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Our products (equipment) and solutions (Hydrolyte® and Catholyte Free®) are designed to take an environmentally conscious approach to combat the spread of infectious disease in the healthcare and Cleaning/Sanitation industries, as well as contributing to the sustainability of global natural resources in the agriculture markets.

Our technology produces an effective pre-determined PPM Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) solution that is created through an electrolytic process called Electro-Chemical Activation (ECA). It occurs by temporarily changing the makeup of water, bypassing weak salt brine through an electrolytic cell, and temporarily changing the properties of the salt water into a powerful oxidizing agent, exhibiting highly effective antimicrobial properties.

Shifting the global paradigm of what’s clean through sustainable solutions.

 Infectious Disease and Contamination Control

The Problem:

Preventing Microbial Infections

Many billions of dollars a year are spent by individuals, organizations, and the health care system to treat people who get infectious diseases caused by microbes including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. With the advent of adaptive and ever more dangerous microorganisms called “superbugs”, the danger of acquiring life-threatening infections is real and growing. This danger affects everyone anytime they are in space where people gather, any microbe contaminating that space is a possible source of infection. With American’s spending 20 or more hours a day indoors, much of it in spaces that are not cleaned and sanitized/ disinfected properly, the threat of infection is constant, growing, and dangerous, particularly to our vulnerable populations of the very young, elderly and infirm. 

Infectious diseases were associated with an economic burden of over $120 billion in the U.S. in 2014. Antibiotic-resistant infections cost Americans $20 billion in direct medical costs and $35 billion in lost productivity in 2014. A particularly acute problem is Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) which are increasingly hard to kill or treat effectively. As a result, doctors struggle to contain, fight and cure increasingly antibiotic-resistant infections such as MRSA, and C. Diff. The more antibiotics, medicines, pesticides and disinfectants are used to kill them, the quicker the microorganisms adapt, becoming ever stronger and more drug-resistant. Researchers estimate that, if the U.S. could reduce the number of hospital-acquired infections by 20%, healthcare providers would save nearly $7 billion per year. Insurance companies are beginning to deny coverage for treatment of HAIs, forcing hospitals to self-insure. This will create an immense financial and risk-management burden on hospitals, long-term medical, rehabilitation, and assisted living facilities.


The Solution:

Overcoming the problem of microbial contamination and infectious disease can be straightforward. It requires proper products, equipment, protocols, education, and training for comprehensive and reliable cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting solutions.PCT Corp. offers these with its comprehensive “Green Cleaning” and Infection Control Systems. Infectious microbes cannot develop resistance to the cleaning and sanitizing products PCT Corp. uses and they are much less toxic to humans or pets than traditional agents such as bleach and ammonia.

The products are used through a commercially-ready, patented, integrated product and technology solution for total facility cleaning and sanitizing. This system and solution, The PCT Annihilyzer® Infection Control System, was specifically designed for use in hospitals, assisted living and nursing homes, and other large facilities. In various configurations, the solution system can be deployed in urgent care centers, medical, dental, and veterinary practices, and other health care facilities. A complete and custom turn-key cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfection program solution can be provided to each facility. It is also adaptable to deployment in schools, prisons, hotels, and many other facilities.

PCT has launched a major marketing and sales effort in the hospital facilities market and The PCT Annihilyzer® System has now been deployed in several hospitals in the eastern U.S.



Ticker Symbol:PCTL

4235 Commerce Street. Little River, SC 29566

Phone: 843-390-7900 Fax: 843-390-2327


***Last Reported Share Structure***
As of 12/30/21
Authorized: 1,000,000,000
Outstanding Shares: 790,924,690
Float: 525,421,556

OTC Markets Status: Pink Current Info 1/1/2022

OTC Markets Financials: Current as of 1/1/2022



Latest PCTL News for Shareholders and New Investors




PCT Acquires New Technology for Hypochlorous Acid


PCT LTD and Nano Gas Technologies Announce New Patent-Pending Technology Set to Change the Oil and Gas Industry


