|Product Technical Bulletin|
ALKEN CLEAR-FLO® 7007 was completely reformulated in August of 2002, to deliver imroved upset recovery and wastewater management in municipal wastewater treatment plants, particularly those receiving a variety of industrial loadings. This high-powered formula rapidly builds a solid biomass during plant hydraulic wash-outs and during seasonal hydraulic peak loadings, thereby minimizing plant upsets. The microorganisms in ALKEN CLEAR-FLO® 7007 have the ability to degrade both easily-digested septage and challenging industrial compounds, such as detergents, paper, oil, grease, and petroleum hydrocarbons, while controlling odors arising from chemical reduction of sulfur compounds by anaerobic sulfur-reducing species.
Suggested Applications: Seasonal and new plant startup, animal lagoon odor control (alternate to CF 7000 when higher levels of toxic chemicals are present), and small packaged systems.
|Bacterial count:||5 billion CFU/gram (2.27 trillion CFU/lb)|
|Appearance:||Free flowing, brown powder|
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
For Municipal waste treatment and small packaged plants, see
Although product may be applied dry, either loose or in soluble packets, for optimum bacterial performance, we recommend that you hydrate ALKEN CLEAR-FLO® 7007 before application. Thoroughly mix each pound of dry product with two gallons of warm (approx.70 F) water without chlorine. Allow the mixture to hydrate for two hours, stirring vigorously every half hour. After final settling, carefully pour off the top liquid layer for use, squeeze all liquid from the bran that has settled into the liquid and either dispose of the remaining bran, or toss into the system. Avoid use of algaecides, herbicides, and antibiotics when using ALKEN CLEAR-FLO®.
PACKAGING AND HANDLING:
ALKEN CLEAR-FLO® 7007 is packaged in 25-, 50-, and 500-pound containers. Soluble packets are available for an extra charge. Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, or open wounds and wash hands with warm, soapy water after handling.