What Is Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate?

- Jul 30, 2020-

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate, also known as Uchlorine or wool finishing agent, is white powdery crystals or granules at room temperature with a chlorine odor. Its molecular formula is C3Cl2N3NaO3 and its molecular weight is 219.95. Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a commonly used disinfectant. It has strong oxidizing properties and has a strong killing effect on various pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacterial spores, and fungi. It is a widely used disinfectant. Efficient fungicide.


As a new type of systemic fungicide, DCCNa has a wide range of applications, high efficiency and strong killing effect. Various pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacterial spores, fungi, etc. are difficult to survive in its aqueous solution, and have special effects in killing hepatitis viruses. It can also kill and inhibit algae in the circulating water system and pools in a short time. And sulfate reducing bacteria, iron bacteria. DCCNa is chemically stable, convenient for storage and transportation, and can be stored for a long time under dry conditions, and the loss of available chlorine is basically negligible; using a small amount of DCCNa can perform disinfection and sterilization for a long time. When DCCNa exerts its disinfection effect, it will slowly release hypochlorous acid on the surface of sprayed crops. Hypochlorous acid can denature the bacterial protein and change the membrane permeability, thereby making the enzyme system physiological and biochemical functions and Functions such as DNA synthesis cannot operate normally, leading to the rapid death of pathogenic bacteria.