Precautions For Using Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate

- Aug 04, 2020-

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is now widely used in sterilization and disinfection in various places because of its strong sterilization ability and good disinfection. The killing effect on microorganisms and algae is very fast. Therefore, there are several problems that must be paid attention to when using sodium dichloroisocyanurate.



The first is storage. It is known that sodium dichloroisocyanurate is generally in powder, granular and flake form. After purchase, try to continue to store in dry conditions, so as not to affect the effectiveness of the drug due to the proximity of the environment.

 

Secondly, when used, sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a chemical and slightly toxic. It must be used in accordance with the strict regulations of the manufacturer, and it must be diluted if it is used after dilution. It is recommended to wear gloves and a mask to avoid irritation on the skin.


Sodium dichloroisocyanurate itself is not flammable and explosive, but it should not be mixed with other chemicals, especially with liquid ammonia, ammonia, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium chloride, urea, etc. containing ammonia, ammonium, amine Inorganic salt and organic matter are mixed and mixed, otherwise it is easy to explode or burn.


We often use sodium dichloroisocyanurate for disinfection and sterilization. While it brings us benefits, we must also remember that it has a temper. Don't violate its taboos casually.