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GAMAZYME DIGESTOR 25 LTR

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Product group:
656
Product number:
628026

Unitor™ Gamazyme™ Digestor is a patented formulation containing a synergetic blend of highly specialised bacteria. The mix of micro-organisms in this product increases organic degradation performance.

Product information

Utilising active enzymes to eat through biological and organic waste products, Unitor™ Gamazyme™ Digestor is a safe and non-corrosive product used to restore flow in drains where grease accumulation is a problem. Unitor™ Gamazyme™ Digestor's biochemical formulation is designed to provide exceptional performance in clogged drain lines, grease traps and floor drains. It restores slow running drains and reduces odours due to organic build-up.

Features

  • Water based biological drain cleaner for slow running drains
  • Patented, environmentally friendly bioenzymatic formulation designed to restore flow in drain systems containing greasy deposits
  • Results in increased bacterial activity in a variety of organic wastes
  • Environmentally adapted

Benefits

  • Free of harsh chemical compounds normally associated with acid and caustic drain openers
  • Provides penetration, breakdown and degradation of organic drain line deposits and blockages
  • Ideal for applications subject to aerobic and anaerobic environments

Specification

Physical properties

Appearance Green
Density [g/ml] 1,0
Form Liquid
Smell Herbal/Lemon

Technical data

Temperature [°C] 10 - 60 active range

Directions for use

1. Drain Cleaner
Use 500ml of Unitor™ Gamazyme™ Digestor per 5cm drain diameter to restore flow in drains and to keep them free flowing. Repeat the operation if necessary.
Use regularly, once a day or several times a week to maintain drains free of grease.

2. Cleaning of Pulpers
Flush the whole system at the end of the day including pulpers, pipes, etc. with warm water (maximum 60°C) and Unitor™ Gamazyme™ Digestor.

Dose the product neat in the economiser tank by using a dosing pump. Use a dosage rate of approximately 2 litre per m3 water.