Comparison effect of trichloroisocyanuric acid and sodium dichloroisocyanurate

- Mar 05, 2019-

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a high-efficiency, broad-spectrum, new type of systemic fungicide with a strong killing effect. At 20 ppm, the sterilization rate reached 99%.

It kills a variety of bacteria, algae, fungi and bacteria. .

Trichloroisocyanide, alias TCCA, white crystalline powder or granular solid, has a strong chlorine pungent odor. Dichlorochemical stability. After drying under dry conditions, it can be stored and transported within half a year for easy storage and transportation. It is safe, simple, uses less, and works well.

Trichloroisocyanuric acid is a very strong oxidizing agent and chlorinating agent. It has an efficient, broad spectrum and safe disinfection effect. It has a killing effect on bacteria, viruses, fungi, spores and the like.

Must be killed.

It is a new generation of broad-spectrum, high-efficiency, low-toxic fungicides, bleaches and anti-shrinkage agents.

Mainly used for disinfection of drinking water, industrial circulating water, swimming pools, restaurants, hotels, public places, homes, hospitals, eggs and fish diseases.

Water treatment agents for bactericidal algaecides are now widely used as trichloro and dichloro. It is also a chlorine-containing agent. What is the main difference between the two?

Which disinfection and algae disinfection effect is better?

Both are chloramine disinfectants, which are commonly used organochlorine disinfectants. One of the differences is that the effective chlorine content of dichloro is 52%-60.1% and the effective chlorine content of trichloro is 85%-95.

%.

In the bactericidal effect, a simple analysis can be performed using the experimental results. The two reagents were compared by a suspension quantitative sterilization test method, and dichloropropanol and an aqueous solution of trichlorochloride containing 150 mg / L of available chlorine were used.

 In 5 minutes, the average kill logarithm was 6.71 and 7.62, respectively. The average killing log of S. aureus suspensions was 5.37 and 6.47, respectively. \ n

It can be seen that the triclosan sterilization effect is superior to the dichlorination sterilization effect under the same effective chlorine concentration. . Due to its powerful effectiveness, it is widely used in swimming pool water treatment, industrial circulating water, sterilization and algae sterilization in food factories and other factories.