& Multi-Application Disinfectant
The Proven Water Treatment for
hot & cold water systems, tanks and pipework,
features, water softeners and other water systems
in domestic and commercial properties.
Kills bacteria including Legionella and E Coli. Also kills viruses, algae, fungi and fungal spores.
Breaks down to water and oxygen with no toxic by-products. No taste or odour.
|How to disinfect a water system with SafeSol3|
SafeSol 3 – How to do a Disinfection
SafeSol 3 is ideal for disinfecting the stored water system in all domestic dwellings, small nursing homes, sheltered housing and small commercial properties.
Disinfections should be carried out following periods of heavy use – after morning baths /showers. The protocol assumes normal water use in a building. The time to achieve complete water system disinfection will be shorter if water use is minimised during the time SafeSol 3 is left in the system. It is important that abnormal uses of water, like watering the garden, or washing the company Transit are avoided during the disinfection process.
Here is how to do it
1. Try to work out how much water there is in the system you are about to disinfect. You can generally get a reasonable idea by working out the volume of the cold water storage tank (sometimes this is printed on the tank label.) The volume can be calculated by multiplying the length x height x width of the tank. The tank volume should be multiplied x 1.3 to take into account the calorifier (if present) and any pipework. If there is no calorifier multiply by 1.1.
2. If you have a property with a standard 50 gallon (220 litre tank) and a calorifier the system volume is 286 litres.
3. Consult the table below to check the amount you should add to obtain 100 ppm hydrogen peroxide (approximately) in the system.
System Volume Volume of SafeSol3 to obtain 100ppm hydrogen peroxide Bottles you require to purchase
From the table you should add 1 bottle of
SafeSol 3 to your system to obtain around 100 ppm.
colour indicates that the Hydrogen Peroxide level is more than 100 ppm (dark blue on the test
strip), close the outlet and proceed to
draw the chemical through to the other outlets.