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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, DC 20460 Notification Label Revisions Requested v.20150904 OFFICE OF CHEMICAL SAFETY AND POLLUTION PREVENTION October 19, 2015 Ms. Georgia Anastasiou Agent For: BASF Corporation Lewis & Harrison 122 C Street, N.W.; Suite 505 Washington, DC 20001



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EPA Reg No 70060 19
Decision No 509734
If you have any questions you may contact Killian Swift at 703 308 6346 or via email at
Swift Killian epa gov
Demson Fuller Product Manager 32
Regulatory Management Branch II
Antimicrobials Division 7510P
Office of Pesticide Programs
All text in brackets XXX is alternate language that may or may not appear on final label
All text in braces XXX is administrative and will not be on final label
If in eyes Aseptrol S10 Tab
Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15 20 Disinfectant Virucidal Tuberculocidal Sterilant
minutes Food Contact Surface and Potable Water Tank
Remove contact lenses if present after the first 5 minutes then Sanitizer
continue rinsing eye
Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice
Oxidizing Tablets
For Use in Hospitals Medical Dental Industrial
If on skin or clothing Manufacturing and Institutional Facilities Ion
Take off contaminated clothing Exchange Resin Beds Laboratory Animal Facilities
Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15 20 minutes Clinical and Research Laboratories Veterinary
Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice Hospitals and Clinics and Animal Rearing and
If swallowed Confinement Facilities
Call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment
Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow Active Ingredients
Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control Sodium Chlorite 20 8
center or doctor
Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person
Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate 7 0
Other Ingredients 72 2
If inhaled Total 100 0
Move person to fresh air
If person is not breathing call 911 or an ambulance then give
artificial respiration preferably by mouth to mouth if possible KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Call a poison control center or doctor for further treatment advice
Have the product container or label with you when calling poison control DANGER
center or doctor or going for treatment
For emergency information on product use etc call the National
See side or back panel for first aid and
Pesticides Information Hotline at 1 800 858 7378 or 1 800 222 1222 precautionary statements
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN Use only in accordance with directions and
precautions on outer container
Probable mucosal damage may contraindicate the use of gastric lavage
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS Not For Individual Sale
Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals
DANGER CORROSIVE Causes irreversible eye damage and skin
burns Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin Wear protective EPA Reg No 70060 19
goggles or face shield Wear coveralls over long sleeved shirt and long
pants socks chemical resistant footwear and rubber gloves Wash
EPA Est No
thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating Net Weight
drinking chewing gum using tobacco or using the toilet Remove
contaminated clothing and wash clothing before reuse Expiration Date
Handlers applying in an occupation setting must wear gloves Manufactured by
When using the fogging method of application the following statement
BASF Corporation
will be used 100 Park Avenue
Harmful if inhaled Avoid breathing dust or spray mist People must Florham Park NJ 07932
vacate the premises during fogging treatments a one hour restricted
entry interval REI is required
Patent 6 699 404
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
This product is toxic to fish and aquatic organisms
contains 70060 19
If container size is greater than 50 lbs add the following statement to
the above statement
Do not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes streams
ponds estuaries oceans or other waters unless in accordance with the
requirements of a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
NPDES permit and the permitting authority has been notified in writing 10 19 2015
prior to discharge Do not discharge effluent containing this product to Aseptrol and the Aseptrol logo are registered trademarks of BASF
