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Drain Line BioFoam Floor drains, bar sink drains, beer tap drains, ice machine drains, soda holster drains, soda fountain drains, ice cream dipper well drains, other drains, cracks and crevices underneath counters and equipment where FOG builds up.
Not intended for use on food preparation or service counters.
For best results, use Oozi Foamer unit. Mix 4oz of mixture per gallon of water. Use all Drain Line BioFoam in foamer at time of service. Do not use pesticides in the same sprayer. May be used with an IGR.
Calibrate your pump by adjusting the foamer so that the foam is a liquid consistency (see manufacturer’s instructions). Spray the liquid into a measuring cup while counting how many seconds it takes to reach 8oz. Record that time.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for foaming unit use. On floor drains apply Drain Line BioFoam in desired foam consistency until you have full coverage of the walls of the drain. On tap and fountain type drains apply approximately 8oz of Drain Line BioFoam with the foamer set to liquid constancy. Note: After foaming, Drain Line BioFoam will revert to liquid to deliver the microbes further down the line to maximize delivery reach. Repeat monthly.
Drain Line Formula Floor drains, soda fountain drains, beer tap drains, ice cream dipper well drains, ice machine drains, bar sink drains, soda holster drains, trough drains & other types of drains.
Mix with 2-gallons of tap water in a 2-gallon sprayer. Do NOT use pesticides in the same sprayer. Use within 60 days of mixing.
Calibrate pump at full pressure to determine how many seconds it takes to spray 8oz of product. Record that time.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for sprayer. Maintain full pressure during use. Apply 8oz per drain. Repeat monthly.
Small drains: Fan spray. Large drains: Insert & rotate spray nozzle in multiple grate openings.
MicroDrip® Three-compartment sink drain lines, garbage disposal drain lines, food preparation sink drain lines, dishwasher drain lines (preferably with water temperatures below 140 degrees), and other appropriate drain lines with FOG and organic buildup.
See reverse side for dosage chart.
Remove the adhesive tab from the top of the cartridge. Fill with tepid or cold water. Dry off the area. Replace the adhesive tab. Shake the cartridge to dissolve the microbial formula.
Open the dispenser using the key provided. 1. Place the ON/OFF switch into the OFF position.2. Carefully remove the old cartridge.3. Place the new cartridge in the dispenser by aligning the actuator tip of the 4. cartridge inside the dispensing tube. Position the collar of the cartridge into the bracket of the dispenser. Gently press in the cartridge. Turn the ON/OFF switch to ON. 5. Close the cover of the dispenser.6. The pump should activate within 10 seconds.7.
Note: For initial installation, follow the instructions that accompany the dispenser.
BioPill® Inside the indoor grease interceptor.
Note: This product is a timed-release product.
No mixing required. Cut open the package & remove the 1. BioPill. Mash the 2. BioPill through the permanent sink drain strainer (not the removable strainer). If the strainer is missing, crumble the BioPill prior to putting it down the sink drain. Run cold water down the drain until all 3. BioPill remnants are no longer visible. Repeat monthly.4.
Super Aug Pill Outdoor grease interceptor.
Note: This product is a timed-release product.
No mixing required. Remove the manhole cover using a T-lift.1. To measure the grease cap:2.
a) Push a garden hoe that has been etched in one-foot increments (or other measuring device with a 90 degree flange) through the hard grease cap until water emerges.
b) Remove the hoe & measure the length of the grease buildup. c) Document this measurement as the depth of the grease cap.
Agitate the outdoor grease interceptor with the hoe to aerate.3. Mash the 4. Super Aug Pill and divide it amongst each chamber (manhole) of the outdoor grease interceptor in even amounts. Agitate again, if desired. Replace the manhole covers.5. Repeat monthly.6.
*Results apply to treated areas of lines only. Clogs may also occur in untreated areas or from other sources. Foul odors & small flies can result from other causes such as sanitation issues.