PCT LTD Closes a $2,250,000 Equity Financing


PCT Announces Development of Larger Proprietary System & New Generator


PCT Announces Fourteen Day Grassy Creek Test Results






Tanker Truck

Nano-Catholyte treated oil on its way to an oil refinery


New generation 2 Annihilyzer
Generation 2 Annihilyzer Disinfection system

Spray Carts
Spray Carts

250 Gallon Totes of Hydrolyte PCTL's Disinfection Fluid

Hydrolyte PCTL's EPA Approved Disinfection Fluid

Crystal HOCL

PCTL's New Product Line Crystalized HOCL (red dye to show the crystals)

PCTL's Annihilyzer Explained

Annihilyzer Video At Work



Product Quality Control

PCTL's EPA Registered Hydrolyte Kills 99.999% Of Pathogens And Is  Environmentally Friendly 


Contact Information

Investor Relations Contact:
Mike Lorlano
Tel: (760) 621-0062



Hospital-acquired infections (HAI) — also known as a nosocomial infection — is an infection that is contracted from the environment or staff of a healthcare facility. It can be spread in the hospital environment, nursing home environment, rehabilitation facility, clinic, or other clinical settings. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated roughly 1.7 million hospital-associated infections, from all types of microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi combined, cause or contribute to 99,000 deaths each year.

Our goal is to provide solutions to this issue, by outfitting a healthcare setting with the technology and guidance needed to effectively get the job done - all through a dedicated partnership to prevent and eradicate the spread of infectious disease.

Oil and Gas:

Waste Water Treatment
Our system helps to decontaminate “frac” water for reuse in the fracking process, saving the industry millions of dollars and preserving the world’s water supply. Some of the many benefits of our system/process include: Elimination of highly toxic chemicals currently used for decontamination, reduced negative environmental impact, reduced recovery costs and potentially opening new areas for oil and gas retrieval.

Turning “Sour” Crude Oil to “Sweet”
In other areas in the gas and oil industry that presents a challenge is in treating existing wells for the presence of H2S of hydrogen sulfide. H2S is a large and growing problem in the industry, due to its continued introduction of bacteria in the fracking process. H2S causes increased production costs. Our solutions reduce those costs and reduce the environmental impact.


In the agriculture world, through USDA grants and multiple studies by universities around the world, Hypochlorous acid solutions have been tested and proven effective against yield-reducing crop pathogens in post-harvest applications to include sanitizing at point of harvest, point of packing and points of sale.

We are hoping to help stop these crop-devastating pathogens with our hypochlorous solutions that are known to be environmentally responsible and designed to improve and maintain crop yields, to produce a healthier overall harvest.

School Systems:

Dedicated to the success of students, schools are faced with a multitude of challenges to reach their goal of providing a solid education and an environment for healthy growth. To add to the list of responsibilities of school administrators, the battle of keeping absenteeism down, preventing the spread of infectious disease and keeping a clean environment bears a heavy load. Not only are the traditional cleaning products losing their effectiveness - thus allowing drug/antimicrobial resistant pathogens to wreak havoc - they are also polluting the indoor air with volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are known to cause respiratory-related issues, headaches and other ailments.

By providing daycare facilities, school systems and universities with a better alternative to poisonous, caustic chemical cleaning/antimicrobial agents, we’re providing a more productive environment. Not only are you killing germs with a product that eradicates them completely - keeping them from becoming resistant - you’re doing so with a product that doesn’t cause harm to the user, students or faculty.


Hotel and Tourism:

Similar to the healthcare environment, the hotel and tourism industry (i.e resorts, airports, cruise ships, etc.) are subject to communicable diseases. In the healthcare market, they are referred to as Hospital-Acquired Infections/Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) and in the hotel and tourism industry, they are known as Community-Acquired Infections. With as many different people traveling through these areas, from all sorts of countries and carrying various types of ailments or pathogens with them, consider the potential for an uncontrollable spread of these germs.

Outbreaks are typically caused by lack of proper processes and/or a failing product. Our ECA technology is designed to help anyone in the industry to get a grip on the issue and succeed at their main goal: providing an awesome experience for their guests.

