CHM 203: Textile Use
Chemtech’s Histosol and Microbe products are the industry-leading odor control, bioaugmentation, solids degradation, and corrosion prevention solutions. For over 20 years, we are the trusted and preferred supplier for a wide range of industries worldwide, including food processing, wastewater treatment, paper and pulp, refinery, and agriculture.
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Histosol is a safe, natural product derived from organic matter consisting of natural soil constituents, including humate salts, humic acids, lignin matter and extractions of highly humified organic matters – powerful components that capture odorous compounds and interrupt their corrosive reactions, and enhance biological activities for solids degradation, reducing Total suspended solids (TSS) and Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) levels. A township in Pennsylvania was able to keep their water safe by using Microbe Life
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CHM 203: Textile Use
A high potency, bacterialaden, powdered formulation for use in degrading many types of waste. CHM 203 contains a specially formulated blend of microorganisms, micro/macronutrients, fungi, and surface tension suppressants/penetrants, developed for use in bioaugmentation.
Because of the diversity of the microorganisms and proprietary enzyme systems, incorporated into this product, it is excellent for textile wastewater applications. The safe, naturally occurring bacteria are present in high numbers to handle difficult organic textile wastewater problems.
- Greatly reduces labor time
- Reduces hydrogen Sulfide
- Cost effective/Easy to use
- No special equipment needed
- Breaks down fat & grease buildup
- Contains biomass dynamics
- Degrades a wide range of complex organics
- Enhances BOD/COD removal
- Reduces sludge buildup
- Contains facultative anaerobes
- Increases system efficiency
- Eliminates malodors at their source
- Contains no chemicals
- Waste water plants
- Lift stations
- Collection Systems
- Activated sludge
- Waste sumps
- Oxidation ditches
- Holding tanks
- Drain lines
- Fats, Oil & Grease
- Animal Fats
- Surfactants / Soaps
CHM 203 is packaged in 25, 50, 100 and 400 pound drums and is also available in any size BioPouches.
BEC207 Technical Data
|Form||free flowing powder|
|pH||6.8 8.5 Shelf|
|Life||2 years from the date of manufacture|
|Effective pH range||5.2 9.5|
|Effective Temperature Range||35 – 130°F (2 – 55°C)|
|Bacterial Enzyme Production||Protease, Lipase, Amylase, Urease, Cellulose|
Storage and Handling
|Storage||Store in a cool, dry place|
|Handling||Wash hands thoroughly with warm, soapy water after handling|
|CHM203||5.2 Billion per gram|
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