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Basic Information ：
White crystalline powder or granular solid, with a strong irritating smell of chlorine, containing more than 90% of available chlorine, the solubility in water at 25 degrees is 1.2 grams, and it is easy to decompose in acid or alkali.
Trichloroisocyanuric acid is a chlorinated isocyanuric acid compound and is an important bleaching agent, chlorinating agent and disinfectant. Compared with traditional chlorinating agents (such as liquid chlorine, bleaching powder, and bleaching powder), it has high effective chlorine content, stable storage and transportation, convenient molding and use, high sterilization and bleaching power, long release time of effective chlorine in water, and safety It is non-toxic and other characteristics, so its development and research are paid attention to by all countries. Trichloroisocyanuric acid is widely used and can be used as a fungicide for industrial water, swimming pool water, hospitals, tableware, etc., and its development and utilization prospects are very broad. Trichloroisocyanuric acid has been widely used in industrial circulating water. Product Usage
Trichloroisocyanuric acid is a highly effective disinfection and bleaching agent with stable storage, convenient and safe storage. It is widely used in food processing, drinking water disinfection, sericulture and rice seed disinfection. It is resistant to almost all fungi, bacteria and viruses. Both spores have a killing effect, which has special effects on killing hepatitis A and hepatitis B viruses, and also has a good disinfection effect on sex viruses and HIV, and it is safe and convenient to use. It has been used as a sterilizing agent in industrial water, swimming pool water, cleaning agents, hospitals, tableware, etc.: used as a sterilizing agent in sericulture and other breeding. In addition to being widely used in disinfectants and fungicides, trichloroisocyanuric acid is also widely used in industrial production.
Application in printing and dyeing industry ：
Trichloroisocyanuric acid contains up to 90% of active chlorine and is used as a bleaching agent in the printing and dyeing industry. It is suitable for bleaching cotton, linen, wool, synthetic fibers and blended fibers. Not only does it not damage the fiber, but also has better performance than sodium hypochlorite and bleach, and can still be used instead of imported sodium hypochlorite.
Application in the food industry ：
Instead of chloramine T for food disinfection, its effective chlorine content is three times that of chloramine T. It can also be used as a decolorizing and deodorizing agent for dextrin. Storage and transportation matters
⑴ Product storage: The product should be stored in a cool, dry and well-ventilated warehouse, protected from moisture, water, rain, fire, and isolated from fire and heat sources. It is forbidden to mix with flammable, explosive, spontaneous and self-explosive substances, and not with oxidants. , Reducing agent, easy to be mixed with chlorinated and oxidizing substances. It is absolutely forbidden to mix and mix with liquid ammonia, ammonia, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium chloride urea and other inorganic salts and organic substances containing ammonia, ammonium and amine, otherwise It is easy to explode or burn. Do not contact with non-ionic surfactants, otherwise it is easy to burn.
⑵ Product transportation: The product can be transported by various means of transportation such as trains, cars, ships, etc. During shipment, prevent the package from breaking, fire, water, and moisture, and must not be mixed with ammonia, ammonia, ammonium salts, amides, urea, oxidants, non-ionic surface activity Mixed transport of dangerous goods such as flammable and explosive.
⑶ Fire protection: Trichloroisocyanuric acid is not spontaneously combustible and non-flammable. When it is mixed with ammonium, ammonia, and ammonium, it is easy to burn and explode. At the same time, the substance decomposes and releases harmful gases due to the influence of fire. Personnel must wear gas masks, work clothes and put out the fire in the upper limelight, because they will generate a large amount of gas when they meet with water.