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Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA), Bactericidal and Disinfection effect

Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) is a white powder, containing chlorine 60% -85%, stable chemical structure, long-term storage of 1-2 years without deterioration. Decomposition of isocyanuric acid, hypochlorous acid, and the release of free chlorine in the water can kill each pathogens. TCCA is called the second generation of disinfectant, to gradually replace bleach. The amount generally used for water disinfection before stocking amount 1-2ppm, during the breeding water disinfection is 0.15-0.2ppm. Failure for 2 days.
Bactericidal and Disinfection effect
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) is a strong oxidant and chlorinating agent which has efficient, broad-spectrum, and safe disinfection effects. It has the strongest bactericidal activity among chlorinated isocyanuric acid products against bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, Vibrio cholerae, Bacillus. It also has certain inhibitory effect on coccidia oocysts and thus can used in the disinfection in the environment, drinking water, fruits and vegetables, livestock feeders, fish ponds and silkworm rooms. The application method is using powder for the preparation of 4-6 mg / kg concentrations for the disinfection of drinking water and using a solution of concentration of 200-400 mg/kg for environmental disinfection and utensils disinfection. 
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) has various effects including killing algae, deodorant, and water purification as well as bleaching. It has a stronger and better bactericidal and bleaching effect than sodium dichloroisocyanurate and thus being widely used in the sterilization treatment of washing bleacher of cotton and hemp fiber fabric, wool shrink proofing agents, rubber chlorination, and oil drilling mud and sewage, disinfection of battery materials, disinfection of swimming pool, disinfection of drinking water, treatment of industrial wastewater and sewage, food processing industry, food hygiene industry, aquaculture, daily chemical industry, hospitals, nurseries, epidemic prevention, waste disposal, hotels, restaurants and natural disasters, large-scale disinfection and sterilization after man-made disaster.