Hygiene

At home and in commercial applications we increasingly have to take care of our hygiene.  In terms of grease these solutions have so far been hard to come by.  Finally after years of development Biofatex has developed a solution proven by TUV and other institutions to solve the grease problem.  This Biofatex granulate breaks down grease to the point where it allows existing microorganisms to 'inhale' the grease in a short amount of time---all, in a biological way, without chemicals and with benefits to the environment.

The proven results:
- No more bad smells or odors
- Ability to meet government standards when producing food commercially
- Improvement of the hygiene
- Reduction in operating costs

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Biological Hygiene

Bioli Bac reduces existing organic substances such as fats and oils.  In a normal setting these substances are being consumed over years by microorganisms or small pests or in the sewage treatment plant.  During this timeframe these fats and oils cause smells and odors as well as clogged pipes. 
Bioli Bac speeds up the break down of these fats and oils in a natural way.  The grease is broken down into small parts and the duration of the biological decomposition is greatly increased.  The product can be used in higher dosages as well.  It is a natural product free from any harmful substances.  It is non toxic, non flammable and free of any artificial additives.

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Usage

Bioli Bac is used in commercial food processing establishment, hospitals as well as in restaurants and anywhere where Hygiene is to be achieved in an environmentally friendly way: The cleaning of drains and sinks, pipes and grease traps, for example.

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How it works

Bioli Bac 'digests' organic oils and plants as well as starches. These substances are digested to the point that they no longer smell, stick or cause a congestion. What then follows is a complete decomposition in a biological way through microorganisms in the environment by breaking down the grease. The remaining byproduct is only CO2 and Water.

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