|Product Depth (in.)||2.25 in||Product Height (in.)||7 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2.25 in|
|Chemical Form||Liquid||Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential|
|Compatible Pipe Material||PVC||Container Size (oz.)||32.0|
|Drain Cleaners Type||Bathtub||Features||Non-Corrosive, Septic Safe|
|For Septic Use||Septic Safe||Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type||Pipe Cement, Primer & Cleaner|
|Number of treatments per container||1||Pack Size||1|
|Prevention formula||No||Protects pipes from corrosion||Yes|
|Returnable||90-Day||Safe for garbage disposals||No|
|Set Time (Min.)||1||Type of Issue||Drain|
|Where to Use||Shower|
|Certifications and Listings||Certified Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
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A: I had a large slug problem in my 275 gal tank. My furnace guy told me to put in 32 oz. (1 qt.) and have the tank filled. On all the next fill ups put in 16 oz. (1 Pt.) Been doing this for a few years now and haven't had any problems.
A: The 25 Gallons could also be air at the top, because the delivery person is required to stop when the whistle stops, the whistle sticks down into the tank a bit (more than you might think). I suggest adding this product immediately before your oil delivery, and consider 275 gallons and 250 gallons to be nearly the same when considering how much to add. This makes the math easy, for your tank, use 1/4 of this bottle. Repeat that before each fill up.
A: You would use the entire container
A: they say 1 pt. for 275 gal.
A: I have a 275 gallon tank and I pour the entire bottle in before fill up. Seems to work great, oil filters and oil pump screen are much cleaner after a couple of years use
A: Yes. I use it in B20 blended fuel with good results.
A: Yes it can be used for this application.