Sewage Pumps Cleaning, Sanitizing and Deodorizing Guidelines
Sewage Pump Notice
Products that have pumped sewage and are being returned for warranty repair or replacement must be cleaned, sanitized and deodorized as necessary prior to shipment, to insure that employees will not be exposed to health hazards in handling said material.
All applicable Laws and Regulations shall apply.
Un-cleaned pumps will be refused for obvious reasons.
Use gloves, mask, eye protection and protective clothing
Pressure-clean the complete pump and cord
Unclog the pump as necessary
Pressure-clean the inside of the casing and impeller area.
Apply a chlorine and water solution to all areas
Let the unit dry
Deodorize with a non-flammable commercial deodorizer as required
Double-bag in heavy duty trash bags
Pack as appropriate for shipment
To make a 5% chlorine solution, add 3/4 cup Clorox bleach to one (1) gallon of water.
You can verify the chlorine concentration by using test paper available at food supply warehouses or chemical supply companies.
ONLY USE BLEACH THAT HAS “SANITIZES” OR “KILLS GERMS” ON THE LABEL.
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