PathoSans ElectroChemical Activation Technology

PathoSans on-site systems use state-of-the-art electrochemical activation technology to generate environmentally responsible cleaning and sanitizing solutions right in your facility. Using the highly dependable laws of physics, the technology converts softened tap water and salt into two types of electrochemically-activated (ECA) solutions, PathoClean® and PathoCide®. These two solutions are produced automatically and can replace most of the chemical cleaners currently used in your facility.


PathoClean is a cleaner and degreaser that removes biofilm and prepares the surface for disinfection.



PathoCide is a sanitizer and disinfectant with the power to kill 99.999% of bacteria in seconds.


Defining ECA and OSG

Electrochemically-activated solutions (ECA) and on-site generation (OSG) have the power to change commercial cleaning forever.



“The product is non-toxic to humans. It is made without carcinogens of any kind. The product has been tested to product performance requirements. So when you see the Green Seal on the packaging, not only are you getting a product that you know has been formulated according to the Green Seal requirements, you are also getting a product that works.”

Mark Stanland, Vice President of Client Services, Green Seal

“With PathoSans, we have reduced our need to train our staff on which chemicals can be combined and which chemicals can be used where. Plus, we don’t have as many truck deliveries as we did before. We use only these two products in cleaning our facility at this time.”

Mike Fitzgerald, General Manager, MIT Endicott House

“In my 20 years of facilities operations, the PathoSans system is the best cleaning solution I have ever used. PathoSans is environmentally responsible, less expensive than purchasing bottles, drums or chemical mixing stations and very user friendly. The staff loves it and the building is by far the cleanest I’ve worked in.”

Sean Langer, Director of Operations, KFC Yum Center
“Knowing it was not going to harm our housekeepers using the products day-in and day-out was vital.”
Luz Alfaro, Director of Housekeeping, The Marker Hotel San Francisco