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Features & Advantages
- WS-99 is an effective water steriliser.
- Effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria, yeast moulds and viruses.
- It is non-corrosive, non-caustic and non-toxic.
- WS-99 breaks down micro-organisms which produce bio-film, algae and slime within water tanks.
- Safe for use on all surfaces including sealed, painted and un-painted metals, plastic, rubber and synthetic materials.
How to Use:
500ml WS-99 treats up to 180 litres of water.
1 litre WS-99 treats up to 360 litres of water.
5 litres WS-99 treats up to 1800 litres of water (1 Fire Appliance).
Add WS-99 directly into water inlet tank or water tank. Top up with water to fill level as required.
If bad odours present or water is suspect leave solution in the tank for 3 hours and purge system.
For fire appliances, treated water can be used if necessary rather than purging.
Repeat dose of WS-99 into a clean tank and refill with water. If the tank is clean this solution can be left in situ. No need to drain appliance.
For continued protection Re-treat appliance or water tanks every 3 months or sooner in extreme heat conditions.
Water pulled from the mains is generally clean however, once it is held in storage tanks bacteria and micro-organisms in the water thrive, contaminating the water and causing bio-film within the tank.
If water is pulled from sources such as ponds or water tanks, the water quality will already be compromised with harmful bacteria and other micro-organisms already present.
WS-99 breaks down micro-organisms which produce bio-film and algae slime within water tanks. By regular treatment using WS-99, tanks are kept free of bio-film and water is kept clean and fresh.
WS-99 is effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria, yeast moulds and viruses including Legionellosis (Legionella pheumophilia) E. Coli, Hepatitis A, Norwark Virus, Staphylococcus sp, Proteus Vulgaris, Escherichia sp, Lactobacillus sp, Pseudomonas sp, Corynebacterium diphtherias,Streptococcus pneumonia, Salmonella typhosa, Serratia marcescens, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Spiroplasma sp, Clostridium sp, Trichophyton gypseum, Coccidioides immitis, Histoplasmacapsulatum, Penicillium tardum, Poliovirus type1, Coxsackie B-1, Vaccinia, Cryptosporidium, Shigella, Giardia, Amebiasis.