sewer systems without previously notifying the local sewage treatment
plant authority For guidance contact your State Water Board or
Regional Office of the EPA
Sodium Chlorite in this product is from Spain
Aseptrol S10 Tab 70060 19 Notification 09 02 2015 Page 1 of 5
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Aseptrol S10 Tab is a unique formulation of sodium chlorite that rapidly Aseptrol S10 Tabs can be used as a disinfectant virucide tuberculocide
produces the biocidal agent chlorine dioxide when mixed with water in Hospitals Medical Dental Industrial Institutional and Manufacturing
A 100 ppm use solution of chlorine dioxide has been shown to be Facilities Laboratory Animal Facilities Clinical and Research
effective against Vaccinia virus Human Influenza A virus Hong Kong Laboratories Veterinary Clinics and Hospitals Animal Rearing and
Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome virus PRRSV Confinement Facilities Animal Research Facilities and Laboratories and
Infectious bursal disease virus IBDV Marek s disease virus MDV Avian other institutional industrial applications that involve the housing of
Influenza A H3N2 virus Porcine circovirus type 2 Canine Parvovirus animals
Hantavirus Minute Virus of Mouse Parvovirus MVM p Minute Virus of
Mouse Parvovirus MVM i Mouse Hepatitis Virus MHV A59 Mouse Aseptrol S10 Tab can also be used as a sterilant in manufacturing
Hepatitis Virus MHV JHM Mouse Parvovirus type 1 MPV 1 Murine facilities clinical laboratories and Biosafety Level 3 and 4 BSL 3 and BSL
Parainfluenza Virus Type 1 Sendai Sialodacryoadenitis Virus 4 facilities
Coronavirus SDAV Theiler s Mouse Encephalomyelitis Virus TMEV
Corynebacterium bovis and Helicobacter pylori after 10 minutes of contact Respiratory illnesses attributable to Pandemic 2009 H1N1 are caused by
and Foot and Mouth Disease Virus after 30 minutes of contact influenza A virus Aseptrol S10 Tab is a broad spectrum hard surface
disinfectant that has been shown to be effective against Influenza A virus
A 200 ppm use solution of chlorine dioxide is a broad spectrum Hong Kong and is expected to inactivate all influenza A viruses including
disinfectant effective against Hepatitis B Virus Hepatitis C Virus Pandemic 2009 H1N1 formerly called swine flu
Newcastle Disease virus Norovirus Human coronavirus and the
following gram negative and gram positive bacteria Escherichia coli Aseptrol S10 Tab has demonstrated effectiveness against Influenza A
O157 H7 Pseudomonas aeruginosa Staphylococcus aureus Salmonella virus Hong Kong and is expected to inactivate all influenza A viruses
enterica and Bordetella bronchiseptica after 10 minutes of contact The including Pandemic 2009 H1N1 formerly called swine flu
200 ppm use solution is also effective against Staphylococcus aureus
MRSA and Enterococcus faecalis VRE after 5 minutes of contact DIRECTIONS FOR USE
tuberculocidal against Mycobacterium bovis after 5 minutes of contact at It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent
20 C and virucidal against HIV 1 the virus that causes AIDS after 1 with its labeling
minute of contact and Feline Panleukopenia virus Pseudorabies PREPARATION OF USE SOLUTION
Transmissible Gastroenteritis virus and Swine Influenza A Virus after 5 25 ppm Chlorine Dioxide for sanitization of hard nonporous food
minutes of contact contact surfaces including surfaces containing Salmonella enterica
and Listeria monocytogenes
A complete list of organisms and treatment conditions are shown in the In a clean plastic pail place either one 1 400 mg Aseptrol S10 Tab for
table below every quart liter of clean potable water or one 1 1 5 gram Aseptrol
Use Dilution Time S10 Tab for every gallon of clean potable water or one 1 6 0 gram
Viruses ppm minutes Aseptrol S10 Tab for every 4 gallons of clean potable water Or in a
Minute Virus of Mouse Parvovirus MVM p 100 10 plastic pigmented spray bottle place either one 1 400 mg Aseptrol S10
Minute Virus of Mouse Parvovirus MVM i 100 10 Tab for every quart liter of clean potable water or one 1 1 5 gram
Mouse Hepatitis Virus MHV A59 100 10 Aseptrol S10 Tab for every gallon 4 liters of clean potable water or one
Mouse Hepatitis Virus MHV JHM 100 10
1 6 0 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every four gallons 15 14 liters of
Murine Parainfluenza Virus Type 1 Sendai 100 10
clean potable water Prepare in a well ventilated area Wait either 5
