3.5g Effervescent Chlorine Tablet (2.5g NaDCC)

  • 3.5g Effervescent Chlorine Tablet (2.5g NaDCC)
  • 3.5g Effervescent Chlorine Tablet (2.5g NaDCC)
  • shandong
  • ISO
  • <>3.5g
  • 1
  • US $ 1300-1800 / Ton
  • MoneyGram,D/P
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Specification:

Item Index
 
Purity     98.5%min
PH  4-5
Fe 0.0035% max
Size (3-30mesh) 90% min

ADVANTAGES:

Hot cathode electrode, warm start, the average life expectancy of up to 8000 hours; electrodes and quartz glass tube after special treatment, extended lamp life, better maintenance of UV output. There are two lamp, respectively, with an inner diameter of 22mm and 20mm tube combination of quartz jacket. High ozone lamps can produce hydroxyl in water, decomposition of organic matter, reducing the TOC.

FAQ

Q1: Can you send me chlorine dioxide tablet samples for test?

A1: Of course! We can send you the sample in two days after confirmation.

Q2: Can I print my logo?

A2: Yes, contact us and provide your logo to us.

Q3: How about the quality?
A3: The quality of our product is good. We strictly control the quality in all aspects.

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