Chlorine (sodium dichloroisocyanurate) ushers in peak use in circulating water systems, swimming pool disinfection, sewage treatment, aquaculture, etc., and also brings sodium dichloroisocyanurate in applications such as use and transportation. And some problems with storage. In this regard, we will publish the safety technical specification for sodium dichloroisocyanurate on the company's website. At the same time, we also ask all new and old customers to ask us for safety technical specifications in time to purchase the product, and to keep abreast of some precautions and Store knowledge. Be safe to use and avoid accidents.
Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a white crystalline powder with a strong chlorine odor. Containing available chlorine
56%, melting point 225 ° C. Soluble in water, and hydrolyzed to hypochlorous acid, the solution is weakly acidic. The pH of the 1% aqueous solution is 5.5 to 7.0. The stability of the aqueous solution is poor. At about 20 ° C, the efficiency can be lost by about 20% in one week; at 30 ° C, it can be lost by about 50%.
This product is not flammable, but it is a strong oxidizing agent and a strong chlorinating agent. When it is exposed to water or moisture, it can
It chemically reacts with water and releases a large amount of heat. If this reaction cannot be removed in time, it will release dichloro ignited and ignite. The decomposition products are: chlorine gas, carbon dioxide, sodium chloride, ammonia, and nitrogen oxides. At the same time, a large amount of smoke is released. Decomposition of heat can burn paper, wood, and wood packaging. In the case of most organic matter, chlorinated or easy oxides can catch fire. Nitrogen, ammonium salts, urea and other nitrogen-containing compounds can produce flammable and explosive nitrogen trichloride. Dust can strongly irritate the eyes, skin and respiratory system. Oral LD50 of rats: 1.4-1.7 g/kg.