Sialodacryoadenitis Virus Coronavirus SDAV
minutes for the 400 mg tab to completely dissolve 10 minutes for the 1 5
Theiler s Mouse Encephalomyelitis Virus TMEV 100 10
gram tab and 15 minutes for the 6 0 gram tab to completely dissolve
Avian Influenza A H3N2 virus 100 10
Once dissolved this will yield a working solution of 25 ppm of free chlorine
Canine Parvovirus 100 10
Feline Panleukopenia virus 200 5 dioxide Once mixed this solution should be stored in a tightly covered
Foot Mouth Disease virus 100 or 200 30 container and used within 7 days
Hantavirus 100 10
Hepatitis B Virus 200 10 100 ppm Chlorine Dioxide for control of Foot and Mouth Disease
Hepatitis C Virus 200 10 Virus Human Influenza A virus Hong Kong Avian Influenza A
HIV 1 200 1 H3N2 virus and animal viruses
Human Coronavirus 200 10 In a clean plastic pail or plastic pigmented 1 gallon bottle place either four
Infectious bursal disease virus IBDV 100 10 4 400 mg Aseptrol S10 Tabs for every quart liter or one 1 6 0 gram
Influenza A virus Hong Kong 100 10 Aseptrol S10 Tab or four 4 1 5 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every gallon 4
Marek s disease virus MDV 100 10 liters of clean potable water or In a plastic pigmented spray bottle
Newcastle Disease virus 200 5 place either four 4 400 mg Aseptrol S10 Tabs for every quart liter of
Norovirus 200 10 clean potable water or one 1 1 5 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every quart
Porcine circovirus type 2 100 10 or liter of clean potable water Prepare in a well ventilated area Once
Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus 200 5 dissolved this will yield a working solution of 100 ppm of free chlorine
Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome 100 10 dioxide Wait either 5 minutes for the 400 mg tabs to completely dissolve
virus PRRSV
or 10 minutes for the 1 5 gram tab and 15 minutes for the 6 gram tab to
Pseudorabies 200 5
completely dissolve Once mixed this solution should be stored in a
Swine Influenza A Virus 200 5
tightly covered container and used within 7 days
Vaccinia virus 50 or 100 10
Bacteria Disinfectant
200 ppm Chlorine Dioxide for disinfection of hard nonporous
Bordetella bronchiseptica 200 10 surfaces and instruments and to kill tuberculosis bacteria Human
Corynebacterium bovis 100 10 coronavirus HIV 1 Hepatitis B Virus Hepatitis C Virus
Enterococcus faecalis Vancomycin Resistant 200 5
Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus Feline Panleukopenia Virus
Escherichia coli O157 H7 200 10
Newcastle Disease virus Norovirus Pseudorabies and Swine
Helicobacter pylori 100 10
Mycobacterium bovis 200 5 Influenza A Virus
Pseudomonas aeruginosa 200 10 In a clean plastic pail or plastic pigmented 1 gallon bottle place either two
Salmonella enterica 200 10 2 6 0 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab or eight 8 1 5 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for
Staphylococcus aureus 200 10 every gallon 4 liters or four 4 400 mg Aseptrol S10 Tabs for every pint
Staphylococcus aureus MRSA 100 or 200 10 or 500 ml of clean potable water Or in a plastic pigmented spray bottle
Staphylococcus aureus Methicillin Resistant 200 5 place either four 4 400 mg Aseptrol S10 Tab for every pint 500 ml of
Bacteria Sanitizer clean potable water or one 1 1 5 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every pint
Salmonella enterica 25 1 or 500 ml of clean potable water Prepare in a well ventilated area Wait
Listeria monocytogenes 25 1 either 5 minutes for the 400 mg tabs to completely dissolve or 10 minutes
animal viruses for the 1 5 gram tab and 15 minutes for the 6 gram tab to completely
tuberculocidal against Mycobacterium bovis dissolve Once dissolved this will yield a working solution containing 200
ppm of free chlorine dioxide Once mixed this solution should be stored in
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1000 ppm Chlorine Dioxide for surface sterilization a tightly covered container and used within 7 days
In a clean plastic pail or plastic pigmented 1 gallon bottle place eight 8
6 0 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every gallon of clean potable water or eight INSTITUTIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
8 1 5 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab for every liter of clean potable water Or in Use Aseptrol S10 Tab to disinfect pre cleaned surfaces in
