BIO TREAT Biotechnology Products enhance the natural breakdown of organic wastes into harmless carbon dioxide and water. Our products consist of scientifically formulated blends designed for use in a wide range of applications.
- Safe, effective bacterial cultures to degrade organic waste compounds
- Development of specialized blend to maintain selected cultures in operating biological systems
- Custom-blended biological products in attractive, easy-to-use packaging
- Dry and liquid cultures for wastewater treatment
- Dry and liquid cultures for restaurant and institutional use
- Specialty products for aquaculture and agriculture
- The product undergoes extensive QA/QC to ensure the highest purity on the market.
BIO TREAT Biotechnology Products helps combat many of the problems faced in restaurants and institutions, especially kitchens, restrooms and bathrooms.
- Cleans floor drains, baseboards, grout, mops, non-slip mats, hard-to-reach areas, trash cans, dumpsters, and bar areas
- Eliminates grease buildup in drain lines
- Reduces odors in especially kitchens, restrooms and bathrooms.
- Improves pest management program
- Enhances sanitation program
RESTAURANT AND INSTITUTIONAL PRODUCTS
BIO TREAT Biotechnology Products – Formulation
· Normal Use
Dry count is 500 Billion CFU per pound (or 1.0 billion CFU per gram).
Liquid count is 250 billion CFU per gallon (or 64.5 million CFU per ml).
Grease Trap and Cleaning Products –
Unlike detergent-only cleaners, BIO TREAT Biotechnology Products contain stabilized bacteria for continuous removal of grease in drain lines and in the grease trap. The biological degradation of remaining food waste reduces odors, eliminates plumbing and pests problems.
The liquid blends have a bacteria count of 250 Billion CFU per gallon. The products contain nonionic surfactants, living bacteria and spores that produce specific enzymes. The surfactants are added in small quantities to enhance biological activity, It increases the surface area of the grease contact with water where bacteria are active, however not enough to emulsify grease, and to cause problems in downstream sewer lines.
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