chlorking hypogen 5.0

ChlorKing HYPOGEN 5.0

Regular price $26,000.00

The ChlorKing HYPOGEN is a stand alone, on-site generator optimized to produce hypochlorous acid with neutral pH, using ChlorKing technology.

The system converts salt, water, weak acid and electricity into an effective, safe and powerful solution that can substitute for a number of conventional chemicals used on a daily basis.

Product Name

Liters per hour produced

Hypogen 2.0

 22 liters

Hypogen 5.0

 55 liters

Hypogen 25

 220 liters

Download the HYPOGEN 5.0 spec sheet here. 

Download the HYPOGEN 5.0 installation guide here

HYPOGEN Digital Brochure

 Why Generate On-site?

When supply chains are stretched thin, having the ability to produce your own sanitizer and disinfectant at your facility means you no longer have to rely on third party suppliers. Raw materials for the production of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) are easy to find and readily available from your local hardware stores. 

Operational Details
The ChlorKing HYPOGEN system produces HOCl at 1,000ppm FAC with a pH range of 5.5 – 6.5, producing over 95% HOCl consistently. The system utilizes ChlorKing saturated salt feeders and level switches to automate the production process. As you use solution, the system automatically turns on and fills the holding tank. Maintaining salt in the salt feeder, and weak acid in the acid feeder is all that is required by the operator. The HYPOGEN system utilizes reverse polarity cells, so no cleaning of the cells is necessary. 

Cost To Produce
ChlorKing HYPOGEN systems require very little raw materials to produce hypochlorous acid, and can produce a gallon of the solution for less than 3 cents. Compare that with the cost of sanitizing and disinfecting solutions purchased each month for your facility. 

Single Stream Technology
The ChlorKing HYPOGEN uses single stream technology to produce hypochlorous acid as opposed to most hypochlorous acid generators available on the market. Most other electrolyzed water systems use a membrane separating the cathode from the anode, which produces anolyte (HOCl) and catholyte (Sodium hydroxide). This technology is very unreliable and requires frequent maintenance. It also requires the sodium hydroxide run to waste as it is a by-product of the HOCl production.