Tri-Phasic 12™ is a proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals and organic nutrients used to stimulate microbial activity in product applications for Micro-Bac International, Inc.® biological products where indigenous nutrients are insufficient to support optimal microbial activity. Such applications include bioremediation of contaminated soil and water. Tri-Phasic 12™ may also be used in the remediation of oligotrophic waters and tank bottoms. By lowering the carbon/nitrogen ratio, biodegradation is enhanced and mineralization is promoted. Tri-Phasic 12™ is supplied in an easy-to-use colloidal liquid form that flows and is freely soluble in water. It is designed to be used in conjunction with Micro-Bac International, Inc.® products such as M-1000®H.
Tri-Phasic 12™ contains all the major and minor mineral compounds as well as defined vitamins required by the specific microorganisms used in the Micro-Bac International, Inc.® products. It supports maximal activity of these microorganisms under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions.
- Color: dark brown layers
- pH Concentrated: circa 4.3
- pH diluted: 5-8
- Shipping Size: 1 gallon container
- Odor: mild
- Weight per Gallon:11.4lbs
- Specific Gravity 1.30
- Solubility: >2 gal per 100 gal water
The Technical Staff of Micro-Bac International, Inc.® can provide dosage recommendations based on the design and volumes of the project site. For example one container of Tri-Phasic 12™ nutrient is generally used with 50 cubic yards of contaminated soil.
Tri-Phasic 12™ is generally dissolved in water at a rate of 1 container per 55 gallons. It is generally applied after and occasionally simultaneous with microbial treatments.
HANDLING & SAFETY
Tri-Phasic 12™ is a natural product that meets EPA requirements for release into the environment. Special clothing or equipment is not required for handling Tri-Phasic 12™ although contact by inhalation or touch should be avoided and the use of gloves and a dust respirator is suggested. Routine hygiene should be observed.
Tri-Phasic 12™ is shipped in a one gallon container, F.O.B. Round Rock, Texas