WTP Chlor 10S
WTP CHLOR 10S chlorination solution is used to disinfect water systems such as evaporative cooling towers and process water systems.
WTP CHLOR 10S is a highly effective oxidising biocide giving excellent biological control at low dose rates. A dispersant / surfactant is incorporated in the formulation to enhance the penetration of biofilms and organic fouling.
|Physical state||Pale yellow liquid|
|Specific gravity @20oC||1.14|
Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use. WTP CHLOR 10S chlorinating solutions are usually dosed to give a concentration of free chlorine between 1 – 50mg per litre dependent upon chlorination, system specification and application. Service personnel would be pleased to advise on correct application. TESTING Chlorine test kits are available to determine correct levels in the system (WTP TK115, 0-5ppm or WTP TK116, 0-100ppm). HANDLING AND STORAGE WTP CHLOR 10S should be stored in black containers and exposure to sunlight should be kept to a minimum. WTP CHLOR 10S should not be stored with organic materials and acids. Please refer to Material Safety Data Sheets for detailed handling and storage information. POTENTIAL HAZARDS Please refer to safety data sheet for detailed handling/storage instructions. Contact with acids liberates toxic (R31) chlorine gas.
WTP CHLOR 10S treatments are shipped in 5 litre, 25 litre and 200 litre drums.
Field Representatives will work closely with customer personnel to assure the effective application of the water treatment programme. Qualified personnel can provide regular service calls.
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