• Blue Crystal 10lb Pail of Chlorine Disinfecting Tablets - Part Number BLUECRYSTAL

Blue Crystal 10lb Pail of Chlorine Disinfecting Tablets

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Blue Crystal disinfecting tablets are a special microbiocide developed exclusively for use in residential wastewater treatment applications. Designed for positive disinfection during low, sustained, variable and intermittent flow rates that are common to residential systems, the potent Blue Crystal formulation reduces 99% of bacteria within the first ten minutes of contact. Blue Crystal tablets are a preferred, safe alternative to dangerous liquid and gas disinfection systems. Maintaining a consistent chemical application rate at intermittent peak flow factors as high as four, Blue Crystal tablets provide reliable effluent disinfection even when the significant runoff period is six hours. When used as directed in any approved, gravity flow chlorinator, Blue Crystal tablets allow residential treatment systems to meet regulatory disinfection requirements with a product that is inexpensive, safe and easy to use

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$118.00 MSRP: $145.00

Item #:BLUECRYSTAL

Manufacturer: Bio-Sanitizer

  • Designed specifically for use with septic systems.
  • 2 5/8" Diameter; Required on most open discharge systems.
  • Tablets dissolve gradually and uniformly
  • Safer alternative to liquid or gas chlorine
  • Cost Effective and Reliable
  • Approved by NSF and EPA

Please Note: Shipping cannot be upgraded for these items because they are hazardous material. These items ship from another facility so they may not arrive on the same day if you order multiple items. Also these items cannot be returned. All sales are final.

WARNING: DO NOT use swimming pool chlorine tablets in your disinfection system. The chlorine in these tablets are made from trichlorisocyanuric acid. Swimming pool tablets dissolve more slowly than calcium hypochlorite and do not thoroughly disinfect the effluent. Additionally, there is a danger of explosion using swimming pool tablets since the tablets will release an explosive gas called nitrogen chloride due to the fact that they are not totally immersed in water at all times while in use. They are not approved by EPA for wastewater effluent disinfection.