ACL® Chlorinated Isocyanurates

Overview

ACL® products are chlorinated isocyanurates are dry concentrated sources of chlorine for use in bleaches, detergents, cleaners and sanitizers.

Problems Solved

Low chlorine content or bleach degradation
Scale formation when using calcium hypochlorites
Sodium hypochlorite's short shelf life
High TDS in your system due to the chlorination
Cloudy water and white precipitation
Supply chain complexities with buying fresh sodium hypochlorite (bleach)

7 Products
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ACL® 90 Plus, Granular container
ACL® 90 Plus, Granular is a white free flowing anhydrous granular material with a minimum of 90% available chlorine with slow release at neutral pH (high solubility into solutions with pH>9), with a granular (20-60 mesh) particle size and high stability.
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ACL® 60, Granular container
ACL® 60 Granular is a white chlorinated isocyanurate anhydrous material that offers 62% available chlorine and high solubility. It is supplied in a free-flowing granular form with a particle size of 20-100 mesh.
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ACL® 90 Plus, Extra Granular container
ACL® 90 Plus, Extra Granular is a free-flowing anhydrous chlorinated isocyanurate product that is supplied in a granular form. It offers a minimum of 90% available chlorine with extra granular particle size for slow-release and extended stability.
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ACL® 56, Extra Granular container
ACL® 56 Extra Granular is a chlorinated isocyanurate material that offers a 56% chlorine content and high solubility. It is supplied in a free-flowing extra granular form and 12-100 mesh particle size.
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ACL® 56, Granular container
ACL® 56 Granular is a chlorinated isocyanurate material that offers 56% available chlorine and high water solubility. It is supplied in free-flowing granules with a 20-100 mesh particle size range.
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ACL® Chlorinated Isocyanurates Articles
ACL® for Water Treatment thumbnail
ACL® is a family of highly concentrated chlorine liberating solids based on chlorinated isocyanurates. They are EPA approved and excellent for use in potable and industrial water treatment applications.