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OUTDOOR GReASe INTeRCePTOR If the outdoor grease interceptor continues to have excessive grease or a jump in buildup, check the following:
The injection system is functioning properly.• The outdoor grease interceptor is at least 500 gallons or • larger. The meals per day figures are still accurate (no change).• Nothing is killing the bacteria (excess bleach or cleaners).• The location of the injection system leads to the grease • interceptor. The product used is adequate for the meal count.• Increase bacteria or change product if needed.•
If the outdoor interceptor has ABSOLUTELY NO grease, check the following:
The baffles are present in the outdoor interceptor.• Determine if grease may have entered the interceptor in • liquid form & merely looks like water. Reduce the number of • MicroDrip systems if using multiple. Note: If there is only a very tiny amount of grease in the • outdoor grease interceptor, no trouble shooting is required.
If foul odors are coming from the outdoor grease interceptor in the parking lot area, check the following:
The grease interceptor may be full, anaerobic, & need • pumping. Manhole covers may have grease buildup. Spray pavement • around the outside of manhole covers & the bottom inside of the manhole covers with Drain Line Formula or Drain Line BioFoam.
The outdoor interceptor is 50 or more feet away from the facility:
More injection systems may be needed because the grease • may cool & solidify before it reaches the interceptor.
INDOOR GReASe INTeRCePTOR If you cannot locate the indoor grease interceptor: The interceptor may be mounted on or above floor level or recessed into the floor.
If the indoor grease interceptor backs-up or if frequent drain line backups occur beyond the indoor grease interceptor: Consider increasing bacteria & recommending an increase in the frequency of manual cleaning.
A full service with an indoor grease interceptor is designed to keep the lines clear beyond the interceptor, reduce foul odors, & reduce the amount of maintenance required to the indoor grease interceptor. This service does not eliminate the need for manual cleaning of the indoor grease interceptor. These expected results should be discussed openly with the customer prior to initiating service. Bioremediation is not a cure for undersized and/or neglected indoor grease interceptors.
SeRvICe CheCkLIST Review the 1. Inspection Survey Form to identify treatment areas & products to be used. Only treat those areas identified on the form & only use the products called for on the form. Perform a bucket test if this is the first service call (see “Customer Says It’s Not Working” for instructions).
Treat all floor drains, soda fountain drains, beer tap drains, 2. ice cream dipper well drains, ice machine drains, soda holster drains, bar sink drains, & other drains specified in the Inspection Survey Form.
Replace the 3. MicroDrip Refill Cartridge(s), if indicated in the Inspection Survey Form. Check the tubing for buildup, and replace if needed.
Administer a new 4. BioPill for the indoor grease interceptor if called for in the Inspection Survey Form.
Shock the outdoor grease interceptor if called for in the 5. Inspection Survey Form.
Document the service on the appropriate form & give a 6. copy to your point of contact (POC) at the facility.
Point out any unsanitary conditions you may have found, 7. advise the POC if the outdoor grease interceptor needs to be pumped (grease cap measures 20% or more of the total depth of the outdoor grease interceptor), & discuss any other areas of concern either of you may have (ex: bleach, disconnected pumps, excessive soap, effectiveness, adjustment recommendations, etc.). Document all of the above items. Follow-up on the initial bucket test, if appropriate.
CUSTOMeR SAyS IT IS NOT WORkING Prior to the 1st service, pour a 5-gallon bucket of water down the three compartment sink with the stopper in place. Remove the stopper & time the water as it drains. Give this information to the customer or have the customer present at the time of the drain test. Document the time for future reference. Repeat the test 60-90 days after service begins.
FLOOR DRAIN ISSUeS If floor drains continue to have FOG buildup and/or fly issues after treatment has commenced:
Determine if something is killing the bacteria such as employees • pouring excessive chemicals such as bleach down the drains. Consider switching to • Drain Line BioFoam.
BReAk-OFF In circumstances where pipes have heavy FOG buildup, large pieces of buildup may break-off during the first 60-90 days as the microbes begin to work. While this is great proof that the microbes are working, these broken-off pieces can lodge in the pipe and cause a backup. This possibility should be explained to the customer before service begins. If the pipes are old or there are indications that the pipe may have heavy buildup, recommend that the customer have the lines je