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XOCT25 Odor control tablet, tube of 15
XOCT25-8 Odor control tablet case, 8-Pack of tubes
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Odor Control Tablets Cures Sump Hangover

Even with preventative coolant maintenance, some sumps still smell, especially after the weekend. The best short term solution is the Odor Control Tablet, which safely re-balances the coolant's pH-thus reducing the foul smell.

Should your tank configuration not lend itself to proper aeration or the coolant batch is rather old, the Odor Control Tablet may also be your best long term solution.

  • Eliminates sump odors caused by bacterial emissions (hydrogen sulfide)
  • Safe for most coolants when used as directed
  • Recommended dosage is 1 tablet per 25 gallons every 2 weeks
  • Safer and more economical than biocides (contains no formaldehyde or other harmful chemicals)
  • Works best when used with Oxygenator™\
  • 15 tablets per tube
  • Each tablet measures 2" Ø

 

new and old coolantTestimonial - XOCT Series
"Zebra [Odor Control] Tablets are different from other products. It removes bacteria circumstance and prevents coolant odor. With tablets [left] clear as new coolant, no odor, and easier cleaning [of] stained parts. [The sample with] no tablets [right] has foul smells and hard cleaning [of] stained parts." Yong Lee, Greentec Co. Ltd. c/o B & G Steel Co., S Korea, 17Apr09

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