Industry Waste Water Treatment Sludge Settle Clafirier Plant

  • Industry Waste Water Treatment Sludge Settle Clafirier Plant
  • Industry Waste Water Treatment Sludge Settle Clafirier Plant
  • Shandong
  • CE, ISO
  • 1
  • $1,300.00 - $1,400.00 / Ton
  • D/A,T/T
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Specification:

Items Specification
I. Sodium Process II. Calcium Process
Super First Qualifier Super First Qualifier
Effective Chlorine(Cl) 70%min 67%min 65%min 65%min 60%min 55%min
NaCl/Sodium Chloride 9-15% 9-15% 9-15% ---- ---- ----
CaCl/Calcium Chloride --- ---- ---- 9%max 10%max 12%max
Moisture(H2O) 5-10% 5-10% 5-10% 3%max 3%max 3%max
Annual Loss Rate 10%max 10%max 10%max 8%max 8%max 10%max
Granularity(0.055-2mm) 90%min 85%min 85%min 90%min 85%min 85%min
Appearance:

White or light-grey

Powder, granular or tablets

Additional Information:

EINECS NO.:231-908-7

CAS No.: 7778-54-3

HS.Code: 2828100000

UN.NO.:2880/1748

Molecular Weight: 142.98

Formula: Ca(ClO)2

Application:

A) Swimming pools disinfection and water treatment

B) Bleaching wood pulp, silk, cloth and fibre

C) Disinfectant for chemical poisonous and radioactive substance

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