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Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) how to safely through the bottleneck

By the world economic downturn, the impact of cost-based disinfectants trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) facing overcapacity, exports and many other difficult questions, TCCA operating rate was gradually decreasing. According to customs statistics show that sent this year, TCCA Mall priced at 8,000 to 15,000 yuan per ton, the operating rate of occupational uniform 61%. With respect to the comparison of experienced TCCA industry, the domestic cost of the mall is still in stage of development, the per capita amount of spending is far behind the developed countries.
However, the domestic trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) shopping malls are also growing. According to industry estimates, along with all the domestic level rapid economic conduct, and enhance national awareness TCCA disinfection bleaching agents, anti-shrinking agents, water treatment agent to broaden the scope, estimated that "five" period, the domestic consumption in TCCA will with 9.5% annual growth rate.
According to the reporter, TCCA is a strong oxidant and chlorinating agent, is an efficient, broad-spectrum, safer disinfection. Now, on a global scale, TCCA primary use as a disinfectant, the first regional gathering spending in developed countries or regions United States, Japan and Western Europe. The Chinese TCCA merchandise category will spend the first set of sericulture in professions such as the National Health disinfection awareness is still low.
(From Hulunbeier Daily)
Many scientists are studying trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA). For example, there is a topic: Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA): A Convenient Oxidation Reagent for Phase-Transfer Catalytic Epoxidation of Enones under Non-Aqueous Conditions. Trichloroisocyanuric acid (TCCA) is a cheap, safe and readily available alternative to the commonly used hydrogen peroxide and hypochlorite for the phase-transfer catalytic epoxidation of α,β-enones under non-aqueous conditions. A variety of chalcone derivatives give the corresponding epoxides with quantitative conversion and satisfactory yields in just a few hours under mild conditions. An asymmetric variant of the epoxidation can be carried out in the presence of chiral N-anthracenylmethylcinchonidine bromide catalyst giving 73–93% ees and 76–94% yields.