NuWell 100 Pelletized Well Cleaner

SKU:
 NW100-4.5

The best selling household well cleaner on the market, the NuWell-100 well cleaner breaks down mineral buildup at the source. With its unique pelletized design, the NuWell sinks to the bottom of your well and effectively cleans your well point or screen. Unlike muriatic acid, which eats metal and over time destroys your well; its specially formulated Sulfamic Acid is safe to use on all well materials. Designed with the everyday user in mind, the pH color indicator makes it easy for anyone to see if the water is still acidic or not.

Note: For wells larger than 8" we recommend using our NuWell 110 Granular Acid. It is the same active ingredients in larger quantities and a stronger dose. This makes for a more practical purchase in deep and/or wide wells.


DESCRIPTION
- Dry, pelletized acid that sinks in water for cleaning wells
- Cleans calcium and magnesium carbonate scale, iron deposits and moderate biological growth
- Contains color indicator to allow visual monitoring of pH during treatment
- Can be poured directly into a well without dangerous splashing vapors, unlike hydrochloric acid
- Easy to use and transport
- NSF certified for potable water well use

HOW TO USE:
Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is formulated for pouring directly into the well. While it may be dissolved and pumped into the well as a liquid, the pellet form rapidly falls through the water column, providing concentrated acid cleaning power at the bottom of the well. The sinking pellets are ideal for wells with short to moderate lengths of the screen at the bottom. Agitation of the acid into the blocked area will greatly enhance cleaning. The acid solution should remain in contact for a period of 24 to 48 hours, depending on the nature of the blockage. The table provides recommended dosages for general well cleaning. The amount of acid consumed will depend on the degree of mineral scaling in the well.

FAQ:
Q: What kind of pipe can the NuWell be used with?
A: NuWell 100 is safe to use on all well materials. Whether you are using a PVC pipe or Steel, The NuWell 100 only attacks the minerals and leaves your casing like new.

Q: I am getting a lot of foam or bubbles in my well after I added the NuWell 100, is this normal?
A: Yes, this is perfectly normal. NuWell produces Carbon Dioxide gas while it attacks the mineral deposits in your well. If you get excessive foam, you may need to add water to the well and a second treatment may be needed to finish the cleaning process.

Q: Can I use NuWell 100 with bleach to clean and disinfect at the same time?
A: NO! DO NOT DO THIS! Choline mixed with NuWell 100 produces harmful off-gases that can be dangerous in confined spaces. Allow sufficient time between your cleaning and disinfection treatments.

Q: Will this remove the minerals coming out of my well and into my home?
A: No. This is not a water treatment method. This cleaner is designed to simply remove the scaling and mineral buildup inside your well.

Q: After treatment, what do I do with the water in the well?
A: NuWell 100 is a mild acid with no lasting effects on the environment. It can, however, kill plant life in concentrated doses when left at a low pH level. We recommend using our pH Acidic Water neutralizer to bring the discharged water up to a level safe for plant life. We also recommend contacting your local government agencies for additional guidance and restrictions in your area.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, SHIPPING, AND HANDLING
Appearance: Yellow-brown pellet
Density: Approximately 70 lb./ft.3
Solubility: Approximately 20% by weight @ 68°F (20°C) (approximately 1 lb./gal. of water)
- Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is a strong acid-base and should not be stored with strong alkaline materials or oxidizers
- Dust respirators and goggles should be worn where the possibility of dust or mist exists
- Not regulated as a hazardous material under 49CFR 172.101, RECRA, SARA and CERCLA
- Additional physical and handling data are available on the product MSDS
- Decomposes at 390° F (200°C)

