The so-called pool water treatment is the use of professional technology or reagents to disinfect, remove algae, purify and other water to make the water to a certain quality requirements. So what effect does sodium dichloroisocyanurate have on swimming pool water treatment?
Swimming pool disinfection is a problem that every swimming pool must face, because the water has dander, grease, and sweat, which will slowly breed microorganisms or bacteria, turning the pool into green.
Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a chlorine-containing disinfectant. It has the advantages of broad spectrum, stability and low toxicity. It can kill a variety of pathogenic microorganisms, and can quickly kill algae, cyanobacteria and other algae in the pool water.
The swimming pool water is not sterilized, and the consequences are quite serious. The swimming pool should be disinfected. If there is a layer of smooth and dirty microbial algae on the wall, the water will emit an unpleasant smell, and the serious damage is skin infection.
Therefore, the contribution of sodium dichloroisocyanurate to swimming pool water treatment is mainly reflected in disinfection and rapid killing of bacteria and algae. Because of its good stability, good safety, convenient operation and long service life, it is one of the commonly used water treatment methods.