NEWS: Centrego at The Cleaning Show in London
The Cleaning Show is the UK's largest trade event focused on Cleaning & Hygiene. Taking place on 19-21 March 2019 at ExCeL London, the show provides a perfect opportunity for attendees to spend a highly rewarding day out of the office to source, network and discover new opportunities for their businesses.
Centrego will be exhibiting their latest developments at The Cleaning Show.
Join us at our stand at Green Zone GZ07.
Who We Are
With our worldwide network of partners, we develop and market ECA devices to meet an expanding range of biocidal disinfection and cleaning demands across multiple applications and environments.
As well as producing standard products for general domestic and commercial use, Centrego also undertakes bespoke Research and Development projects to design, prototype and manufacture systems for corporates and OEMs for incorporation into their own products, or as stand-alone products for own-label marketing.
What We Do
Our technology uses specially designed and engineered ECA cells to synthesise ultra low cost, environmentally sensitive disinfectants and cleaning solutions on-site from naturally available and sustainable resources of simply water and salt. The solutions produced are highly effective against bacteria, viruses, spores, fungi and moulds, and will also destroy biofilms – the environments that pathogens establish to thrive and multiple. The solutions are also effective cleaning agents leaving surfaces residue-free as well as hygienic.
ECA technology products are helping companies to become greener with reduced dependency on toxic chemicals, more environmentally sustainable, and meet their corporate carbon footprint reduction targets, while at the same time significantly cutting costs.
What Our Systems Are Used For
Our products are used across many sectors from general cleaning and disinfection in domestic and commercial buildings to industrial process water treatment in food processing, brewing, and horticulture. Our systems are also developed for use in disinfecting water supplies to clinics and hospitals, to generate emergency in-the-field high-grade disinfectant as part of disaster response programs, and to treat drinking water supplies in remote areas with no established infrastructure.
The applications for ECA technology are rapidly expanding as corporates and organisations recognise the benefits to the environment and their own margins from using ecologically safe, high performance biocides and cleaning solutions to replace toxic chemical burdens and costs.