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  • Description
    The best selling household well cleaner on the market, the NuWell-100 well cleaner breaks down mineral buildup at the source. With its unique pelletized design, the NuWell sinks to the bottom of your well and effectively cleans your well point or screen. Unlike muriatic acid, which eats metal and over time destroys your well; its specially formulated Sulfamic Acid is safe to use on all well materials. Designed with the everyday user in mind, the pH color indicator makes it easy for anyone to see if the water is still acidic or not. Note: For wells larger than 8" we recommend using our NuWell 110 Granular Acid. It is the same active ingredients in larger quantities and a stronger dose. This makes for a more practical purchase in deep and/or wide wells. DESCRIPTION- Dry, pelletized acid that sinks in water for cleaning wells- Cleans calcium and magnesium carbonate scale, iron deposits and moderate biological growth- Contains color indicator to allow visual monitoring of pH during treatment- Can be poured directly into a well without dangerous splashing vapors, unlike hydrochloric acid- Easy to use and transport- NSF certified for potable water well use HOW TO USE:Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is formulated for pouring directly into the well. While it may be dissolved and pumped into the well as a liquid, the pellet form rapidly falls through the water column, providing concentrated acid cleaning power at the bottom of the well. The sinking pellets are ideal for wells with short to moderate lengths of the screen at the bottom. Agitation of the acid into the blocked area will greatly enhance cleaning. The acid solution should remain in contact for a period of 24 to 48 hours, depending on the nature of the blockage. The table provides recommended dosages for general well cleaning. The amount of acid consumed will depend on the degree of mineral scaling in the well. FAQ:Q: What kind of pipe can the NuWell be used with?A: NuWell 100 is safe to use on all well materials. Whether you are using a PVC pipe or Steel, The NuWell 100 only attacks the minerals and leaves your casing like new. Q: I am getting a lot of foam or bubbles in my well after I added the NuWell 100, is this normal?A: Yes, this is perfectly normal. NuWell produces Carbon Dioxide gas while it attacks the mineral deposits in your well. If you get excessive foam, you may need to add water to the well and a second treatment may be needed to finish the cleaning process. Q: Can I use NuWell 100 with bleach to clean and disinfect at the same time?A: NO! DO NOT DO THIS! Choline mixed with NuWell 100 produces harmful off-gases that can be dangerous in confined spaces. Allow sufficient time between your cleaning and disinfection treatments. Q: Will this remove the minerals coming out of my well and into my home?A: No. This is not a water treatment method. This cleaner is designed to simply remove the scaling and mineral buildup inside your well. Q: After treatment, what do I do with the water in the well?A: NuWell 100 is a mild acid with no lasting effects on the environment. It can, however, kill plant life in concentrated doses when left at a low pH level. We recommend using our pH Acidic Water neutralizer to bring the discharged water up to a level safe for plant life. We also recommend contacting your local government agencies for additional guidance and restrictions in your area. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, SHIPPING, AND HANDLINGAppearance: Yellow-brown pelletDensity: Approximately 70 lb./ft.3Solubility: Approximately 20% by weight @ 68°F (20°C) (approximately 1 lb./gal. of water)- Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is a strong acid-base and should not be stored with strong alkaline materials or oxidizers- Dust respirators and goggles should be worn where the possibility of dust or mist exists- Not regulated as a hazardous material under 49CFR 172.101, RECRA, SARA and CERCLA- Additional physical and handling data are available on the product MSDS- Decomposes at 390° F (200°C)
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The best selling household well cleaner on the market, the NuWell-100 well cleaner breaks down mineral buildup at the source. With its unique pelletized design, the NuWell sinks to the bottom of your well and effectively cleans your well point or screen. Unlike muriatic acid, which eats metal and over time destroys your well; its specially formulated Sulfamic Acid is safe to use on all well materials. Designed with the everyday user in mind, the pH color indicator makes it easy for anyone to see if the water is still acidic or not.

Note: For wells larger than 8" we recommend using our NuWell 110 Granular Acid. It is the same active ingredients in larger quantities and a stronger dose. This makes for a more practical purchase in deep and/or wide wells.


DESCRIPTION
- Dry, pelletized acid that sinks in water for cleaning wells
- Cleans calcium and magnesium carbonate scale, iron deposits and moderate biological growth
- Contains color indicator to allow visual monitoring of pH during treatment
- Can be poured directly into a well without dangerous splashing vapors, unlike hydrochloric acid
- Easy to use and transport
- NSF certified for potable water well use

HOW TO USE:
Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is formulated for pouring directly into the well. While it may be dissolved and pumped into the well as a liquid, the pellet form rapidly falls through the water column, providing concentrated acid cleaning power at the bottom of the well. The sinking pellets are ideal for wells with short to moderate lengths of the screen at the bottom. Agitation of the acid into the blocked area will greatly enhance cleaning. The acid solution should remain in contact for a period of 24 to 48 hours, depending on the nature of the blockage. The table provides recommended dosages for general well cleaning. The amount of acid consumed will depend on the degree of mineral scaling in the well.

FAQ:
Q: What kind of pipe can the NuWell be used with?
A: NuWell 100 is safe to use on all well materials. Whether you are using a PVC pipe or Steel, The NuWell 100 only attacks the minerals and leaves your casing like new.

Q: I am getting a lot of foam or bubbles in my well after I added the NuWell 100, is this normal?
A: Yes, this is perfectly normal. NuWell produces Carbon Dioxide gas while it attacks the mineral deposits in your well. If you get excessive foam, you may need to add water to the well and a second treatment may be needed to finish the cleaning process.

Q: Can I use NuWell 100 with bleach to clean and disinfect at the same time?
A: NO! DO NOT DO THIS! Choline mixed with NuWell 100 produces harmful off-gases that can be dangerous in confined spaces. Allow sufficient time between your cleaning and disinfection treatments.

Q: Will this remove the minerals coming out of my well and into my home?
A: No. This is not a water treatment method. This cleaner is designed to simply remove the scaling and mineral buildup inside your well.

Q: After treatment, what do I do with the water in the well?
A: NuWell 100 is a mild acid with no lasting effects on the environment. It can, however, kill plant life in concentrated doses when left at a low pH level. We recommend using our pH Acidic Water neutralizer to bring the discharged water up to a level safe for plant life. We also recommend contacting your local government agencies for additional guidance and restrictions in your area.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, SHIPPING, AND HANDLING
Appearance: Yellow-brown pellet
Density: Approximately 70 lb./ft.3
Solubility: Approximately 20% by weight @ 68°F (20°C) (approximately 1 lb./gal. of water)
- Nu-Well 100 pelletized acid is a strong acid-base and should not be stored with strong alkaline materials or oxidizers
- Dust respirators and goggles should be worn where the possibility of dust or mist exists
- Not regulated as a hazardous material under 49CFR 172.101, RECRA, SARA and CERCLA
- Additional physical and handling data are available on the product MSDS
- Decomposes at 390° F (200°C)