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Purogene Use Instructions
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PUROGENE IN WATER STORAGE
for Maintaining Water Storage Systems
- Starting with a
system known to be clean, simply add 1 ounce of
per 30 gallons of tank capacity. Continue to use PUROGENE each time the
system is filled.
- If the
cleanliness of the system is unknown, follow the procedure for system
disinfection and then continue to use PUROGENE at the rate of 1 ounce
per 30 gallons water to maintain the system.
PROCEDURE FOR SYSTEM
For each 10 gallons of
tank capacity, place 1 ounce of
in a clean, plastic or glass container.
To the measured
add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and allow the mixture to stand in a shady
spot for about 5 minutes.
juice mixture to the tank or container and fill it with clean water.
Run water from
all outlets so as to completely fill all lines and fixtures with the
treated water. If necessary, refill the tank till full.
Let the system
stand for at least an hour and then drain the tank and lines. You DO NOT
need to flush the tank.
The system is
now disinfected and ready for use.
Continue to use
each time the tank is filled at a rate of 1 ounce
per 30 gallons water.
is a 2% solution of stabilized chlorine dioxide (contains no free chlorine).
Chlorine dioxide has been recognized safe for water treatment for more than
even in its concentrated form, is safe to handle.
does not impart a chlorine taste or odor to the water. Also,
will eliminate many off tastes that are present in water.
is a powerful oxidizer and will bleach fabrics and some surfaces if spilled
or splashed on them full strength
is an industrial concentrate. If taken internally, flush with water and
consult a physician
In the case of eye
or skin contact, flush the affected area thoroughly with water. If the area
becomes irritated, consult a physician.
Store in a cool,
ventilated area away from direct sunlight. In the case of a spill, flood the
area with water before discarding to drain.
Avoid the contact of
with strong acids and bleaches.
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