Based on natural
Pipelines and irrigation systems maintenance
Corrosion inhibtion and reduced biofilm formation
OxyFlow introduces high levels of slow-release dissolved oxygen and activates positive digestive microbial activity in the pipeline dismantling the structure of sludge and weakening calcification and organic deposits. This results in an organic means of flushing pipelines and enriching water quality.
Algae and biofilm preventative reducing the negative opportunistic growth of microbes and biofilms.
Scale prevention and reduction
Dismantles the structure of organic sludge buildup
From the Laboratory
When OxyFlow is injected into the water pipeline the catalase-like emission of slow-releasing oxygen gas is observed by peroxidases, from a group of enzymes that catalyze the oxidation of a substrate by an organic peroxide.
The reaction is favoured at neutral pH levels and activity is increased in areas of increased organic material. A measured amount of oxygen is produced enzymatically and not by chemical disproportionation of superoxide.
A clear correlation also exists between catalase activity and the enzymes' resistance. The production and activation of critical metabolic enzymes are observed, the varied mechanisms of which continue to be researched.
The composition includes extracts from a variety of naturally occurring plants. The process of extraction is mechanical with the use of low heating. No genetically modified organisms. Zucconi Germination Index 100% @ 1:24 H₂O dilution; Inhibitor materials <2.00 equitox/m³ Bioluminiscence inhib./C5110184 (non-detectable) @ 1:24 H₂O dilution.
Apply to mainline auto dosing injector connected to your piping system 1 L OxyFlow to between 800㎥ water (1.25 ppm) and 40㎥ of water (25 ppm) depending on your requirements. Typically starting with a High program and maintaining with the Maintenance program.
For agricultural, horticultural and hydroponic pipelines: Start with the Maintenance program and evaluate then decide your preferred dosage program never exceeding 12.5 ppm.
System Flush: flush for piping systems: apply 1 Liter OxyFlow for every 100 litres of water (1:100) in the pipeline. Run treatment within the full length of the pipeline. Leave treated water in the pipeline for 24 hours before flushing.
*Pipe volume = π x radius² x length, where radius = inner diameter/2. The volume of a pipe is equal to the volume of a liquid inside (if a pipe is fully filled with it).