NaDCC,Chlorine Granules 56%, 1/2kg
Chlorine for Water purification, as Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC)
granules, 55-56%, in pot of 0.5kg. Supplied with measuring spoon.
Indicative Price : 3.91 USD
Chlorine, NaDCC 56%, for Water purification, as Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC) granules, in plastic pot of 0.5kg. Supplied with measuring spoon.
Chlorine as 100% Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Dihydrate (NaDCC) in white granules, which releases 56% of available Chlorine:
Suitable for treatment of water for human consumption (drinking water purification).
Shelf life (expected): 3 years (Unopened container)
Supplied with measuring spoon, short handle,
Volume 20ml (= 15g of granules),
Including instructions leaflet
The Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Dihydrate (NaDCC) compound must be certified by NSF International (or delegated organism) to the NSF/ANSI standard 60. The product must also comply with the EN 12931:2015 standard.
USER AND STORAGE PRECAUTION NOTE:
This NaDCC product should not be mixed with incompatible materials such as organic materials, nitrogen containing materials, other oxidizers, acids, bases, oils, grease, sawdust, and dry fire-extinguishers containing monoammonium compounds. In particular, the NaDCC should not be mixed with Calcium Hypochlorite (HTH). Though the pots give good protection if kept closed, it is strongly recommended, if practical, to store them apart from incompatible materials.
Packaging and labeling:
As per Hazardous Goods notes:
Bulk granules in container (appropriate plastic pot) of 0.5kg NaDCC total. This pack size is normally allowed for all transport modes, including passenger flights.
Storage and transportation:
Storage: Keep in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight.
Store in original container where temperatures do not exceed 50 degrees Celsius. The container must be re-sealed immediately after opening to minimize any moisture intake.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Conserver le récipient a l'abri de la chaleur et de l'humidité, ne pas dépasser 50 dégrées Celsius.
Refermer le récipient immédiatement après ouverture pour minimiser l’entré d’humidité. Tenir hors de la portée des enfants.
Hazardous Goods notes:
As the product container totalise a maximum content of 0.5kg it is not classified as dangerous goods for transport:
ADR SP 375: Packaging of 5 kg or less are not subject to any provisions of this Code, provided packaging meets the general provisions
IMDG 2014 (184.108.40.206): Packaging of 5 kg or less are not subject to any provisions of this Code, provided packaging meets the general provisions of 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199.
IMO/ICAO/IATA: UN No.3077, Class 9, Packing group III
Directions for use and dosage:
1/- To obtain a 0.5 percent Chlorine solution: Pour 1 spoon of NaDCC Granules in 1.5 litre of water. Stir to dissolve. Appr. 10 spoons for one Oxfam type bucket of 14 liters.
The 0.5% (= 5,000mg/l available chlorine) solution is used directly for SURFACE disinfection.
2/- To obtain a 1 percent Chlorine solution: Weigh out and dissolve 20g of NaDCC Granules in 1 litre of water. Stir to dissolve.
The 1% (= 10,000mg/l available chlorine) solution is used to disinfect larger quantities of WATER, as following examples:
- For 1mg/l in 10 Litres water, add 1ml solution
-For 5mg/l in 10 Litres water, add 5ml solution
NOTE: 1mg/l = 1 ppm available chlorine.
1/- Pre-treatment/simple filtering can be necessary to ensure that the water turbidity is less than 5 NTU before chlorinating.
2/- Ensure that a minimum contact time of 30 minutes is allowed before consumption.
3/- Ensure a thorough mix, by recirculation where appropriate.
4/- Always test for residual chlorine levels. It is desirable to leave a residual chlorine level of 0.3-0.5 mg/l after 30 minutes contact.
5/- During outbreaks it is recommended that chlorine residuals should be maintained as follow:
0.5mg/l at all points in the supply
1.0mg/l at standposts and wells
2.0mg/l in tanker trucks at filling
(expected): 3 years (Unopened container)
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