The difference between sodium dichloroisocyanurate and trichloroisocyanuric acid

- Jun 06, 2019-

At present, the mainstream disinfectant products on the market are chlorine-containing products, such as: sodium dichloroisocyanurate and trichloroisocyanuric acid. These two disinfecting products are highly effective and low-toxic disinfectants, many users do not know the two. The difference is that you don't know which one to use.

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate, also known as chlorhexidine, has an effective content of 45%, 56%, 60%. Users who generally use dichlorine are worthy of its low price, like the sterilization of algae in landscape water. Dichloro can be used.

 The bactericidal ability of trichloroisocyanuric acid is much higher than that of dichlorinated disinfectant, and its effective content is 90%. The use of chlorinated disinfection sites has high requirements for hygiene, such as swimming pools and saunas. Water Environment.

        The difference between the two trichloro products is mainly the content. The user should choose the appropriate disinfectant according to the actual situation. You can also consult us and you will get a satisfactory answer.