Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Effervescent Tablets

- Mar 14, 2019-

Trichloroisocyanuric acid effervescent tablets, commonly known as strong chlorine, molecular formula C3N3O3Cl3, referred to as TCCA, is a chlorinated derivative of isocyanuric acid with an effective chlorine content of up to 50%, mainly in the form of flakes, with strong bactericidal ability. .


Trichloroisocyanuric acid effervescent tablets are a highly effective, low-toxic, broad-spectrum, rapid disinfectant that has been widely promoted internationally. It can effectively kill a variety of bacteria, fungi, spores, mold, cholera.


It has special effects on killing hepatitis A and hepatitis B virus, and also has a good disinfection effect on sexual viruses and HIV.


It dissolves quickly and maintains the residual chlorine consumption rate when the pool load is high, thus enhancing the disinfection effect.

Its lower pH also requires a large amount of base adjustment.

Trichloroisocyanuric acid contains a stabilizer cyanuric acid, which is stable under ultraviolet light and is suitable for use in outdoor swimming pools, but it can cause stability problems in indoor swimming pools.

At the same time, the use of trichloroisocyanuric acid will inevitably produce harmful chlorinated by-products, which is a common disadvantage of chlorine-based chemicals.

There is a special water disinfectant swimming pool disinfection. The pool has a variety of disinfectants. Some people use chlorine disinfectants and some use bromine disinfection. Different disinfectants have different properties, but the price of bromine is relatively high.

And outdoor is not suitable for use, so most people use chlorine disinfectant to disinfect, according to the swimming pool situation and their own habits to choose which one (note that disinfection should not be placed when swimming) commonly used disinfectants are: 1, restore transparent swimming pool Disinfectant, 2, rehabilitation swimming pool disinfection tablets, 3, (TCCA) slow disinfectant, 4, (TCCA) slow disinfectant.