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Some questions and answers about Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) and chlorine isocyanurate

Question 1. What is the difference between Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) and chlorine isocyanurate?
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) has little difference between chlorine isocyanurate, both physical and chemical properties almost the same. Through the release of a halogen, a weak acid oxidation to form an oxide of the protease, preventing DNA synthesis. While taking advantage of the intermediate permeate kill bacteria within the plant.
Question 2.  Why Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA)  and chlorine isocyanurate use in agriculture?
 Because TCCA and chlorine isocyanurate fungicide itself is extremely good, it was mainly used for medical sterilization only. Because of its bactericidal spectrum of bacteria, viruses and fungi is not selective, shall pass to kill. So fast speed of these products treat crop diseases.
Question 3. Do TCCA bromine and chlorine isocyanurate safety used in agricultural? TCCA and chlorine isocyanurate physicochemical properties are relatively stable so alone storage itself, and agricultural use are safe harmless liquid without residue for pollution-free agricultural use but because both are oxidizing bactericide and fungicide but there is no problem directly mixed with organic phosphorus pesticides and sodium dihydrogen phosphate.
United States is the largest consumer of Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA), the annual consumption is 80,000t; followed by Japan, the annual consumption is about 30,000t. Foreign TCCA consumption civilian-based sanitation and disinfection. Pool sterilization where the largest amount, accounting 80% or so. In United States, for example, swimming pool disinfection annual consumption is about 70,000t; followed by drinking water for health, hospitals and other public facilities disinfection. Statistics show that foreign spending to 14% annual growth rate