The Amount Of Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Used In Agriculture

- Jun 18, 2019-

First of all, we must know that sodium dichloroisocyanurate is the leading product in chloroisocyanuric acid. This product is mainly used for sterilization. As a disinfectant, it is most commonly used in swimming pool water disinfection, but it can also be used in agricultural production. How to use sodium dichloroisocyanurate in agriculture, we will explain how to use this product.

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate has a broad spectrum of sterilization and has a strong killing effect on bacterial propagules, viruses, fungi and bacterial spores. The following are the usage amounts of Escherichia coli and Bacillus anthracis spores in water.

1. For E. coli in water, the dosage is equivalent to 3Mg/l of effective chlorine, at 16-20 degrees Celsius, 30min can kill 99.999%; at 2-5 degrees Celsius, it can kill 99.92%. Using 60 mg/L of available chlorine, the cells can be killed by the action of the waxy bacillus spores at 30 degrees Celsius for 60 minutes;

2. For Bacillus anthracis spores, the same effect can be obtained in 5 minutes under the same conditions. At 15 degrees Celsius, 600 mg/L sodium dichloroisocyanate requires 120 min to kill hepatitis B virus, 60 min for 900 mg/L, 20 min for 1200 MG/min, and 10 min for 1500 mg/L.

Sodium dichloroisocyanurate has strong antibacterial properties and is more bactericidal than other similar chloramine disinfectants. When using, it is necessary to pay attention to the factors affecting the disinfection ability: the concentration and the action time are strengthened with the increase of the concentration and the prolongation of the action time.