News : Electrolyzed Water Revolutionizes Housekeeping and Food Service

Feb 20, 2013

From the Portsmouth Patch

By Heikki Perry

LYNNFIELD, Mass. — A former journalist and a former computer security executive turned entrepreneurs have transformed an interest in science and the environment into selling cutting-edge cleaning and sanitizing products that work better, cost less and are safer than their chemical counterparts, helping Mother Earth in the bargain.

Patrick Lucci and Gerard Kiley, managing partners of Massachusetts-based Lynnfield Green Technologies, sell the Toucan - ECO, an “electrolyzer” that produces a harmless yet effective cleaning and sanitizing solution created from table salt, tap water and a small charge of electricity. The tabletop device takes four minutes to activate 1.5 liters of a cleaning and sanitizing solution that is electrolyzed water.

Lynnfield also sells the Toucan Mini, which does the same thing in the same way as the Toucan - ECO, only it makes a smaller quantity of electrolyzed water, and Lynnfield sells industrial-size sanitizers to hotels, restaurants and large institutions.

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