Chloramine T. Bochemie. Disinfection.
Chloroamine (NH2Cl) - an inorganic chemical compound, a toxic gas produced by the reaction of ammonia and sodium hypochlorite.
Chloramine is a popular disinfectant used in aqueous solutions. It has a better effect in solutions than chlorine, because it is more durable and does not create harmful halomethanes with organic compounds (eg carbon tetrachloride).
Name: Chloramine T
Purity: Clear min 81% of the active substance
Chemical formula: NH2Cl
Disinfection of rooms and areas in health care (hospitals, health clinics, dental offices), disinfection of drinking water, rooms and areas in veterinary medicine, rooms in animal husbandry, in the food industry, in environments of high bacteriological and virological risk, in the mycobacteria environment.
Chloramine is commonly used during natural disasters (eg floods) and other events (biological contamination of terrain) as an ad hoc means for disinfecting drinking water, equipment, homes and their surroundings. It is also used as a disinfectant in aquaristics, and in the form of pellets releasing chloramine to treat the existing water for drinking purposes.
The active substance
Sodium salt - Chloramine T - an active substance content of at least 81% (810g / kg)
The action of chloramine
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