A compound of chlorine and calcium used in white granular or briquette form as a bactericide, algaecide and oxidizer in water treatment.
This is a form of Chlorine sanitizer in powder or granular form. It contains 65% available Chlorine and is unstabilised. Because of this it is suitable for shock chlorination where you need to get a lot of Chlorine into the water quickly. Also, if the use of stabilized Chlorine has built up too much stabilizer in the water, Calcium Hypochlorite can be used as an alternative. Because it contains Calcium, it will raise the Calcium hardness of the water. This can be a good thing if you are trying to raise the hardness in a soft water area or it can be undesirable if you have too much Calcium and it is causing scaling problems. As it is alkaline, Calcium Hypochlorite will raise the pH of the water.
A compound of chlorine and calcium used as a disinfectant, sanitizer, bactericide, algaecide and oxidizer in swimming pool and spa water. It is available as a white granular material usually used for superchlorination or it is available as tablets used in a feeder for regular chlorination. It usually contains 65% available chlorine but is available as 70% and 75% also.
A solid white form of inorganic chlorine found in both granular and tablet forms, it has a pH of approximately 11 and is 65% to 70% available chlorine. See Hypochlorite.
most commonly used as a daily pool water sanitizer or shock treatment. Typically contains 65-70% available chlorine and is available as a granular material. Not completely soluble, high in pH and increases the calcium hardness with every application. Use in hard water conditions may cause cloudy, hazy water or scaling problems to develop.
any hypochlorite of calcium; used as a bleaching agent
The sanitizing or chlorinating agent, Ca(OCI2), in HTHÂ® SOCK ITÂ and SUPER SOCK IT.
A chemical that releases chlorine (forming hypochlorous acid) when it comes into contact with water. It is a chlorinator for your pool.
Household bleach. Effective in killing mildew spores prior to coating.
A common type of chlorine used in pools and spas. A granular or tablet substance typically dissolved in water prior to adding it to the pool and spa water.
A popular chlorine sanitizer in granular form. Calcium Hypochlorite has a long shelf life. Cartridge Filter: A filter with a pleated element which traps debris. Resembles a car oil filter. Requires regular cleaning and periodic replacement.
A compound of chlorine and calcium used as a disinfectant, sanitiser, bactericide, algaecide and oxidizer in swimming pool water. It is available as a white granular powder which usually contains 65% - 70% available chlorine and has a pH of 11.8 . It is also used as a disinfectant in drinking water.
[Ca(OCl)2] A chemical compound used as a bleach and a source of chlorine in water treatment.
The sanitizing or chlorinating agent, Ca(OCI2), in POOLIFE® Rapid Shock®, POOLIFE® Active Cleaning Granules, POOLIFE® Active Cleaning Caplets, POOLIFE® Power Clean Granules, POOLIFE® Intensive Shock and POOLIFE® TurboShock(tm);
Extract The matter adsorbed from a stream of water by activated carbon, and then extracted from the activated carbon with chloroform, using a specific standardized procedure; a measure of the organic matter in a water.
Calcium hypochlorite is a chemical compound with formula 2. It is widely used for water treatment and as a bleaching agent (bleaching powder). This chemical is considered to be relatively stable and has greater available chlorine than sodium hypochlorite (liquid bleach).