ACL® 90 Plus, Extra Granular

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.
Product Overview

ACL® 90 Plus products (CAS# 87-90-1) have the highest available chlorine content of any solid oxidizer in the market. ACL® 90 Plus, Extra Granular is a sodium salt of trichlorocyanuric acid (trichlor) that provides 90% chlorine with slow-release at neutral ph levels. ACL® 90 products dissolve readily in water making it ideal for intermittent feed applications including, single-dose continuous chlorination applications.

ACL® 90' s granular form is particularly well suited when coupled with a feeder for large consumption applications. Their solubility range makes them an excellent choice as oxidizers and bleaching agents in consumer and industrial applications such as laundry detergents, swimming pools, and water treatment.

ACL® 90, trichloro isocyanuric acid (trichlor), provides higher chlorine content compared to dichloro isocyanuric acid (dichlor) materials. Due to the acid nature of trichloroisocyanuric acid materials, they are less compatible with alkaline ingredients in a formulation similar to most hypochlorite materials.

Product Specifications

Appearance: Granular free-flowing white material

Available Chlorine: 90.0 Minimum wt. %

Color, Reflectance: 93 Minimum

Loss of Drying: 0.1 Maximum

Screen Size, U.S. Sieve Series:

  • On No. 12 mesh, 2 wt. % Maximum
  • Through No. 40 mesh, 5 wt. % Maximum

Primary Chemistry: Trichloroisocyanuric acid
Features & Benefits

The highest available chlorine of any solid oxidizer

Trichloroisocyanuric acid with EPA approvals for routine use in potable water

Approved by NSF standard 60 for use as a drinking water additive

No water clouding or white scale formation

Anhydrous trichlor with high stability

Safe to store and long storage life compared to other oxidizing products

Low total dissolved solids

Domestically manufactured in the united states

Problems Solved
Precipitation of white solids and water clarity issues Handling issues with the use of powder materials Short shelf life and rapid degradation of liquid chlorines

Oxidizers and disinfectants in swimming pools and spas

Bleaching agents in laundry detergents and cleaning products

Oxidizers, bactericides, and mildewcides in cooling towers and water treatment applications

Chlorination of drinking water and wastewater