Urinal Maintenance. Use URIC® FREEFLO to Prevent a Urinal Blockage.
URIC® FREEFLO - Urinal Maintainer. Overview.
Use URIC Freeflo regularly to prevent urinal blockages: URIC Freeflo has been developed for the specific treatment of protein/calcium build-up in ceramic, plastic or stainless steel urinal traps and the pipework leading from them. It is a unique formula based on phosphoric acid, and has been designed for optimum use as a urinal maintainer. URIC Freeflo has no odour and will not give off any harsh fumes. It is therefore both easy and safe to use, and if used regularly it will prevent blockages from occurring in the future.
Key Features. URIC Freeflo - Urinal Maintainer.
• Quickly dissolves uric scale
• Easy and safe to use, odourless and non-fuming
• No need to close the urinal block whilst being used
• Cannot be overused - will not damage ceramic, stainless steel or plastic pipe-work
• Contains no sulphuric or hydrochloric acid - so kind to the environment
• Compatible with any make of urinal system
• Costs as little as £3.30 per month per urinal
• 2 year shelf-life
How to Use. URIC® FREEFLO - Urinal Maintainer.
URIC Freeflo is used neat. It can be dosed manually or by means of an automatic dosing pump.
MANUAL DOSING: This method is normally used. Simply pour between 500 mls and 1 litre of URIC Freeflo directly into each urinal bowl/trough, once per month. (A `one-man` urinal bowl will count as one urinal; and a `three-man` urinal trough will count as 3 urinals etc.) As an example: Chemassist maintain the urinal systems for most of the theatres in London. We manually dose around half a litre of URIC Freeflo per urinal, per month. Considering the large number of visitors to the theatres, half a litre is sufficient to keep the urinal system clear of blockages and free flowing.
DOSING PUMP: URIC Freeflo can also be dosed into the urinal system pipework, by means of an automatic dosing pump (dosing pump should ideally be mains powered). To dose via this method, a suitable position to house the dosing pump and 5 litre chemical container will be required - this needs to be in close proximity to the urinal outlet pipework. Dose at the rate of 15 to 30 mls per urinal, per day. Normally a dosing rate of 15 mls per urinal, per day, is sufficient. (A `one-man` urinal will count as one urinal; and a `three-man` urinal trough will count as 3 urinals etc.) Please note: If a particular run of pipework has an unusually high build up of uric scale - URIC Freeflo can also be dosed directly into this.
Also Available. Urinal Maintenance Service.
We also offer a urinal maintenance service. We can manually dose your urinals for you, and we can maintain automatic dosing pumps.
MANUAL DOSING: We can manually dose your urinals for you. This method is normally used. We would visit your site on a monthly basis, to manually dose your urinals - using URIC Freeflo. We can ensure your urinal system remains clear of blockages and freeflowing - and that the urinal block remains open.
DOSING PUMP: We can maintain automatic dosing pumps. Dosing pumps can be supplied, fitted and monitored by Chemassist as part of a regular maintenance package. We would visit your site on a monthly to quarterly basis to check/maintain the dosing pump(s), and replenish the supply of URIC Freeflo.
This service is available to the larger establishments throughout London and South East England. For further information please contact us: FREEPONE 0800 731 4441 or EMAIL US
Also Available. URIC XTREME® - Urinal Unblocker.
If the urinal is completely blocked or the flow severely restricted, URIC Xtreme should be used first. It is a ‘one dose’ treatment and is dosed manually, by pouring directly into the urinal. Use URIC Xtreme to clear a blocked or slow running urinal.