Directions for Use
To make a stock solution add 5 oz of 5000 to One gallon of water and inject using a medicator into your drinking water system at 1:128. Using a parastolic pump to inject a minimum of 1 ppm to maximum of 5 ppm. Dilution requirements will be determined by water quality. Testing the amount of Free Available Chlorine (FAC) at the end of your drinking water supply system will insure proper dosing levels. Recommend constant level of .5 ppm. (typically 1 gallon of product will treat 5000 gallons of water).
Clean surfaces by wiping or spraying on surface. Add 6.4 oz of 5000 /gal of water.
Maximum dosage of 10% / 12.8 oz per gallon of water.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight and heat. DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE because product may lose its potency. After use, seal or close dispenser.
No special disposal requirements. 5000 is biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
5000 is safe to use in ALL water systems including drinking water.
NSF/ANSI 60 Certification.
5000 is formulated for use in (municipal) drinking water systems. 5000 is not a pesticide. However, when used in conjunction with a pesticidal disinfectant, 5000 simultaneously restores chlorine residuals and reduces disinfection by-products by removing the organic and inorganic deposits that react with chlorine and choramines.
5000 is non-hazardous, liquid formulation that works in conjunction with or without a corrosion or scale inhibitor. 5000 maintains its performance integrity within a wide range of water conditions without changing water corrosivity. By controlling the dosing rate, inanimate scum can be removed slowly without having adverse effect on water quality and taste.
Water treatment with 5000 improves overall water quality. These results extend system and equipment lifer and improve overall system performance.
Ingredients: Purified Water (H2O) (97.00%), Sodium Chloride (NACL) (2.50%), Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCL) (0.50%).
Request a 5000 SDS for more specific information.
MADE IN THE USA
Eye contact: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.