SDIC Granular Powder Tablets 7g 10g 20g

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Introduction:

CNBM--SDIC  White powder or grain with chlorine odor . It is a strong oxidant and chlorate agent and can dissolved in water easily . Its aqueous solution assumes weak acidity and the active chlorine in its dry products lose little when it is stored for a long time at the atmospheric temperature .

Specification:

Chemical Name

Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate

Molecular Formula:

C3O3N3HCL2NA

Molecular Weight:

220.96

CAS Number:

2893-78-9

Product

60%

56%

Available chlorine(%,min)

60

56

Moisture content(% max)

5

8

PH Value(1% solution)

6-7

6-7

Particles Size:

Mesh

5~8

8~30

20~40

20~60

Main usage:
this products can effectively kill various germs, fung uses and viruses, specially A&B type hepatitis viruses. It is effective on killing algae, decolorizing cleaning water or bleaching .It can be widely used for epidemic prevention, livestock farming , industry and agriculture.

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SDIC Granular Powder Tablets 7g 10g 20g

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