Food Service/Production:

Our sanitizer strength solution meets the requirement of the FDA and USDA, to be a non-rinse sanitizing agent. In the world of dealing with food, why not use a product that actually kills food-borne pathogens - without containing any toxic chemicals that would harm the quality of the product?

Whether you’re dealing with meat, poultry or just need to maintain a facility’s defense against Salmonella/E. coli, contact us about using our solutions


  •  The Solution: ECA Technology

Germ Killing Power:

Forget harsh, toxic chemicals. Our process only requires salt, water and electricity to produce two products –a chlorine-based antimicrobial agent and an excellent degreasing cleaner.

Our technology produces an effective variable PPM hypochlorous acid solution that is created through an electrolytic process called Electro-Chemical Activation (ECA). It occurs by temporarily modifying the properties of water, by passing weak salt brine through an electrolytic cell and temporarily changing the properties of the salt water into a powerful oxidizing agent exhibiting highly effective antimicrobial properties.

An Excellent Cleaner:

Catholyte or sodium hydroxide, is an aqueous solution that is the natural byproduct of the electrolysis process, and is used to reduce microbe contamination and soil loads that can harbor germs on hard surfaces.

Catholyte is also a very effective degreaser and is a great option to safely clean floors without hazardous fumes, thus improving indoor air quality.







* EPA Approved List B: Tuberculocide Products Effective Against Mycobacterium tuberculosis
* EPA Approved List C: Antimicrobial Products Effective Against Human HIV-1 Virus
* EPA Approved List F: Antimicrobial Products Effective Against Hepatitis C
* EPA Approved List G: Antimicrobial Products Effective Against Norovirus
* EPA Approved List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
* Green Seal Certified Equipment


12/13/2021 Oil Results From Grassy Creek Field Trials

December 13, 2021 – LITTLE RIVER, SC – (BUSINESS WIRE) – PCT LTD (PCTL OTC Pink) After months of lab and then infield testing and characterizing results from systematic modifications and combinations of fluids, temperatures, and concentration levels, (parts per million) a stimulation procedure and protocol were established, and four wells were selected for a 14-day test. First, a baseline of production was established by pumping the unstimulated wells for 7-days yielding a non-economically viable average production of 1% oil. For the next 14-days, the wells were stimulated by injecting our protocol of fluids. Day one of the test the oil cut was 1% oil, 99% water. We then began our stimulation protocols and the wells were pumped into a 100-barrel test tank. During the fourteen days the daily cuts were recorded and ranged from 6% oil to 22% oil with an average oil cut of 14.5%, an increase of 1440%. To put these results into perspective: A) 1% oil cut would equal one barrel oil, ninety-nine barrels water with a value of $60/barrel after gravity reduction. B) With an average oil cut of 14.5%, the wells produced 14.4 barrels of oil and 85.6 barrels of water per 100 barrels of production. At $60/barrel, this equates to $864.00. This result is economically viable. In early January 2022, we will be conducting a new 14-day test using PCT’s newly developed Catholyte generator. This generator produces our proprietary catholyte at an increase of 300% in parts per million (ppm) and a 500% increase in volume of catholyte produced. We anticipate an increase in oil cut and expect to see much greater results than we had in the December 6, 2021, testing.

