chlorine per which is in granular form by chemical name of calcium Hypochlorite which is solid chlorine is using to disinfection drinking water and pool water also hospital and bleaching. It is used in many parts of the world to purify water.
To make sure that the water is safe, a small residual amount, typically about 1 part per million (ppm), of chlorine is left in the water.
It has been found that even this small amount of chlorine can cause fading of chlorine-sensitive fabric dyes. In a typical wash, there is usually enough soil on the fabrics to scavenge residual chlorine and minimize damage to chlorine-sensitive dyes.
However, in the rinse the soil levels are greatly reduced, as is the pH, and chlorine-sensitive dyes can ~ fade-after multiple laundering cycles.
It is also more; aggressive to dyes at the lower PH.
Thus, fading of fabric colors over time is a result of both the high pH of typical granular laundry detergents and the presence of residual it – in the wash and rinse water.
Packaging of Calcium hypochlorite
We are filling the calcium hypochlorite in the form of granule in 25 and 45-kg barrels
Specification of product
Frequent question and answer regarding usage of Chlorine (Calcium hypochlorite)
How much Calcium hypochlorite to add to pool per gallon?
The basic balance of it to water is between 1 and 3 ppm, or 0.00013 ounces of it gallon of water. Pool Size. Before you add the chlorine, you need to know how many gallons of water are in the pool. A round ring pool, 48 inches tall and 15 feet across, holds 4,978 gallons.
How much liquid Calcium hypochlorite for 15000 gallon pool?
It\’s 1 gallon of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of pool water.
How much Calcium hypochlorite per gallon of water?
The basic balance of it to water is between 1 and 3 ppm, or 0.00013 ounces of chlorine per gallon of water. Pool Size. Before you add it, you need to know how many gallons of water are in the pool. A round ring pool, 48 inches tall and 15 feet across, holds 4,978 gallons.
What is free Calcium hypochlorite in a swimming pool?
The term, \”Shocking” refers to the process of adding it or non-chlorine chemicals to your pool in order to raise the \”free chlorine” level to a point where contaminates such as algae, combined it (also known as chloramines) and bacteria are destroyed.
How do you adjust the PH level in a pool?
The most common liquid acid used to lower the pH is muriatic acid, also known as hydrochloric acid. To raise the PH, soda ash (sodium carbonate) is normally used.
Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) should be used to raise alkalinity; it can be used to raise PH only if the alkalinity is low. In case you have more question regarding chlorine please feel free contact us.