ACL® Chlorinated Isocyanurates
Chlorinated isocyanurates are leading dry sanitizers for residential swimming pools and spas, effectively eliminating germs and algae. Their disinfection properties make them an important component of dishwashing detergents and industrial water treatment products. OxyChem's chlorinated isocyanurates are also approved for routine potable water chlorination.
These products are characterized by their available chlorine content. Their different solubilities and physical forms allow for the selection of the best product for each application.
ACL 90 PLUS is OxyChem's name for trichloroisocyanuric acid (also named trichloro-s-triazinetrione). This product contains a minimum of 90 percent available chlorine and is available in either granular or tablet form.
ACL 60 is OxyChem's name for sodium dichloroisocyanurate (sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione) and contains a minimum of 62 percent available chlorine. It is available as a dry granular product.
ACL 56 is OxyChem's name for sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate and contains about 56 percent available chlorine. It is available as a dry granular product.
OxyChem markets its chlorinated isocyanurate products under the following trademarks:
ACL chlorinating compositions are effective, economical disinfectants, germicides and algicides for sanitizing swimming pools and spas. They are also used for formulation of cleaners and sanitizers.
Towerbrom® and Towerchlor® microbicides are halogenated isocyanurate compositions for controlling biofouling in cooling waters and other industrial water treatment applications.
ACL disinfecting granules and tablets are EPA registered and NSF/ANSI certified dry products for routine chlorination of drinking water and wastewater.
ACL Disinfecting Compositions for Potable Water
Detergent, Bleach, Cleaner and Sanitizer Applications Handbook
ACL Chlorinated Isocyanurates - Product Details
Pinellas County Pool Study Report
Pinellas County Pool Study Report - Appendix 1
Pinellas County Pool Study Report - Appendix 2
Pinellas County Pool Study Report - Appendix 3
OxyChem is the largest North American and only U.S. producer of sodium chlorite. Manufactured in our facility in Wichita, Kansas, sodium chlorite has a variety of applications in pulp and paper, textiles, electronics, water treatment, food processing and metal finishing. OxyChem is also one of the nation's largest suppliers of sodium chlorite to service companies providing chlorine dioxide and equipment to markets in municipal water management, papermaking and other industrial markets.
Sodium chlorite is available in dry form (in drums) or as a solution (in bulk, totes or drums). Our sodium chlorite is registered as a pesticide with the U.S. EPA, meets AWWA B303-10, and is certified by NSF to comply with NSF/ANSI Standard 60 requirements.
Sodium Chlorite Handbook
Chlorine Dioxide Generators
Chlorine Dioxide Health and Safety
Laboratory Preparations of Chlorine Dioxide Solutions
Preparing Solutions from Technical Dry Product Using Metric Units
Preparing Solutions from Technical Dry Product
Regulatory Issues Regarding Food Applications of Sodium Chlorite
Sodium Chlorite Health and Safety
Sodium Chlorite Neutralization
Sodium Chlorite Solution Bulk Product Storage
Sodium Chlorite-Materials of Construction
EPA Registered Applications
Bacterial Control in Oil Wells and Petroleum Systems
Bacterial Slime Control in Paper Mills with Chlorine Dioxide
Cooling Water Treatment with Chlorine Dioxide
Food Plant Process Water Treatment
Mollusk Control with Chlorine Dioxide
Poultry Process Water
Technical Sodium Chlorite EPA Registered for Chlorine Dioxide Generation
Wastewater Disinfection with Chlorine Dioxide
Amine Odor Control
Cyanide Destruction with Chlorine Dioxide
Hydrogen Sulfide Control in Wastewater Collection Systems
Scrubber Odor Control
Process, Industrial and Wastewater Applications
Chlorine Dioxide for Treatment of Industrial and Municipal Pollutants
Odor Control with Aktivox
Organic Odor Control with Chlorine Dioxide
Treatment of Biofilms with Chlorine Dioxide
The Treatment of Cooling Water with Chlorine Dioxide
Upgrading Tallow and Grease with Chlorine Dioxide
Certification of Water Treatment Chemicals to ANSI-NSF Standard 60
Summary of CT Value Ranges for Inactivation of Various Microorganisms by Disinfectants
Treatment of Drinking Water with Chlorine Dioxide
Hazard Warning and Product Disclaimer
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