Answers to important questions about using Sani-System.
Here's a quick way to learn more about Sani-System Liquid Sanitizer Concentrate and how using Sani-System in your home helps to protect your family's health and safety. If you want to know more, just contact us - we are here to serve you.
What is the definition of Sanitizing?
Sanitizing is the process of killing pathogenic organisms or rendering them inert.
Question Two:What does it mean to approved by the EPA?
The Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA) sets certain standards for effective sanitization for a wide range of products, and tests them to determine their effectiveness. Sani-System has been proven to achieve the EPA standard kill rate of 99.9% for sanitizers and disinfectants.
Question Three:How often should water treatment equipment be sanitized?
It is important to keep in mind that all water treatment devices need regular maintenance to operate effectively. As a rule of thumb, Sani-System should be used in six-month intervals to ensure maximum protection, and right after a "Boil Water" alert or well contamination.
Question Four:Why should water treatment equipment be sanitized?
Because water treatment systems are susceptible to contamination from airborne, waterborne and human transmitted diseases, it is crucial to sanitize them effectively on a regular basis and to achieve the EPA standard kill rate of 99.99% for sanitizers and disinfectants. When used as directed, Sani-System kills harmful bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Escherichia coli (E. coli), Listeria and other micro-organisms that grow on the untreated surfaces of water quality equipment.
Question Five:Why is Sani-System the best solution for sanitizing?
Sani-System is designed especially to maintain the quality and performance of water softeners and reverse osmosis (RO) units. It's proven to achieve the standard EPA kill rate while maintaining the quality and performance of water treatment systems without using chlorine, oxidizers or acids that can harm system equipment, parts and resin.
Question Six:How can a water treatment professional help me?
The quality of your water is dependant on the region and area of the country where you live. A local water professional near you can provide accurate information about water treatment equipment and sanitization services, water testing and analysis, tips on efficient water usage and much more. Water professionals are dedicated to ensuring maximum water quality in your home, no matter where you live.
Where can I find Sani-System?
Send us a message (see the Contact Us
page), call us, look in your local yellow pages or search online for a water treatment dealer in your area.
Question Eight:What is an RO System?
A Reverse Osmosis System, or RO unit, applies pressure to reverse the flow of water through the unit so it passes through a series of membranes and filters to remove minerals and other contaminants from your drinking water. The water is dispensed through a small faucet located on your sink.
Question Nine:Why should I install a water softener?
Because water contains more than water! Almost all of the water in the U.S. is hard water and contains dissolved minerals like calcium, sulfur, iron, lead and limestone. Hard water causes stains or buildup on sinks and bathtubs, deposits scale in pipes and plumbing and diminishes the efficiency and life of household appliances. A water softener removes the minerals in the water, extending the life of plumbing and appliances. Using softened water to bathe, wash dishes and do laundry means no soap scum on the tub or shower; cleaner, softer skin and hair; cleaner dishes; whiter, brighter clothes - and energy savings too.