What's The Difference Between Trichloroisocyanuric Acid And Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate ?

- Jul 28, 2020-

Trichloroisocyanuric acid is a chlorinated isocyanuric acid compound, which is an important bleaching agent, chlorinating agent and disinfectant. It is graded with traditional chlorinating agents (such as liquid chlorine, bleaching powder, bleaching powder essence), with high effective chlorine content, stable storage and transportation, convenient molding and use, high sterilization and bleaching power, long release of effective chlorine in water, and safety. It is non-toxic and other characteristics, so its development and research are paid attention to by various countries.

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Sodium dichloroisocyanurate is a white powder or granular solid. It is the most broad-spectrum, high-efficiency and safe disinfectant among oxidizing disinfectants, and it is also the leading product among chlorinated isocyanurates. It can powerfully kill various pathogenic microorganisms such as bacterial spores, bacterial propagules, fungi, etc., and has a specific killing effect on hepatitis viruses.

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The difference between them is that under the same effective chlorine concentration, the bactericidal effect of trichloroisocyanuric acid is better than that

 of sodium dichloroisocyanurate. This is why trichloroisocyanuric acid can stand out among many swimming pool disinfectants.