DESIGNED FOR ALL ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
Microbe-Lift IND is a highly active liquid culture consortium designed specifically for use in almost all environmental applications. IND select cultures promote increased biological degradation capabilities in all types of designs of biological wastewater systems, open lagoon and polluted environments. IND consortium is very effective in degrading hard degradable compounds such as fatty acids, various chemical compounds, hydrocarbons and fibrous matters that indigenous bacteria often unable to degrade them, hence result in system performance deficiency. These cultures resist shock loads of chemicals, reducing upsets and kills, which may occur in waste-water treatment systems. This translates to improved system performance, stability and reduced final effluent BOD, COD and TSS. Microbe-Lift IND will breakdown fats, oils and grease in lift stations along with reducing hydrogen sulfide and ammonia odors.
MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE PERFORMANCE
ACCELERATED DEGRADING RATES
WASTE WATER SYSTEM STABILITY
IMPROVES SOLID SETTLEABILITY
REDUCES BOD, COD, AND SS, IN FINAL EFFLUENT
- Designed to specifically initiate, enhance or stabilize nitrification
- Provides nitrification for start-up and restarts
- Works in a temperature range of 42F – 105F
MICROBE-LIFT / N1 is designed specifically to initiate, enhance or stabilize nitrification in industrial and municipal wastewater operations.
MICROBE-LIFT / N1 provides nitrification for start-up, restarts and assists in achieving stability in adequately designed wastewater systems.
MICROBE-LIFT / N1 works in a temperature range of 42°F to 105°F (5°C to 40°C).
Effective in pH of 6.9 to 8.8.
CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes. Flush immediately if needed. Use gloves and safety glasses when handling spills. If contact is made, wash with soap and water. If swallowed, drink several glasses of water. Contact physician if any irritation persists.
100% Natural – Non-Toxic – Non Pathogenic
For optimum performance, add to the head of the wastewater system’s inlet to the oxidation chamber. If the system has multiple stages apply product to the influent area of the nitrification stage, or to the nitrification area of a carousel or “racetrack” system.
Assure that all nitrification requirements are achieved, i.e. alkalinity (> 50mg/L), temperature, BOD and COD and no highly toxic or inhibitory compounds. Consult your representative for recommendations specific to your system’s design, biological oxidation performance and the system’s nitrification data.
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