Wastewater Treatment Products


Accell® treats BOD, TSS, FOG, and DO levels in water systems. Accell® reduces hydrogen sulfide in sewer systems for odor control and capital equipment preservation by reducing and even eliminating corrosion. Accell® is NSF Standard 60 Approved for Drinking Water Treatment and holds the IBAMA Registration (Brazil).


Dose levels of Accell® are dependent on the type of equipment used, and the condition of the water in terms of levels of BOD, TSS, FOG, and DO. For use in sewer systems to reduce fats, oils, and grease (“FOG”) dose Accell® at 10 ppm for first 30 days and 3 ppm thereafter. Typical dose range for municipal systems is 1-3 ppm continuous feed. Lower dose rates in the event of foaming.

Storage and Handling

Accell® is to be handled with protective gloves and eye/face protection. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. Keep container tightly closed until ready for use. Store in cool, well ventilated place that is locked. Dispose of contents and container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations. Do not reuse empty container. Accell® has a shelf life of 2 years.
Typical Properties
NSF/ANSI Standard 60 badge
Appearance Clear to hazy, light amber liquid
pH 4.0 – 5.0
Specific Gravity @ 25°C 1.00 – 1.04
Density, lbs/U.S. gal 8.50 – 8.75
Flash Point >93.3°C (>200°F)
Percent Volatile (15 min @ 105°C)     89 – 93
Boiling Point >100°C (>212°F)
Freezing Point <0°C (<32°F)
Accell® treatment in water systems treats sludge and increases oxygen in wastewater systems
Accell® is a registered trademark of Advanced BioCatalytics.