C21000 Well-Safe Well Sanitizer Pack

Price $25.99
Availability: In stock
  • Do it yourself' (instructions included)
  • Chlorinating pellets and granules to treat your entire well
  • Properly shock your system from "top to bottom"
  • Kills bacteria and eliminates odors
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The 'Well Safe' Well Sanitizer Kit treats your entire well in an easy-to-follow process. Use twice a year to prolong pump life and safely treat unwanted conditions in your well. USDA Food Grade, NSF Listed Standard 60 and EPA Registered.
Package Qty 1
Used In Brands Well-Safe
Manufacturer's Id C21000
MSDS Document WELL-SAFE-C21000
UPC 610585815939
Filter Life (gallons) 100
Filter Life (liters) 378.54
Filter Life (months) 4 months
Includes Chlorinating pellets Chlorinating granules

Reduced Contaminants

The WELL-SAFE-C21000 reduces the following contaminants:

  • Fluoride NF


  1. Bypass the water softener, other filters, or purification equipment
  2. Remove the cap or seal from the casing and, if possible, measure the depth of water in the well to determine how much sanitizer should be used. As a general rule, it is better to use too much sanitizer than too little
  3. Use a pipe to get by any restriction in the well. A 10-foot length of 3/4-inch PVC is usually ideal (if it is not possible to remove the well cap, remove vent or sanitation plug)
  4. Drop one tablet into the well and listen to hear if the tablet hits the water. If the tablet hits the water, drop the remaining determined number of sanitizing tablets needed into the well
  5. Mix the determined amount of granules needed in a clean, plastic five gallon container of water and pour the solution down the well to sanitize the upper portion of the well. Do not add water to product
  6. It is necessary to circulate the water in the well to mix the sanitizer thoroughly throughout the entire water system. Connect a hose to an outside silcock that is located after the pressure tank and run water back down the well
  7. After approximately 15 minutes of circulating the water, a strong chlorine odor should be present; if not, repeat steps 4 and 5. Run water until you detect chlorine odor at all taps. Allow the sanitized water to stand in the system for at least six hours
  8. Iron, slime, and organic material may come loose and plug pump screens. DO NOT RUN PUMP IF WATER DOES NOT FLOW. The high level of chlorine required to sanitize system is corrosive to most metals. Solution must not remain in the system more than 36 hours
  9. Chlorine may cause water to color. Open an outside faucet and flush system until no chlorine smell is detected. Flush each faucet in the system. Do not run high levels of chlorine into septic system
  10. Return all equipment to service position. The water should be tested 2 to 3 weeks after sanitizing. If bacteria, iron bacteria, sulfur, or other problems recur, contact your water professional for further treatment

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