The difference between sodium dichloroisocyanurate and 84 disinfectant

- Jun 18, 2019-

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a broad-spectrum, high-efficiency, new systemic fungicide with a strong killing effect. At 20ppm, the sterilization rate reaches 99%, which can kill various bacteria, algae, fungi and germs. Its chemical properties are stable and efficient: 56% in powder form and 60% in particles. 1% solution pH: powder 5.5-7.0, particles 5.5-7.0.

The main component of 84 disinfectant is sodium hypochlorite, which has an effective content of only 5.5%-6.5% compared with sodium dichloroisocyanurate. Therefore, the scope of application is limited, and is generally used for disinfecting general object surfaces, white clothes, and hospital contaminated articles.

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is widely used in the sterilization and algae removal of industrial circulating water systems such as textiles, power plants, petroleum, chemical, electronics, etc., completely killing the bacterial growth of system pipelines, heat exchangers, cooling towers, etc. Mud blockage, corrosion of pipeline problems; disinfection of water bodies and breeding places in animal husbandry, aquatic products, etc.; in agricultural planting, fungi, bacteria and other diseases of various crops have special effects; cleaning and disinfection in food and beverage processing industries, As a swimming pool disinfectant and disinfection in public places such as hospitals and hotels; it is a bleaching and disinfecting fungicide with excellent performance in the daily chemical and textile industries.