Below are the instructions for using this phosphate sediment remover as well as the MSDS information for safety and general knowledge.


Below are the instructions for applying CLEAR WELL S/R  (sediment remover)as well as its MSDS information.


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Mix 12 lbs. of S/R with 50 gal. of water and 2 lbs. of chlorine, mix to a solution and pour solution into well, do not pour any granules into the well that settle in the bottom of mixing container.

After 3 to 4 hours, displace enough water to push the chemical back into the formation.

Agitate the well every 30 min. for 2 to 3 hours and then let it sit in the well for 24 hrs. After 24 hrs., agitate the well every 10 minutes for 30 minutes and then pump well out.

After treatment is over and you’ve got the results you expected, chlorinate the well and force chlorine back into the formation and let sit for 12 hrs.

Sometimes a second treatment is needed during serious conditions.

One Application = 12lbs. of Clear Well S/R

4″ Well – 1 application / 6″ Well – 2 Applications / 8″ Well – 3 Applications / 10″ Well – 4 Applications, Etc

These applications are good for any well with up to 400′ of standing water.

For wells over 400′ of standing water, use twice the recommended doses.

Material Safety Data Sheet

Product Name: Clear Well S/R

Date: 1/1/1992

Chemical Family: Phosphate

Formula: Proprietary information of components.

DOT Class: None

Manufacturer: Clear Well Products, LLC

Address: PO Box 17942 – Natchez, MS 39122

Phone: 601-597-3624

Hazardous Ingredients

No constituents of this product are considered hazardous under OSHA 29CFR1910,1200.

Physical Hazards

Melting Point: 552C

PH: 9.7-10.1 (as a 1% solution@25C

Condition to Avoid: None


Stability: Stable

Precautions For Safe Handling And Use

Eye Protection: This product does not cause significant eye irritation or eye toxicity requiring special protection. Use good industrial practice to avoid eye contact,

Hand/Skin Protection: Although this product does not present a significant skin concern, minimize skin contamination by following good industrial practices.  Wearing protective gloves is recommended. Wash hands and contaminated skin thoroughly after handling.

Respiratory Protection: Avoid breathing dust. Use respirator when airborne exposure limits are exceeded.

Stability and Reactivity

Product is stable under normal conditions of storage and handling.

Conditions to Avoid: None Known.

Materials to Avoid: None Known.

Hazardous Decomposition Products: None Known.

Methods For Cleaning Up

In case of spill: Sweep, scoop or vacuum and remove. If possible, cleanup on a dry basis. Flush residual spill area with water.

This information is believed to be reliable, however, no warranty express or implied is made as to its accuracy or completeness and none is made as to the fitness of this material for any purpose. The manufacturer shall not be liable for damages to person or property resulting from its use. Nothing wherein shall be construed as a recommendation for use in violation of any patent.

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