ACL® 60, Granular

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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Product Overview

ACL® 60 Granular is a sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid commonly known as dichlor. The chemistry is also referred to as sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione and readily dissolves in water for use in water treatment applications and various cleaning and sanitization products.

ACL® 60 is used in intermittent water feed applications, single-dose applications, and continuous chlorination systems, depending on the application needs.

ACL® 60 is featured with nearly neutral PH that provides little to no impact on the alkalinity and PH of the treated water. It also doesn't cause scale formation, typically seen with the use of calcium hypochlorites. ACL® 60 is anhydrous which allows for extended stability and greater chlorine content compared to non-anhydrous dichloroisocyanuric acid (dichlor) materials.

Product Specifications

Appearance: White free-flowing granular material

Available Chlorine: 62.0 Minimum wt. %

Moisture: 3.0 wt. %

Screen Size, U.S. Sieve Series:

  • On No. 20 mesh, 2 wt. % Maximum
  • Through No. l00 mesh, 2.0 wt. % Maximum

Primary Chemistry: Sodium dichloroisocyanurate
Features & Benefits

Approved by US EPA for routine use in potable water

Powerful disinfectant and sanitizing agent

NSF standard 60 for use as a drinking water additive

No water clouding or white scale formation

Anhydrous material that is supplied in granules for extended stability

Long storage life when compared to other oxidizers

Safe to store and handle when compared to other oxidizers

Low total dissolved solids compared to other chlorinated materials

Problems Solved
Low chlorine content
White scale precipitation
Dust formation from powder chlorine products

Oxidizing and disinfecting agents when used in swimming pools and spas

Used in laundry detergents and cleaning products for bleaching and disinfection

Oxidizers, bactericides, and mildewcides in water treatment applications, including water feed, wastewater, cooling towers, and general chlorination needs

Chlorination of drinking water in municipal systems and water wells