calcium hypochlorite


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calcium hypochlorite

n.
A white crystalline solid used as a bactericide, fungicide, and bleaching agent.
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"We are delighted to report that AquaFinesse Pool Tabs not only provide improved water quality, but does so in a truly sustainable manner yielding a massive reduction in calcium hypochlorite demand.
[ClickPress, Tue May 14 2019] This report analyzes and MRRSE the market for calcium hypochlorite at the global and regional level.
Comparative evaluation of human pulp tissue dissolution by different concentrations of chlorine dioxide, calcium hypochlorite and sodium hypochlorite: An in vitro study.
Among the hundreds of hazardous chemicals on-site were pyrethrin (a neurotoxin), chlorpyrifos (an insecticide) and calcium hypochlorite (a bleach)--all of which are toxic
In the six SENSOR-Pesticides states, the active ingredients most frequently associated with acute illness or injury were sodium hypochlorite (31%), triazine compounds (22%), and calcium hypochlorite (16%).
The effects of hypochlorous acid on commercial-grade polyethylene pipe were measured using standard ASTM OIT methods after exposure in a 60[degrees]C aqueous solution of 5 ppm of free chlorine using calcium hypochlorite (7.3 ppm of calcium hypochlorite).
Are there adequate supplies of calcium hypochlorite and cleaning materials to sanitize and maintain masks?
For the purpose of disinfesting seeds, the calcium hypochlorite is the most used one, besides hydrogen peroxide and sodium hypochlorite.
In a two-year project the Charleston plant will be upgraded in several phases to a more efficient technology for drying slurries of calcium hypochlorite. Upon completion of this phase of production, the water sanitizing product is transformed into dry tablets, granules and other user-friendly forms for use in swimming pools and spas and other applications.
This water is then filtered further through two carbon filters, exposed to bacteria-killing UV light, and finally shocked with calcium hypochlorite to prevent coliform growth.
So, the researchers tried applying pressure at 600 MPa for 2 minutes at 20 C in the presence of some chemicals, including calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide, lactic acid or sodium acid sulfate.
Swimming pools are more problematic, since sodium hypochlorite or calcium hypochlorite is often added to the already chlorinated public water supply.