· Penetrating Pleasant Aroma Effectively Masks Any Odors That Are Present
· Reduces Grease Buildup
· High Solvent Action Reduces Clogging – Helps Keep Sewage Systems Clean and Free-Flowing
· Dilutes with 4 to 100 Parts Water Depending on Severity of Odor or Grease
· Improves Working Conditions – Eliminates public Complaints
Areas of Use: Sewage Disposal plants ·Waste Areas ·Refuse Cans and Trucks ·Manure Piles ·Solvent For the Removal of Grease, Oil, Detergents, Tar & Sludge ·Sludge Beds ·Drains and Grease Traps ·Warehouses Under Dock Plates ·Automotive Hoists
Land Fill Areas: Dilute 4 parts RXSOL-10-1729 with 100 parts water for treating land fill areas. Apply by spray at the rate of 50 gallons to each 1,000 square feet to adequately cover obnoxious odors.
Refuse Trucks and Containers: Use as is and spray on containers or trucks to remove heavy grease & fatty deposits. Pleasant fragrance masks odors while cleans and degreases.
Grease Traps and Sumps:For controlling sour odors from grease traps and sumps pour directly in grease trap and let the emulsifying action dissolve the grease and sludge and control odors. Use 1 pint RXSOL-10-1729 per grease trap every 2 weeks for preventive maintenance.
Other Purposes: Mix 1 part RXSOL-10-1729 with 4 to 25 parts for Spray application, depending on the severity of odors and grease to be controlled.
Sewage Treatment Plants·Removal of Grease and Fatty Deposits: Dilute 1 to 25 parts M.O.C. per million gallons of sewage flow and drip at the sewage plant out fall, or incoming water flow. Use in lift stations, trickling filters, etc. using spray method of application, spray full strength on grease foam or blankets on aeration tanks, digesters, lift stations or where a gross buildup of grease or fatty deposits is evident. Using drip method of application, use full strength or dilute 1 part M.O.C. with 25 parts water at a rate of 4 to 20 parts M.O.C. per million parts of water or sewage flow. This will effectively mask existing odors and reduce buildup of grease, and other materials in which bacteria can reproduce and create bad odors.
Note: This article uses material from the http://rxmarine.com/