PAK 27 Algaecide's active ingredient, sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate, creates a powerful oxidation reaction that destroys algal cell membranes and chlorophyll, providing immediate control of algae.
PAK 27 Granular Algaecide is an effective and environmental compatible algaecide that can be used as both a selective and broad-spectrum algae control solution.
PAK 27 Algaecide is approved for use as an algaestat or algaecide for the selective and broad-spectrum control of algae and cyanobacteria in lakes, ponds, drinking water reservoirs, aquaculture and wastewater. PAK 27 works through an oxidation process, releasing hydrogen peroxide into the water supply. PAK 27 has no fishing, no drinking, no swimming, and no irrigation restrictions. PAK 27 is safe to use in water bodies with Koi and trout.
PAK 27 Algaecide, How it Works:
Privately owned water supplies are threatened by excessive nutrients entering through lawn and garden run-off, wastewater discharges, detergent wastes, septic tank seepage and agricultural run-off. Excessive nutrients support dynamic growth of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and other aquatic algae, interfering with intended water uses and sometimes presenting health hazards to humans and animals. PAK 27 is the choice to keep your lakes, fishing and stock ponds, aquaculture sites and other private water bodies, pleasing to the eye and safe for your enjoyment. PAK 27 creates a powerful oxidation reaction that destroys algal cell membranes and chlorophyll, providing immediate control of algae. For best results apply early when algae growth first appears.
PAK 27 may also be used with Phoslock® phosphorus locking technology to provide an integrated approach for the control of nuisance algae and reduction of phosphorus pollution.
Waters treated with PAK 27 can be used during and after application for swimming, fishing, drinking, and irrigation.
Aquatic Products may not be registered for use in your state or locale. Check to be sure a specific use pattern is approved in your area before you purchase. Check product labeling or your local state agency for more information. Most current product labels are available by visiting the product manufacturers website or at https://www.cdms.net