RO Treatment Drinking Water Purification Machine (1000L/H)
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Chemical Name Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Effective Chlorine: ≥ 90.0% PH(1% solution) : 2.7 to 3.3 Moisture: ≤ 0.5% Formula: C3O3N3Cl3 CAS No.: 87-90-1 UN NO. / IMO: 2468 / 5.1 Molecular Weight: 232.44 Appearance: White Powder, Granules,Tablets Solubility at 25°c 1. 2 (gm / 100 gm water) APPLICATION
1. Water Treatment Portable Water Treatment, Sewage Water Treatment,Commercial drinking water Swimming Pool Daily Disinfection, Sanitizer for private Swimming Pool 2. Cleaning Bleaching agent, Bathroon Cleaner, Household disinfectant Packing and shipping:
Carton: for small and light parts only.
Wooden Box: for small and heavy parts, pumps, or small systems.
Plastic Film Wrapping: for large-size skids, systems.
Container: for containerized systems.
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