LTHE LOW SOLUBILITY OF THE TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID / TCCA ALLOWS FOR A GRADUAL RELEASE OF CHLORINE INTO THE POOL EVEN IN THOSE SYSTEMS WHERE THERE IS NO AUTOMATIC DOSAGE.
The presence of free Chlorine in the pool is essential for maintaining proper hygienic conditions. Due to its limited solubility, it is also known as Slow Chlorine and is normally used in tablet form or directly in the skimmers or by using specific diluting systems (DDS, lambitori, etc.)
If the content of Chlorine is lower than 1 ppm, the water can be attacked by bacteria and algae, creating an unpleasant and unhygienic environment. The correct amount of product in order to have 1 ppm of Chlorine depends on a number of factors: the number of bathers, solar radiation, the temperature and atmospheric conditions in general. We recommend you check the level of free Chlorine at least 3 times a day.
Due to the fact that the TCCA is more stable with respect to the deterioration of the sun’s UV rays compared to inorganic Chloride, when the chlorination is manual, it allows the Hypochlorous acid to stay in the water for a longer period of time, ensuring proper disinfection.
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TRICHLORO / TCCA
Slow dissolving TCCA, containing 90% of useful active Chlorine, highly stabilised, for the treatment and disinfecting of the water in the swimming pool.
Instructions for use
The TCCA is normally found in 20/200/500g tablets and is measured out in water by placing the so called lambitori in the skimmer or specific containers. We recommend you keep the content of active free Chlorine between 0.7 and 1.5 ppm equivalent to an average use of between 1 and 4 g/m3/day depending on the kind of swimming pool and the number of people using it.
For every kind of swimming pool.
A product with a high concentration of available chlorine and a slow decomposition from the UV rays.