ODORx Crystal Odor Counteractant Commercial Cherry. Crystal Odor Counteractant (C.O.C.) is used in the second step in the Unsmoke 3-Step Odor Removal Process. C.O.C. is a blend of odor control essential oils and evaporative control agents that are immobilized on a solid, absorbent supporting crystal. When C.O.C. is exposed, its time release formulation allows odor control agents to get into the air. C.O.C. recommended in controlling the smoke odor derived from wood, paper and synthetics such as plastic and rubber.
Easy-to-use odor crystals. COC Commercial combines chemical odor neutralizers and natural absorbents in a long-lasting, ready-to-use dry deodorizer. Effective against sewage, putrefaction and more.
- Proprietary blend of odor control essential oils and evaporative control agents in a solid crystal form.
- Bulk package for maximum versatility.
- Sprinkle across floors or placed in HVAC systems ducting.
- Inserted into difficult to reach areas such as insulation, attics and crawl spaces, and above suspended ceilings.
- C.O.C. is most effective when used within the Proven Odor Removal System.
- Coverage: Dependent on application. On floors, 4 ounces per 200 square feet. As suppression spray, 500 square feet per gallon.
- Form: Crystalline powder
- Colour: Black and beige
- Odour: Cherry
- pH: No information
- Speficic gravity: ≈2.5
- Package size: 8 lb Jars (3.6 kg), 4 jars/case
- Ready to use: Yes
- Dilution: RTU granules
- Xactimate: CLNDODRCRY
- Product Number: 102469 / 431502901
Mixing: None required.
3-Step Odor Removal Process. C.O.C. is most effective when used within this process. The process resolves even the most challenging odors in any indoor environment. Always refer to product labels and User Guides for specific application instructions.
Step 1: Suppression spray. Odor sources can be rapidly reduced by applying an odor counteractant such as 9-D-9 or Double-O with a compression sprayer. It is important that the solution come in direct contact with all contaminated surfaces that might be a source of odor. This provides an initial control of strong, objectionable odors so that clean up crews can enter the area. Special instructions for strong smoke odors: For smoke odors in charred wood, attic insulation, and ceiling/wall voids, use the following mixture as a suppression spray: Add to an empty 5 gallon (20 liter) pail 1 gallon (4 liters) of Unsoot Encapsulant, 1 quart (0.95 liter) 9-D-9, and up to 5 ounces (150 ml) Last Resort. Add water to make 5 gallons (20 liters) and apply the mixture with an airless paint sprayer. Covers 500 square feet per gallon (49 square meters per 4 liters). Now proceed with Step 2.
Step 2: Apply C.O.C. C.O.C. has several applications:
- Floors: Sprinkle C.O.C. at a rate of 4 ounces per 200 square feet (120 mL per 20 square meters) of floor area. C.O.C. remains in place during the cleaning process. Since cleaning is normally performed in a top-down (ceiling to floor manner), the floor is cleaned last and C.O.C. is removed at that time.
- Pet Odours: Sprinkle as needed under carpet and pad. If product scent is too strong, simply reduce quantities.
- Furnaces and Air Handlers: 1) Turn off blower. 2) Clean and/or change filters. 3) Place a shallow container of C.O.C. in the plenum area. When blower is activated, C.O.C. will deodorize the system. If using C.O.C. Professional, remove the container lid and place the open container in to plenum area. Caution: do not inject C.O.C. into HVAC ducting
Step 3: Thermal fogging. Apply thermal fogging according to product label directions. Be sure to ventilate the treatment area thoroughly before permitting the area to be reoccupied.
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