Calcium Hypochlorite(chlorine) Aquafit

Calcium Hypochlorite(chlorine) Aquafit

Calcium hypochlorite, also known as chlorine powder, is a chemical compound used for various purposes. Calcium hypochlorite is a white or grayish-white powder with a strong chlorine-like odor. It is a chemical compound that contains calcium, oxygen, and chlorine, and is often used as a disinfectant and bleaching agent due to its ability to release chlorine gas when dissolved in water. Calcium hypochlorite is highly reactive and must be handled with care, following proper safety procedures to avoid potential health hazards or accidents.






Calcium hypochlorite, also known as chlorine powder, is a chemical compound used for various purposes.

Major uses of Calcium hypochlorite

  1. Disinfecting swimming pools
  2. Sanitizing water supply systems
  3. Removing algae from ponds
  4. Whitening clothes
  5. Cleaning toilets
  6. Disinfecting kitchen surfaces
  7. Removing stains from tiles
  8. Treating drinking water
  9. Killing bacteria in well water
  10. Disinfecting air conditioning units
  11. Sterilizing medical equipment
  12. Removing mold from bathroom tiles
  13. Cleaning industrial tanks
  14. Bleaching paper pulp
  15. Removing stains from concrete
  16. Sterilizing lab equipment
  17. Disinfecting livestock pens
  18. Treating sewage
  19. Disinfecting food processing equipment
  20. Disinfecting animal feed
  21. Removing stains from marble
  22. Killing bacteria in septic tanks
  23. Sterilizing food packaging materials
  24. Cleaning pools
  25. Disinfecting restaurant surfaces
  26. Removing stains from carpets
  27. Sanitizing kitchen utensils
  28. Treating swimming pool water
  29. Sterilizing dental instruments
  30. Disinfecting animal cages
  31. Removing mildew from shower curtains
  32. Sterilizing medical waste
  33. Bleaching hair
  34. Removing stains from vinyl
  35. Killing bacteria in cooling towers
  36. Disinfecting industrial equipment
  37. Sterilizing food preparation surfaces
  38. Disinfecting farm equipment
  39. Removing stains from plastic
  40. Disinfecting fish processing equipment
  41. Killing bacteria in livestock drinking water
  42. Disinfecting dairy equipment
  43. Treating wastewater
  44. Disinfecting poultry processing equipment
  45. Removing stains from asphalt
  46. Disinfecting hatcheries
  47. Sterilizing tattoo needles
  48. Bleaching flour
  49. Disinfecting meat processing equipment
  50. Removing stains from leather
  51. Sterilizing laboratory glassware
  52. Disinfecting animal watering systems
  53. Removing stains from stucco
  54. Disinfecting fruit and vegetable processing equipment
  55. Killing bacteria in recreational water features
  56. Sterilizing hospital rooms
  57. Disinfecting veterinary equipment
  58. Removing stains from brick
  59. Disinfecting livestock trailers
  60. Sterilizing contact lenses
  61. Disinfecting farm vehicles
  62. Removing stains from wood
  63. Treating shrimp farming water
  64. Sterilizing cosmetic brushes
  65. Disinfecting bird cages
  66. Removing stains from enamel
  67. Killing bacteria in hydroponic systems
  68. Sterilizing surgical instruments
  69. Disinfecting dog kennels
  70. Removing stains from glass
  71. Bleaching flour
  72. Disinfecting canning equipment
  73. Sterilizing laboratory equipment
  74. Disinfecting ice machines
  75. Removing stains from metal
  76. Treating cooling water systems
  77. Disinfecting swimming pool equipment
  78. Killing bacteria in poultry litter
  79. Disinfecting aquariums
  80. Sterilizing contact lens cases
  81. Disinfecting car wash equipment
  82. Removing stains from porcelain
  83. Disinfecting waste water treatment plants
  84. Sterilizing cosmetics
  85. Disinfecting industrial laundry equipment
  86. Removing stains from rubber
  87. Treating drinking water storage tanks
  88. Sterilizing medical disposables
  89. Disinfecting nail salons
  90. Removing stains from granite
  91. Killing bacteria in agricultural irrigation systems
  92. Disinfecting water treatment plants
  93. Sterilizing veterinary


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Weight 45 kg


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Safety Guidelines

Here are some safety guidelines to follow when handling calcium hypochlorite:
  1. Always wear personal protective equipment, including gloves, eye protection, and a respirator if necessary.
  2. Store calcium hypochlorite in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area away from heat, sunlight, and other chemicals.
  3. Do not mix calcium hypochlorite with other chemicals, as it may produce toxic fumes or cause an explosion.
  4. Use the appropriate amount of calcium hypochlorite for the intended use and dilute it according to the instructions.
  5. When adding calcium hypochlorite to water, always add it slowly and in small amounts to prevent a sudden reaction.
  6. Avoid breathing in the dust or fumes that may be produced when handling calcium hypochlorite.
  7. Do not smoke or eat near calcium hypochlorite, as it is a highly reactive substance.
  8. In case of skin or eye contact, flush the affected area with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention.
  9. If ingested, seek immediate medical attention and provide the doctor with the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for calcium hypochlorite.
  10. Dispose of calcium hypochlorite safely, following local regulations and guidelines.
It’s important to note that these are general guidelines and may vary depending on the specific use and concentration of calcium hypochlorite. Always refer to the MSDS and follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer or a trained professional.

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