How Is The Bleaching Effect Of Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate?

- May 31, 2019-

 Sodium dichloroisocyanurate, also known as chlorhexidine, is an organochlorine disinfectant, white powder, tablet or granule. It is stable in nature and has an effective chlorine content of 45%, 56% and 60%. It is a good effect and applicability. Wide and new systemic fungicides can kill all kinds of bacteria, algae, fungi, etc.


      Sodium dichloroisocyanurate has a wide range of applications, such as swimming pool water treatment, industrial circulating water algae removal, drinking water disinfection, disinfection of hotels, restaurants, hospitals, etc., then how about its bleaching effect?

      In the textile industry, sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a bleaching agent mainly used for natural fibers and synthetic fibers. Sodium dichloroisocyanurate can produce hypochlorous acid in water. Hypochlorous acid can react with the conjugate bond of the chromophoric group in the fiber to change the wavelength of the fiber to absorb light and destroy the pigment in the fiber. The purpose of bleaching is not only the bleaching effect is good, but also the fiber erosion is small, and the tensile strength and elongation of the fiber can be improved. For the cotton fabric, the cotton pulp is removed, the hydrophilicity is improved, and the cellulose degradation is prevented.


      At the same time, sodium dichloroisocyanurate can also be used as an additive in household detergents, bleaching detergents, cleaning powders, dishwashing liquids, etc., to bleach, sterilize, increase the function of detergents, and is also very useful. Safe, simple, and durable, you can use it with confidence.