Sani System Reverse Osmosis System Sanitizer. 0.25 oz.
Only EPA approved sanitizer for: Water Softeners, Water Coolers, RO Units.
Proven to kill: 99.9% of E. coli, E. coli O157:H7, Staphylococcus aureus , Listeria monocytogenes, Harmful bacteria.
Uses no chlorine. NSF Certified. Works in 60 Seconds. Simple use with no measuring, no mess.
Sanitation of Interior Surfaces of Water Softeners and Reverse Osmosis (RO) Units:
Water Softeners - Sanitation is to occur after initial installation, after the system is serviced and periodically during its use.
1. Backwash the softener and add one 0.25 ounce pre-measured packet to the brine tank well. (NOTE: standard system capacity if 48 gallons.)
2. Proceed with the normal regeneration or interrupt cycle after the brining step and let the softener soak for a minimum of 60 seconds.
3. Backwash the softener with potable water to make sure all the sanitizing solution is thoroughly rinsed from the unit before returning it to service.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) Units - Sanitation is to occur after initial installation, after the system is serviced and periodically during its use.
1. Turn off RO system, drain storage tank and remove membrane element and prefilters. Put membrane element in a plastic bag so it remains wet.
2. Fill empty pre-filter housing with one 0.25 ounce pre-measured packet and turn on water supply. (NOTE: standard system capacity is 1-2 gallons.)
3. After holding tank is full, let system stand idle for a minimun of 60 seconds. Turn off water. Drain holding tank,
4. Before the system is put back into service, flush system with potable water to assure sanitizing solution is rinsed thoroughly from the system. Follow the manufacturer's directions for re-installation of new pre-filters, membrane element and post filter.
Water Coolers, Water Holding Tanks and Pressure Tanks - Sanitization is to occur after initial installation, after the system is serviced and periodically during its use.
1. Shut off incoming water line.
2. Prepare a solution of one 0.25 ounce pre-measured packer per 2 gallons of water.
3. Apply or circulate (if possible) to wet all surfaces and allow a minimum contact time of 60 seconds.
4. Drain and completely flush system twice with potable water.
5. Return to service by opening incoming water lines.