Preparat Enzybac 0,5 kg


PLN62.00 tax incl
PLN50.41 tax excl
Delivery time 3-4 days
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  • Increases efficiency of wastewater decomposition
  • Biopreparats for treatment plants and septic tanks
  • Preparation removes odors

Biopreparation Enzybac proper operation of treatment plants and septic tanks

Preparations for cesspits and septic tanks



Enzybac is a product used to eliminate odor annoying and the proper functioning of all types of biological treatment plants and septic tanks. The preparation has a specific strains of bacteria and enzymes, whereby accelerates the biodegradability of sewage. Included bacteria and enzymes in the formulation contribute to the decomposition of organic compounds (hydrocarbons, proteins, fats) to identify basic compounds are water, carbon dioxide or nitrogen compounds. The preparation reduces odors from septic tanks and sewage treatment plants, does not cause corrosion and damage sludge. Enzybac no detrimental effects on animals, humans and the environment.

Directions for use

    • Septic tanks (with a capacity of approx 10 m3), once used 100-150 g (2-3 scoops) of the formulation, operationally weekly 20 g (1/2 scoops) or 20 g (1/2 scoops) preparation for each m3 of sewage, operationally weekly 3 - 5 g per m3 of sewage influent.
    • Wastewater treatment once - 40 g (1 scoop) of the formulation, operationally weekly 20 g (1/2 measure) for toilet for every 3 users. It is recommended to use once every six months, for the preparation Enzymix. It is used to remove organic matter from the network leach field and the sand filter.
    • Latrine, pits gnilne - 1 scoop preparation dissolved in 1 liter of water and pour into the surface droppings. The procedure is best to repeat every other day until the eluate odor, then use one scoop once a week.
    • Mechanical-biological sewage treatment - preparation works best when dosing directly into the sewerage system or pumping. 0,5 - 2,5 g preparation used per m3 of wastewater. Preparation prior to dispensing dissolved in water and then pour into the sewerage system.