calcium hypochlorite


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calcium hypochlorite

[′kal·sē·əm hī·pō′klȯr‚īt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ca(OCl)2·4H2O A white powder, used as a bleaching agent and disinfectant for swimming pools.
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Calcium hypochlorite aboard an amphib normally is kept in a locked, ventilated, metal cabinet under the control of the engineer officer.
The Constant Chlor [R] Plus Dry Calcium Hypochlorite Feeding System, designed and manufactured by HTH Water Products (a group of Arch Chemicals, Inc.
After each Soldier removes the filters, valves, deflectors and head harness, have him agitate the mask first in the soapy water, then rinse it in the clear water, and finally dunk it in the water with calcium hypochlorite for five minutes to sanitize it.
5% and 3% weight-per-volume concentrations of calcium hypochlorite (a chlorine source).
Patented Accu-Tab calcium hypochlorite wastewater tablets are manufactured with HI-SIL(TM) H-303 silica to provide a steady source of available chlorine.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Calcium Hypochlorite At Ge Faridkot
Supply of calcium hypochlorite grains of 65 % concentration.
As a result, prices for products such as calcium hypochlorite, lithium hypochlorite and chlorinated isocyanurates--that is, dichlor and trichlor--have hit an upward stride.
Get calcium hypochlorite, NSN 684000-242-4770, from your NBC NCO.
There have been some changes to Calcium hypochlorite from 2 years ago that we, at the Safety Center, are just now finding out about.
soaking in a 20,000-ppm calcium hypochlorite for 15 minutes) that have been approved for reduction of pathogens in seeds (1,2).
That leaves calcium hypochlorite, which requires only a small amount of acid (2 to 4 gallons per 100 pounds of cal hypo), perhaps a little sodium bicarbonate to adjust total alkalinity, and the same amount of stabilizer as any hypochlorite system, all at a relatively reasonable price.