Toxicological Test - Anolyte

Toxicological analyses

Toxicological tests were carried out by a chemical institute. These tests and analyses have proven that performance and toxicity do not always have to be synonymous.

Anolyte does not achieve its performance at the expense of great toxicity, as is common with many other products on the market.


Toxicology of Anolyte

Toxicological tests over 24 hours have been carried out in accordance with the Finnish standard SFS 5062. Here are the results:

Dilution EC 50 % (limit) EC 50  % for Anolyte
1:50 13 (11-16 0.26-0.28
1:200 56 (52-59  
1:500 Non-toxic  

These tests prove that there is no toxicological effect when Anolyte is diluted to more than 1:500 in water.

Chronic Toxicology of Anolyte

According to the Finnish standard norms, the Daphnia Magna test protocol was used over a period of 21 days to evaluate the chronic toxicity of Anolyte.

The tests clearly proved that no negative chronic effect was detected in Anolyte. There are no significant differences between the mortality rate and the different samples in the control test.


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