a plastic pigmented spray bottle place one 1 6 0 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab institutional and industrial facilities such as office buildings food
for every pint or 500 ml of clean potable water Prepare in a well
processing plants schools hotels and motels recreational
ventilated area Wait 15 minutes for the 6 gram tab to completely dissolve
Once dissolved this will yield a working solution containing 1000 ppm of facilities recreational centers institutional kitchens supermarkets
free chlorine dioxide Prepare fresh solutions daily grocery stores boats public facilities and military installations
Apply a 200 ppm chlorine dioxide use solution to hard non
LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITIES ANIMAL REARING porous surfaces thoroughly wetting surfaces with a cloth mop
FACILITIES AND ANIMAL RESEARCH FACILITIES AND sponge or sprayer or by immersion Treated surfaces must
LABORATORIES remain wet for 10 minutes 30 minutes for Foot and Mouth
Use Aseptrol S10 Tab to disinfect and kill tuberculosis bacteria Disease Virus Wipe dry with a cloth sponge or mop or allow to
HIV 1 Human coronavirus Hepatitis B Virus Hepatitis C air dry For sprayer applications use a coarse spray device
Virus Newcastle Disease virus Norovirus Foot and Mouth Spray 6 8 inches from the surface and spray until totally wet Do
Disease Virus Human Influenza A virus Hong Kong Avian not breathe spray Allow to air dry A potable water rinse is
Influenza A H3N2 virus and animal viruses on hard non porous required for any surface that may come into contact with food
surfaces such as floors walls counters stainless steel
environmental surfaces bio safety hoods sinks tiles cages HEALTH CARE and VETERINARY FACILITIES
coops crates kennels instruments and utensils Preclean Use Aseptrol S10 Tab to disinfect pre cleaned surfaces and to
surfaces and then apply either a 100 ppm chlorine dioxide solution decontaminate instruments in hospitals medical and dental
for Human Influenza A virus Hong Kong Avian Influenza A offices veterinary offices veterinary clinics veterinary hospitals
H3N2 virus and animal viruses or 200 ppm chlorine dioxide and related facilities Apply a 200 ppm chlorine dioxide use
solution for disinfection HIV 1 Human coronavirus and TB solution to hard non porous surfaces and or instruments
control Apply the use solution with a cloth mop sponge or thoroughly wetting surfaces with a cloth mop sponge or sprayer
sprayer or by immersion Treated surfaces must remain wet for or by immersion Treated surfaces must remain wet for 10
10 minutes 30 minutes for Foot and Mouth Disease Virus minutes 30 minutes for Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Wipe dry
Wipe dry with a cloth sponge or mop or allow to air dry For with a cloth sponge or mop or allow to air dry For sprayer
sprayer applications use a coarse spray device Spray 6 8 applications use a coarse spray device Spray 6 8 inches from
inches from the surface and spray until totally wet Do not breathe the surface and spray until totally wet Do not breathe spray
spray Allow to air dry Allow to air dry The 200 ppm chlorine dioxide use solution is
effective against gram negative and gram positive bacteria HIV 1
ANIMAL ROOM DISINFECTION DIRECTIONS USING AN Human coronavirus Hepatitis B Virus Hepatitis C Virus
ULTRA LOW VOLUME FOGGING DEVICE Newcastle Disease virus Norovirus Foot and Mouth Disease
Remove all animals and feed from animal room vehicles and Virus Human Influenza A virus Hong Kong Avian Influenza A
enclosures Remove all litter from floors walls and surfaces of H3N2 virus animal viruses and tuberculosis bacteria
the room to be treated Empty all feeding and watering
appliances Thoroughly clean all surfaces with soap or detergent This product is not be used as a terminal sterilant high level
and rinse with water Close room off so fog is confined to room to disinfectant on any surface or instrument that 1 is introduced
be treated Mix two 2 6 gram Aseptrol S10 Tab or eight 8 1 5 directly into the human body either into or in contact with the
gram Aseptrol S10 Tab into one gallon of water making a 200 bloodstream or normally sterile areas of the body or 2 contacts
ppm solution of chlorine dioxide Place Ultra Low Volume ULV intact mucous membranes but which does not ordinarily penetrate
fogger in center of room or insert the nozzle of the fogger through the blood barrier or otherwise enter normally sterile areas of the
