual says to use 30g and so do Osmio... Which is right...?

Can it be stored in any plastic container - i'm worried about leaching?
Can it be used in an emergency to sterilise drinking water?
(I've been told a couple of drops of bleach is better than nothing if desperate.)
Question by: Charlotte English on 12 Oct 2021, 16:51
30 g of salt should be added. There is a mistake in the manual. It should've been removed from the order.

It can be stored in plastic. The solution is an oxidizer meaning it will degrade materials that can oxidize, plastic is not one of them.

We do not recommend using a solution for human consumption. You can use a gravity filter to get safe water in an emergency (you can put it through any freshwater). Dirty water will leave marks and discoloration on filters, but it will be microbiologically safe.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 14 Oct 2021, 05:49

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