Shock ta Clear and VacK ta Clear time-released tablets

Jan. 1, 1998
Shock `ta` Clear and VacK `ta` Clear are time-released tablets that keep vacuum systems like new. When the tablets come in contact with the fluids, they release chemicals through the lines, which will neutralize the bioburden and treat the lines to maintain a strong suction. Start by using Shock `ta` Clear, a concentrate that will break up and remove old accumulations that have built up deep inside the lines of the vacuum systems. After shocking the system, use VacK `ta` Clear tablets, a weekly

Shock `ta` Clear and VacK `ta` Clear are time-released tablets that keep vacuum systems like new. When the tablets come in contact with the fluids, they release chemicals through the lines, which will neutralize the bioburden and treat the lines to maintain a strong suction. Start by using Shock `ta` Clear, a concentrate that will break up and remove old accumulations that have built up deep inside the lines of the vacuum systems. After shocking the system, use VacK `ta` Clear tablets, a weekly maintenance-cleaning and sanitizing tablet.

Call Palmero Health Care at (800) 344-6424.

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