a suitable opening into the room With the Flow Rate setting in body This product may be used to decontaminate precleaned
HIGH output apply fog for 15 minutes for each 3000 cubic feet of critical or semi critical medical devices prior to sterilization or high
space in the room thorough wetting of all surfaces is required level disinfection
NOTE The fog generated is irritating to the eyes skin and FOOD CONTACT SURFACE SANITIZER
mucous membranes Do not allow people to enter treated room Use Aseptrol S10 Tab to sanitize hard nonporous food contact
until ten air exchanges 2 hours of mechanical ventilation i e surfaces and utensils such as food processing equipment dairy
fans 4 hours of passive ventilation i e windows vents 11 equipment food utensils dishes silverware glasses sink tops
hours of no ventilation followed by 1 hour of mechanical countertops refrigerated storage and display equipment and other
ventilation i e fans 11hours of no ventilation followed by 2 hard surfaces in food processing plants breweries bottling
hours of passive ventilation i e windows vents 24 hours of no plants restaurants and other food handling establishments
ventilation If the building must be entered then the individuals
entering the building must wear a self contained respirator Prior to application remove gross food particles and soil by a pre
approved by NIOSH MSHA goggles long sleeves and long flush or pre scrape and when necessary pre soak Then
pants thoroughly wash or flush surfaces with a good detergent or
compatible cleaner followed by a potable water rinse before
FOGGING IS TO BE USED AS AN ADJUNCT TO ACCEPTABLE application of the sanitizer solution Apply a use solution of 25
MANUAL CLEANING AND DISINFECTING FOR ROOM AND ppm chlorine dioxide to pre cleaned hard surfaces thoroughly
MACHINE SURFACES wetting surfaces with a cloth mop sponge coarse sprayer or by
immersion Surfaces must remain wet for at least 60 seconds and
then followed by adequate draining and air drying Do not rinse
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING AND
POTABLE WATER TANK SANITIZER ABOARD AIRCRAFT DISINFECTING AREAS WHICH MAY BE INFESTED WITH
BOATS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES or RV s HANTAVIRUS
Use Aseptrol S 10 Tab to sanitize potable water tanks Prior to Infection with Hantavirus occurs by inhalation of infectious
sanitizing empty potable water tank and fill with clean water materials Persons involved in the clean up must wear coveralls
Preparation of Use Solution Prepare in well ventilated area For disposable if possible rubber boots or disposable shoe covers
every 30 gallons of tank capacity place 71 grams Aseptrol S 10 rubber or plastic gloves protective goggles and an appropriate
Tab 1 packet in a clean plastic pail and dissolve with one gallon respiratory protection device such as a half mask air purifying or
of clean water Wait 10 15 minutes for the Aseptrol S 10 Tab to negative pressure respirator with a high efficiency particulate air
completely dissolve Once added to tank this will yield a working HEPA filter or a powered air purifying respirator PAPR with
solution of 50 ppm free chlorine dioxide HEPA filters
Add prepared use solution to the tank and allow to soak at least
60 seconds Empty tank and flush with clean water to rinse All potential infective waste material including respirator filters
from clean up operations that cannot be burned or deep buried on
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING AND site must be double bagged in appropriate plastic bags The
DECONTAMINATION AGAINST HIV 1 HBV HCV ON bagged material must then be labeled as infectious if it is to be
SURFACES OBJECTS SOILED WITH BLOOD BODY FLUIDS transported and disposed of in accordance with local
that involve healthcare settings or other settings in which there is requirements for infectious waste
an expected likelihood of soiling of inanimate surfaces objects
with blood or body fluids and in which the surfaces objects soiled Rodent dropping and visible dust may be reservoirs for
with blood or body fluids can be associated with the transmission Hantavirus If you are cleaning out a building that has been
of HIV 1 HBV and HCV Aseptrol S10 Tab destroys HIV 1 HBV closed up such as a cabin shed or garage
and HCV on pre cleaned environmental surfaces objects A Air out building for at least 30 minutes by opening windows and
previously soiled with blood or other body fluids at 200 ppm and 1 doors
