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Chlorinated Isocyanurates

SHIKOKU CHEMICALS CORPORATION is one of the leading manufactures of chlorinated isocyanurates, and the products have been marketed all over the world under tradename NEO-CHLOR active chlorine compounds. In 1964, Shikoku developed most efficient and unique technology for producing very high quality products.
Since that time, NEO-CHLOR chlorinated isocyanurates have grown to take an important place as sanitizing agent for various sight in the world.

Trade name

NEO-CHLOR 90, NEO-CHLOR 60, NEO-CHLOR 55

Chemical name

  • Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (NEO-CHLOR 90)
  • Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (NEO-CHLOR 60)
  • Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate (NEO-CHLOR 55)

Chemical structure

Properties

Trade name NEO-CHLOR 90 NEO-CHLOR 60 NEO-CHLOR 55
Chemical name Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TICA) Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (SDIC) Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate (DICD)
Molecular weight 232.41 219.95 255.98
Available chlorine content (Theoretical) 91.53% 64.48% 55.40%
Appearance Crystalline powder fine granular, granular or tablet Medium granular, or granular Medium granular, or granular
Color White White White
Melting point 225~230℃ - -
Decomposition point Approx. 250℃ 240 - 250℃ 240 - 250℃
Solubility in water g/100g at 25 °C 1.2 25 26.25
Solubility in Acetone g/100g at 30 °C 35 0.5max. 0.5max.

Applications

  • Sanitizing for swimming pool, spa (bath) and septic tank water
  • Washing and sanitizing in food processing factories
  • Sanitizing of wet towels and linen
  • Hygiene products for household or business use
  • Algae prevention and slime control
  • Sterilizing of organic matter and reduction of BOD
  • Deodorizing and bad odor prevention
  • Bleaching agent
  • Automatic dish washing detergent
  • Sterilizing livestock teats and equipment
  • Anti-shrinking agent for wool

Features

  • 100% active and stable in water
  • Long duration of sterilizing effect
  • Completely and rapidly soluble in water (no white turbidity)
  • Stable in storage
  • Strong effect against bacteria
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