Oct 022019

Granular Sewer Solvent

RED HOT Granular Sewer Solvent is a strong alkaline compound used in opening sewers and drains by reacting quickly on grease, rags, paper, and other organic material. Heats up rapidly and burns for several minutes. Outstanding for use as a preventative maintenance product that will save time, labor, and money.

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RED HOT Granular Sewer Solvent is an alkaline granular compound used to open sewers and drains. It is a combination of chemical and metallic chips, which reacts with water to create considerable heat and agitation. This action readily dissolves greasy deposits, leaves and other blockage, which obstruct sewer lines. Reaches maximum temperature in 1 minute 30 seconds (215°F) and sustains temperature of at least 180°F for 7 minutes allowing RED HOT Granular Sewer Solvent to give a complete clean out.

Applications: Sewers & Drains Directions for Use: FOR USE ONLY IN MAIN SEWER LINES. Do not use in indoor drains, toilets, sinks, grease traps or floor drains. Add only to main sewer manholes. Wear protective gloves, face mask, splash-proof goggles and other protective clothing to avoid eye or skin contact. For Clogged Sewers: Add to manhole closest to the blockage. Pour entire pail into manhole opening making sure all precautions are taken to avoid injury. After 15 minutes, run plenty of water through drain.

See label for complete directions. Do not stand over opening after pouring in product.Not for use in septic tanks.

Product Features
Use on big and small jobs including but not limited to town sewage systems, mobile home parks, industrial sewage, apartment buildings, etc.

8% aluminum

Ready to use - Liquefies grease, leaves, oil, rags, paper and other organic material that may cause blockages, Creates chemical agitation to dislodge debris.

Harmless to sewer lines

Color coded red for tracing

Food Processing Acceptability: L1

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