Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is mainly used as a bleaching agent for natural fibers and synthetic fibers. Bleaching of natural and synthetic fibers destroys the pigments contained in the 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. Compared with traditional bleaching agents, sodium dichloroisocyanurate has many unique advantages. For example, general bleaching agents are required to be used at higher temperatures, and high temperature will aggravate the bleaching agent's erosion of fibers and reduce the strength of fibers. And sodium dichloroisocyanurate can achieve good bleaching effect even at lower temperatures.
Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a white powder or granular solid. It is the most broad-spectrum, high-efficiency and safe disinfectant in oxidative fungicides, and is also the leading product in chloroisocyanuric acid. It can kill various pathogenic microorganisms such as bacterial spores, bacterial propagules and fungi, and has a special killing effect on hepatitis virus, quickly killing and strongly inhibiting blue-green algae and red in circulating water, cooling towers, pools and other systems. Algae such as algae and seaweed. It has a complete killing effect on sulfuric acid reducing bacteria, iron bacteria and fungi in circulating water systems.