Active Chlorine Content
1% Solution PH Value
Solubility (In 25 ℃ Water)
Food and feed disinfectants
Food preparation areas; non metallic equipment, containers, consumption utensils, work surfaces, stainless steel (catering grade)
Baby bottle sterilisation
Disinfection of salads, vegetables, non-peelable fruit
Drinking water disinfection:
Chlorination of animals drinking waterEmergency water purification
1.Are you a manufacturer or trading company? A: We are a manufacturer.
2. What's your payment terms? A: T/T ,L/C ,D/P ,D/A
3. What's your delivery time? A: Usually we will arrange the shipment in 20-30 days.
4. How about the validity of the products? A: Gunranteed 2 years.
5. What documents you provide?
A: Usually, we provide Commerical Invoice, Packing List, Bill of loading, COA , Health certificate and Origin certificate. If your markets have any special requirements, let us know.
6. What is loading port? A: Usually is Lianyungang,Qingdao or Shanghai.
What is Chlorination? — Safe Drinking Water Foundation
Jan 23, 2017 - In order to combat waterborne diseases, different disinfection methods are used to inactivate pathogens. Along with other water treatment
Chlorination | Water Purification | Chlorine - WaterProfessionals
Typically, chlorine is added to public drinking water as the final stage of treatment, often following an upstream filtration step which removes sediment that can tie
Principles and Practices of Drinking-water Chlorination
Other drinking-water treatment processes may be required to effectively remove or inactivate protozoa, such as filtration or disinfection by ultraviolet (UV) light
Description of the Process - Chlorinated Drinking-Water
Prior to the successful widespread introduction of chlorination, water treatment techniques existed that included filtration, followed by chemical precipitation and
E18 - Treatment by chlorination - Wikiwater
Chlorination is a simple and effective way to disinfect water in order to make it drinkable. It consists in introducing chlorinated products (chlorine tablets, bleach
Water chlorination - Wikipedia
Water chlorination is the process of adding chlorine or chlorine compounds such as sodium hypochlorite to water. ... In particular, chlorination is used to prevent the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and typhoid
Chlorination of Drinking Water - Water Research Center
Chlorination is effective against many pathogenic bacteria, but at normal dosage rates it does not kill all viruses, cysts, or worms. When combined with filtration,
Drinking Water Chlorination: A Review of Disinfection
During the treatment process, chlorine is added to drinking water as elemental chlorine (chlorine gas), sodium hypochlorite solution or dry calcium hypochlorite