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New tweet; PCTL's CFO Art Abraham's podcast rdw1954 08/17/2022 04:02:18 PM
Hospitals across the country are bracing for another Egold 08/01/2022 05:06:26 PM
Oh, I thought you knew how to access jobynimble 07/15/2022 11:47:57 PM
Beware the information PCT provides the investment community namtae 05/13/2022 04:36:50 PM
“Catalyst” Koolaide Stand Revenue jimr1717 08/19/2022 07:07:07 AM
great stuff, articles like this highlighting the need PennyStockTrader2 08/18/2022 04:01:47 PM
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$PCTL PR 8-18>Paradigm Convergence Technologies Corporation says that beer$$money 08/18/2022 02:12:30 PM
Is it possible the CFO wont deliver another namtae 08/18/2022 01:55:29 PM
That lemonade stand may have had a more Bobbakista 08/18/2022 01:36:11 PM
Wonder who G.G. Is going to hit up niczar 08/18/2022 12:59:53 PM
WOW PCTL down 10% already!! namtae 08/18/2022 10:00:04 AM
VERY HEAVY VOLUME today! November61 08/18/2022 09:53:51 AM
Art has no plan. He’s as lost as niczar 08/18/2022 07:58:35 AM
PCTL’S Disinfectant is Magic! You Soak hundred dollar jimr1717 08/18/2022 07:33:21 AM
I AGREE, THEY WERE BEGGING,ALSO THE "OLD HAG" cuggegrosse 08/18/2022 06:43:00 AM
"multi million dollar company".....I'm buying$$$$$ thanx Yukon 08/17/2022 08:51:15 PM
I’m not sorry be being critical and demeaning. dade 08/17/2022 08:38:56 PM
Probably TENS OF Thousands of dollars on that dade 08/17/2022 08:33:16 PM
$PCTL Yes I do it was the March beer$$money 08/17/2022 08:08:05 PM
Remember when cheapies were 5-6 cents? namtae 08/17/2022 06:38:40 PM
My bad. Missed $300K. For some reason $800K niczar 08/17/2022 04:25:05 PM
#193143 Buckdodgers 08/17/2022 03:59:38 PM
PCT will need more than $4.1m revs in namtae 08/17/2022 03:23:22 PM
How can the CFO explain the even more namtae 08/17/2022 03:20:04 PM
Art needs time to come up with a niczar 08/17/2022 03:03:11 PM
Thanks, I hope he gets better, perhaps I CanItBThisEZ2Make 08/17/2022 02:56:12 PM
One thing that all can count on is niczar 08/17/2022 02:55:21 PM
There is no interest in this Ponzi scam jimr1717 08/17/2022 02:15:05 PM
@PCTL_ stop lying and cheating from people and dade 08/17/2022 02:07:35 PM
No trades since 10:30. No podcast is going ptrigger 08/17/2022 02:02:22 PM
very dissapointed with the price action, friggin 7/10 PennyStockTrader2 08/17/2022 12:44:39 PM
I believe the sixty day paid testing has Long term 08/17/2022 12:35:03 PM
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New tweet; PCTL's CFO Art Abraham's podcast rdw1954 08/17/2022 12:02:18 PM
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Volume is scant for that...IMO Godough 08/17/2022 10:57:56 AM
And if that's all it takes to go CanItBThisEZ2Make 08/17/2022 10:49:31 AM
Namtae, Godough 08/17/2022 10:42:16 AM
Maybe PCTL is in the midst of a namtae 08/17/2022 10:41:16 AM
Agreed! UP ~14.5 % Godough 08/17/2022 10:39:43 AM
Look at PCTL go.. already up $0.001 LMAO namtae 08/17/2022 10:35:17 AM
Back up 14% Already, Let's go all the CanItBThisEZ2Make 08/17/2022 10:33:45 AM
Heavy volume this morning and now up 14%. longtrailer 08/17/2022 10:30:59 AM
According to the Q2 filing, Four wholly owned namtae 08/17/2022 09:10:15 AM
Gary @PCTL_ has been spinning off and forming dade 08/17/2022 09:01:22 AM
Thanks, a Good Honest Post. I bought from CanItBThisEZ2Make 08/17/2022 08:54:47 AM
Your post content is horseshit. niczar 08/17/2022 05:55:28 AM
PCTL has a plan,the rumor is they will cuggegrosse 08/17/2022 12:14:41 AM
I dunno, I have been here for awhile Bobbakista 08/16/2022 09:10:24 PM
That's what's keeping this thing going. They can't niczar 08/16/2022 08:41:30 PM
Sir/Madam. I think it's a little late to niczar 08/16/2022 08:37:31 PM
Maybe the CFO will talk about the loans niczar 08/16/2022 08:34:17 PM
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