KG: 4 KG
Unitor™ Gamazyme™ DPC is formulated to degrade excess residual organic waste products causing blockage, or slow draining in sinks, showers, scuppers, drains, etc. The specialised bacterial strains and enzymes in Unitor™ Gamazyme™ DPC will digest grease, fats, starch and other organic compounds.
The bacteria in Unitor™ Gamazyme™ DPC will colonise the waste soil, which lines the pipe work system, and degrade the waste all the way down to carbon dioxide and water, until the system is clean. On draining to the holding tank or sewage treatment plant, Unitor™ Gamazyme™ DPC will greatly enhance the biological activity breaking down solids and removing obnoxious odours which can vent back through the systems.
- Powder biological formulation for easy use
- Overcomes potential safety problems associated with the use of toxic cleaning chemicals
- Clears pipes and systems blocked by organic waste residuals
- Eliminates obnoxious odours from soiled pipe lines
- Cleans fouled pipes and systems, particularly long horizontal runs
- Keeps holding tank organic waste liquid pumpable and odour free
- Cost effective, saves the time, money and manpower of plumbing operations to clear blocked pipe work
|Form||Saw dust like powder in sealed solupacs|
Directions for use
Maintenance dosing will keep sinks, scuppers and waste food disposal units clean, clear and odour free. A liquid solution should be prepared by adding one solupac to 10 litres of hand hot (35°C) fresh water and left for 15 minutes (stirring periodically) for the bacteria to activate. Initial doses of 0.5 litres of this solution should be applied into sinks, scuppers, drains, waste food disposal units, etc. A maintenance dose once or twice a week can then be applied to keep the pipes in clean condition. Harsh toxic cleaners (acids, caustics, disinfectants) should not be used as these will kill off the bacterial action in the pipes. Before plumbing work for pipe modification or retrofits, pipes can be cleaned by isolating the system and filling pipes with the solution for up to 48 hours before draining. If necessary, further applications should be made until drains run clean.
Organic wastes can be kept liquid and pumpable. Tanks can be cleaned without manual entry and without the use of harsh toxic cleaning chemicals.
Prepare a solution of one solupac to ten litres of hand hot (35°C) fresh water and left for 15 minutes (stirring periodically) before dosing into the holding tank once or twice a week. The dose rates should be approximately one solupac per 1000 litre waste in the tank. Tank cleaning should be carried out using Unitor™ Gamazyme 700FN.
NOTE: Severely scaled systems should be acid cleaned.