Polymerized Ferric Sulfate (PFS) , Used in The Purifying Treatment of Domestic Drinking Water, Industrial Waste Water and Urban Sewage

  • Polymerized Ferric Sulfate (PFS) , Used in The Purifying Treatment of Domestic Drinking Water, Industrial Waste Water and Urban Sewage
  • Polymerized Ferric Sulfate (PFS) , Used in The Purifying Treatment of Domestic Drinking Water, Industrial Waste Water and Urban Sewage
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  • ISO,CE
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  • US $1,300-1,800/ Ton
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Specification:

Product Name
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Tablets
CAS NO.
87-90-1
EINECS NO.
201-782-8
Molecular Formula
C3Cl3N3O3
Active Chlorine Content
≥90%
Moisture Content
≤0.5%
1% Solution PH Value
2.7~3.3
Solubility (In 25 ℃ Water)
1.2 g/100ml
Melting Point
245 ~ 251℃

Application:

90% active chlorine tablets has strong bactericidal and bleaching effects, and has the characteristics of quick-acting sustained-release. Animal husbandry and bleaching agents for cotton, linen and chemical fiber fabrics, wool shrink-reducing agents, and trichloroisocyanuric acid tablets can also be used for rubber. Chlorination, battery materials, organic synthesis industry, and dry bleaching of clothing. Trichloroisocyanuric acid tablets has stronger bactericidal and bleaching functions than sodium dichloroisocyanurate and has better effects.

90% active chlorine tablets is a new generation of broad spectrum, highly effective fungicides, bleaches and preservatives. The product can gradually release hypochlorous acid or chlorine organic compounds in circulating cooling water. The biocidal activity is similar to that of hypochlorite and chlorine and is an oxidizing biocide.

90% active chlorine tablets can be used instead of liquid chlorine or hypochlorite for circulating cooling water systems. Its killing effect is 100 times that of chlorine, and can adapt to the alkaline water treatment environment of the circulating cooling water system. It has excellent killing effect to various bacteria and algae. The product of reaction with water C3O3N3H3 is hypochlorous acid. Stabilizer does not decompose the extremely unstable hypochlorous acid. Therefore, it is a good bactericide and algicide for industrial water treatment. The dosing method is generally an impact type dosing in a sump.

Water Purification :: Washington State Department of Health

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