A large number of foreign experimental studies have shown that sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a safe, non-toxic disinfectant, no "three-way" effect (carcinogenic, teratogenic, mutagenic), and does not chlorine with organic matter during the disinfection process. Generation reactions produce organic chlorides or other toxic substances that can produce "triads".
However, since sodium dichloroisocyanurate has a strong oxidizing power, it should be avoided at high concentrations. When the concentration is less than 500ppm, its effect on the human body can be neglected. When it is less than 100ppm, it will not have any influence on the human body, including physiological and biochemical effects. There is no sensitization to the skin. In fact, the conventional use concentration of sodium dichloroisocyanurate is much lower than 500 ppm, and is generally only about several tens of ppm. Therefore, sodium dichloroisocyanurate is also recognized internationally as a safe, non-toxic green disinfectant.