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
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Yes, you can get 200g free sample, you just need to pay for the courier fee.
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10- 45ays after receiving your deposit or original LC, depends on different products.
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Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Bill of loading, COA , CO, MSDS, Form E, ECFA, ClQ, Embassycertificate. If your markets have any special requirements or need SGS report, we can cooperate.
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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
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