FDA Certificated 2.6L 3.5L 3.8L Water Filter Pitcher

  • FDA Certificated 2.6L 3.5L 3.8L Water Filter Pitcher
  • FDA Certificated 2.6L 3.5L 3.8L Water Filter Pitcher
  • shandong
  • ISO,CE
  • <>2.6L
  • 1
  • US $1,300-1,800/ Ton
  • D/A,T/T
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Description:

Red and yellow have strong irritating odor gas: liquefy into red brown liquid at 11 ℃, and solidify into orange red crystal at - 59 ℃. It has a special odor like chlorine and nitric acid. The liquid is reddish brown and the solid is orange red. Boiling point 11 ℃. The relative vapor density is 2.3g/l. In case of hot water, it will decompose into hypochlorite, chlorine and oxygen, which are easy to decompose under light, and its solution is relatively stable in cold and dark places. Chlorine dioxide can react explosively with many chemicals. It is very sensitive to heat, vibration, impact and friction, and is easy to decompose and explode. When heated or exposed to light or organic substances, which can promote oxidation, it can promote decomposition and easily cause explosion. If air, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and other inert gases are used for dilution, the explosiveness will be reduced. It is a strong oxidant and its effective chlorine is 2.6 times that of chlorine. Can react violently with many substances. Very corrosive.

Application:

It is a new-generation disinfect agent of oxidized form, has the joint advantages of bromine and chlorine, with high stavilization, light odor, slow released, effecting for long time, and can be widely used.

1. Sterilizaton for swimming pools and tap water

2. Sterilization for aquaculture

3. Sterilization for industrial circulating cooling water

4. Sterilization for environments of hotel, hospital and other public places.

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