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What should pay attention when trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) disinfectants in the transport process

We should not unfamiliar to trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA), TCCA disinfectants is a strong oxidant and chlorinating agent disinfectant, general trichloride chlorine content is up to 90%, trichloroisocyanuric cyanuric acid content of disinfectant quality goods will be able to hit the highest chlorine content. TCCA disinfectants intense chlorine flavor impact in the use or transport process must do the protective measures. 
TCCA disinfectants should be stored in a cool, dry, ventilated outstanding warehouse, moisture, water, shower water, fire, fire and heat barrier to stop the explosive, spontaneous combustion and other substances blew mix, tris isocyanurate chlorine disinfectants and may not oxidants, reducing agents, easily chlorinated, mixed oxide material storage, be sure to stop and liquid ammonia, ammonia, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium chloride, urea and other rich ammonia, ammonium, amine inorganic salts and organic mix and mix, otherwise prone to explode or burn, TCCA disinfectants and can not touch the non-ionic surfactant, otherwise it will easily burned.
The effects of trichloroisocyanuric acid (TCCA) and ciprofloxacin (CPFX) on the freshwater alga Chlorella vulgaris were assessed by toxicity bioassays and by the values of biomarkers in phase I and phase II. The biomarkers included growth rate, concentration of chlorophyll a, activities of 7-ethoxyresorufin-O-dealkylases (EROD), glutathione S-transferase (GST), catalase (CAT), and total glutathione (GSH). Ciprofloxacin was a weaker growth inhibitor than TCCA but, at a concentration of greater than 12.5 mg/L, decreased the growth of C. vulgaris. Concentration of chlorophyll a showed a similar trend. The 96-h median effective concentration (EC50; i.e., 50% reduction in growth relative to the control) of CPFX was 20.6 mg/L. 
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) was a strong growth inhibitor and, at concentrations of greater than 0.80 mg/L, caused 100% inhibition on 24-h exposure. The 96-h EC50 of TCCA was 0.313 mg/L. Ciprofloxacin and TCCA affected the phase I and phase II enzyme activities differently. On exposure to CPFX, both EROD and GSH decreased at low CPFX concentrations (<5.0 mg/L) and increased at high CPFX concentrations (>12.5 mg/L), and CAT and GST exhibited induction at low concentrations and inhibition at high concentrations. In TCCA exposure, GST activity was significantly stimulated, and GSH concentration was increased. Catalase activity increased only at TCCA concentrations of greater than 0.12 mg/L, and no change in EROD activity was observed.