Eco-Salt Electrolysis

This electrolysis system, unlike much of the proposals on the market, is the only one able to meet the statutory waste water limits of Legislative Decree 152\06. The limit for discharging chlorides into surface waters or sewers is established at 1.2 g/l. All the traditional electrolyses require much higher values of chlorides (usually 4 or 5 g/l).
When using Ecosalt it is possible to set the Low-Salt function.

The advantages are:

  •  Compliance with regulations.
  •  Production at low or high salinity.
  •  Less corrosion of all equipment.
  • Better sensation on the skin due to the use of Himalayan salts

With this system, most of the plants and lawn can be irrigated (first verify the characteristics of the plant to be irrigated).

How Electrolysis works:

Salt electrolysis is a method that produces “on-site” chlorine, i.e. without needing to transport or, introduce, any chlorine into the water in the form of compounds which contain other substances that are often harmful. The chlorine is produced by the salt.
The “salt” is, in chemical terms, nothing more than sodium chloride: NaCl. A compound composed of molecules each formed by one chlorine atom and one sodium atom. This disinfects the water.
The difference compared to traditional methods is remarkable, because there is no longer need for storage and transport of chemicals, with all the problems related to safety. Moreover, we do not put any other chlorine-based compounds in the water.



The Himalayan Salt has the property of transmitting energy which is then assimilated by the human body.
The hydrosaline environment has many benefits because it:

  •  Balances acids and alkalis.
  •  Regulates blood pressure.
  •  Improves skin problems.
  •  Mitigates and prevents respiratory problems.
  •  Cleans and eliminates toxins from the intestines.

It is well known that the human body works by electrical stimuli transmitted through the water contained in our fibres and nerves.
Water conductivity is made possible due to a certain percentage of dissolved mineral salt.In fact salt is the mineral element that allows water to carry out electrical conductivity (distilled water has no conductivity!). Traditional salts are almost always polluted, in fact whole sea salt retains many traces of pollutants. You should use sea water taken from uncontaminated areas.