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What makes urine smell?

Urine is composed of about 95% water, 2.5% urea and the remaining 2.5% is a mixture of minerals, salt, hormones and enzymes, including ammonia. When the ammonia excreted by urine comes into contact with bacteria present in the urinal, ammonia oxide is developed and emits odour that is not tolerable to human smell, causing the urine odour we know.

The conventional way of eliminating the odour is by flushing urine with water, providing temporary solution to smell, until ammonia oxide starts building up again, brought about by bacteria thriving on damp conditions in watered urinals. The process is then repeated by flushing the urinal again , but each time we flush around 15 to 20 litres of precious water is wasted, or on an average use for a commercial establishment, this is equivalent to around 150,000 litres of water each year.


How cleanviro eliminates urine odour
- Cleanviro Odour-Control Tablet can absorb many times its own weight in odorous molecules.
- It contains proprietary elements which react with ammonia and amines to convert them to harmless elements.
- When urine makes contact with the cleanviro tablet, it encapsulates and emulsifies the urine odour and convert it to a fragrant smell

 

 

Featured Product:
 
CleanviroTM odour-control urinal tablet
 
Main features:
- Cleanviro's unique mixture of plant extracts and propietory elements eliminates and emulsifies urine odour
- Contains microbial ingredients that prevent uric and lime scale buildup
- simply toss into an existing urinal and make it waterless in an instant
- Almost 99% daily water savings
- Save thousands of litres of fresh water with just one cleanviro tablet
 
 
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