OxyG Drain works great for:

- Removes bad odor in and around Gray water system.

- Reduces fat and sludge

- Prevents grease buildup in pipelines

For best results, dose OxyG Drain at evening/ night when water flow is reduced to a minimum. Apply directly to sink drains, floor drains.

Gray water systems are a smaller grease separator / sludge separator with similar problems as grease separators with grease escape and odor.

A common problem is grease escape, meaning that the grease does not stay in the separator for which the separator is designed. This is not really a design error but depends on how you mix different fats when cooking together with the fact that the advice for the size of separators is usually too small. When fat and grease escapes, this means that it takes longer than expected for the fat to separate in the water. That is for the grease to float up and stay in the separator. This means that some of the grease flows through the separator and ends up in the subsequent sewage system and creates problems in, among other things, pump wells, infiltrations, pipes, mini treatment plants and more.

Improper decomposition process produces hydrogen sulphide (H2S) which creates an odor in and around the separator. The gas is aggressive towards materials and harmful to humans at certain concentrations.

With OxyG´'s bacteria in the separator, sludge and grease will be greatly reduced.

In the case of sludge or grease escape, this means that the size of the sludge separator / grease separator is usually too small, even if the size of the sludge separator follows the recommendations. The wastewater you produce needs more time to separate sludge and grease in the sludge separator.

There are really only two ways to solve the problem.

- Install a larger sludge separator (especially relevant when a new sludge separator / grease separator is built)

- Increase the rate of decomposition in the sludge trap / grease trap of the organic material with the help of bacteria, which will provide a cleaner wastewater out of the sludge trap

Dosage for a Gray water system: One to two measures a month. Dosing is done via sink, sink, shower.

Closed Blackwater sewage tank can be dosed with 5 measures / emptying

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