ENZYMATIC Xtra - Enzyme Drain Cleaner

ENZYMATIC Xtra - Enzyme Drain Cleaner

ENZYMATIC XTRA is high performance enzyme based drain cleaner, for controlling grease and fat build-up throughout the entire drainage system. Supplied in 20 litre cases. 20 litres is sufficient to maintain a grease trap, pipe-run or sump for up to 4 months.

    20 litres:
    £9.95 per litre
    40 litres:
    £9.45 per litre
    60+ litres:
    £8.95 per litre
    Litres

    £199.00 ex vat

    (£238.80 inc vat)

ENZYMATIC Xtra. Dose into Grease Traps, Pipework or Sumps.

 

Overview.

Dose ENZYMATIC Xtra regularly, to control grease and fat build-up throughout the entire drainage system. Can be dosed into grease traps, directly into drainage system pipework, or into sumps.

ENZYMATIC XTRA is a "multi-strain" product - it contains bacteria strains from multiple bacterial species. This means it can have far more variation between the strains of bacteria, and therefore will work efficiently enough to be used in such "high demand" environments such as pipe-work and sumps. ENZYMATIC Xtra is particularly resistant to the cold temperatures associated with dosing into external pipework.

ENZYMATIC XTRA forms a "biofilm" - the strains of bacteria have been specifically chosen so that a biofilm will be formed - the bacteria will adhere to each other on the drainage system surfaces - forming the biofilm. Over time the biofilm will strengthen, and spread throughout the drainage system - colonizing new surfaces. It is capable of producing a continuous and renewable source of enzymes, specific to the types of grease and fat that need to be broken down. The formation of the biofilm means ENZYMATIC Xtra will provide extremely efficient break down of grease, fat and oils - and is highly resistant to cleaning fluids and disinfectants.

 

Key Features.

• Digests all greases, fats and oils.

• Controls blockages and unpleasant odours.

• Contains no hazardous chemicals.

• Completely safe to use.

• Kind to the environment.

• 2 year shelf-life.

 

Method of Use. Dosing into Grease Traps.

Use neat. Dose directly into the grease trap by means of an automatic dosing pump.

INITIALLY: Dose 1 litre manually into the grease trap - by pouring into the relevant sink, or waste inlet that leads directly to the grease trap - and then flush with approximately 5 litres of warm water. Dose immediately after kitchen shut down if possible. FROM THEN ON: Dose at the rate of 1 ml per meal served, per day - via an automatic dosing pump. For an average size kitchen this would be a dosing rate of approximately 150 mls per day. Dosing pump should be plumbed into the pipework immediately prior to the entry point of the grease trap. Time dosing for 1 hour after kitchen shut down. If necessary dosage can then be adjusted until optimum performance has been achieved. Dosing pump can be either mains powered or battery powered.

 

Method of Use. Dosing into Pipework.

Use neat. Can be dosed manually, or by means of an automatic dosing pump.

MANUAL DOSING: Dose 1 litre per week into the drainage system - by pouring into the relevant sink, or waste pipe inlet - and then flush with approximately 5 litres of warm water. Dose immediately after kitchen shut down if possible.

DOSING PUMP: This method is normally used. INITIALLY: Dose 1 litre manually into the drainage system by following the instructions above. FROM THEN ON: Dose at the rate of 1 ml per meal served, per day - via an automatic dosing pump. For an average sized kitchen this would be approximately 150 mls per day. Dosing pumps can be plumbed into pipework leading from sink wastes, floor drains and food macerators etc - particularly pipe-runs that have a large quantity of food waste entering them. Time dosing for 1 hour after kitchen shut down. If necessary dosage can be adjusted until optimum performance has been achieved. 

 

Method of Use. Dosing into Sumps.

Use neat. Can be dosed manually, or by means of an automatic dosing pump.

MANUAL DOSING: Dose 1 to 2 litres per week into the sump - by pouring into the nearest sink, or waste inlet - that leads directly to the sump - and then flush with approximately 5 litres of warm (if possible) water.

DOSING PUMP: This method is normally used. INITIALLY: Dose 1 to 2 litres manually into the sump by following the instructions above. FROM THEN ON: Dose at the rate of 150 to 300 mls per day - via an automatic dosing pump. It may be possible to plumb dosing pump directly into the sump (depending on the design) - alternatively dosing pumps can be plumbed into pipework leading directly to the sump - e.g. sink wastes or toilet wastes etc.  Time dosing for 1 hour after building shut down.  If necessary dosage can be adjusted until optimum performance has been achieved. Dosing pump can be either mains powered or battery powered.

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  • Amar, HCRC Durga Bhawan 

    Excellent product. Cleaned the blockage in two applications. No more issues with blockages since we commenced using it.

    17th Jul 2018

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