minute contact 10 minutes for HBV and HCV B Leave the building while it is airing out
PERSONAL PROTECTION The worker should wear disposable C Do not vacuum sweep or dust This may spread the virus
latex gloves gown mask and eye protection to prevent through the air
contamination from soiled items D Thoroughly wet the contaminated areas with Aseptrol S10
CLEANING PROCEDURE Blood and other body fluids must be Tab and allow to stand undisturbed for 10 minutes
thoroughly cleaned from surfaces and objects before application E Carefully remove non salvageable contaminated material and
of Aseptrol S10 Tab solution dispose by burial or burning Contact your local and state
CONTACT TIME Allow Aseptrol S10 Tab solution to contact health department for additional disposal methods
treated items for 1 minute 10 minutes for HBV and HCV A F Treat the surface again following the label directions and allow
contact time of 1 minute will not control other common types of to stand undisturbed for 10 minutes
viruses and bacteria For additional guidance visit CDC website at
DISPOSAL OF INFECTIOUS MATERIALS Any blood and other www cdc gov hantavirus
body fluids should be autoclaved and disposed of according to
federal state and local regulations for infectious waste disposal
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STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
SURFACE STERILIZATION This product is toxic to fish and aquatic organisms
Use Aseptrol S10 Tab where sterility conditions are critical for Do not contaminate water food or feed by storage or disposal
optimum performance such as manufacturing and laboratory
equipment and in areas where sterilization is required such as PESTICIDE STORAGE Store this product in a cool dry area
Level 3 and 4 Biosafety Level BSL 3 and BSL 4 facilities Use away from direct sunlight and heat to avoid deterioration and in an
Aseptrol S10 Tab on hard non porous surfaces such as plastics area inaccessible to children
polystyrene polypropylene polyvinyl chlorides polyesters
stainless steel sealed fiberglass glazed ceramic metal or glass PESTICIDE DISPOSAL Pesticide wastes are acutely hazardous
Do not use Aseptrol S10 Tab as a terminal high level disinfectant Improper disposal of excess pesticide spray mixture or rinsate is
or sterilant on any critical semi critical medical device or a violation of Federal law If these wastes cannot be disposed of
instrument Prior to use thoroughly pre clean surface to be by use according to label instructions contact your State Pesticide
sterilized This can be accomplished by rinsing with purified or Environmental Control Agency or the Hazardous Waste
water mechanical action or by detergent cleaning followed by a representative at the nearest EPA Regional Office for guidance
water rinse Pre cleaned surfaces may be allowed to air dry or
may be towel dried but do not dry surfaces using dry heat CONTAINER DISPOSAL Non refillable container pouch
Prepare a 1000 ppm use solution of chlorine dioxide by following blister pack packet Do not reuse or refill this container pouch
the instructions under Preparation of Use Solution on this label blister pack packet Offer for recycling if available If recycling
Apply the 1000 ppm chlorine dioxide use solution by either is not available dispose empty pouch blister pack container in
thoroughly soaking the target surface or by immersion All target sanitary landfill or by incineration
surfaces must be exposed to treatment solution for at least 1 hour
Allow to air dry
For Use in Controlling Odor Causing Microorganisms
In Residential and Industrial Ion Exchange Resins Beds
During Regeneration
Use Instructions
1 Close inlet and outlet water valves to prefilter housing or
tablet doser housing
2 Remove bowl from either the prefilter housing or the tablet
doser housing
3 Empty water from bowl
4 For each cubic foot of Ion Exchange Resin add 6 grams
0 21 oz of Aseptrol S10 Tab to the bowl
5 Replace bowl on housing and open water valves
6 Proceed with normal regeneration cycle
1 Remove the cover from the brine tank
2 For each cubic foot of Ion Exchange Resin add 6 grams
0 21 oz of Aseptrol S10 Tab to the brine well of the brine
3 Do not place Aseptrol S10 Tab onto dry salt MUST BE
PLACED IN LIQUID ONLY
4 Cover brine tank and proceed with normal regeneration cycle
Aseptrol S10 Tab 70060 19 Notification 09 02 2015 Page 5 of 5


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