Factory Supply Calcium Hypochlorite 65-70% (sodium process)

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Product Description:

Sodium Hypochlorite

CAS NO: 7681-52-9

Chemical Formula: NaClO

Molecular Weight: 74.44

Appearance: Yellow transparent Liquid

Standard: HG/T2498-1993


Specification:

Available Chlorine: 8%-16%

NaOH: 1% Max


Transportation Info:

Class: 8    UN NO: 1791    PG:III


Application:

Disinfection for swimming pool, drinking water, cooling tower and sewage and waste water, food, and farming, hospital, school, station and household etc

Good bleaching and oxidation in paper and dye industry.


Normal Packing: 30kg drum, 1200kg IBC Tank


Factory Supply Calcium Hypochlorite 65-70% (sodium process)

he Electrolysis antifouling machine is widely used on ship, drilling rig, seaside power plant, nuclear power plant and chemical industries. 

 

Parameters of the marine growth preventing device:

Voltage: AC220V ( modified according to client’s demands)

Current: Determined by the amount of chlorine produced

Power: 7kw/kg chlorine

Concentration of chlorine ions in the seawater: more than 12000ppm.

Temperature of seawater: not lower than 7 degree Celsius

 

System Configuration

1) sodium hypochlorite Generating unit: 

Including electrolyzing cell, pipeline, valve, pipe supports and related accessories. 

 

2) sodium hypochlorite Storage and Dosing unit: 

Including sodium hypochlorite storage tank, dosing pump and pipeline, valve, pipe support and related accessories. 

 

3) Washing Unit:

Including acid washing tank, acid washing pump, and pipeline, valve, support and accessories. 

 

4) Control Unit:

Including control equipments for the whole seawater electrolyzing sodium hypochlorite generating system and dosing system, pipeline, valve, accessories. 

 

5) Power supply:

Including transformer side power supply(AC380V,60Hz,3phse AC power), other equipments rated power supply(380V/220V 3phase, 4 line, AC power), and other accessories and valves.  

 

6) Operation Method

 

1,Automatic running with remote control (within 100m). Each set of sodium hypochlorite generating system can operate separately, active chlorine producing capacity is 500 kg/h (chlorine ion in seawater is >15000mg/L).

 

2, Active chlorine producing capacity is adjustable with 50%,70%,90% by regulating the current of electrolysing cell. 


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