Definitions for "ISOCYANURATES"
Families of pool sanitizer products that are self-stabilizing by containing cyanuric acid. Also called Stabilized chlorines.
Also called stabilized chlorine - A family of chlorine pool sanitizers that contain conditioner (cyanuric acid or isocyanuris acid) to protect the chlorine from the de- grading UV rays in sunlight. The most common types are sodium dichlor and trichlor. The granular form is dichlor, which is fast- dissolving and can be used for regular chlorination or superchlorination by broadcasting into the pool or spa. Tablet or stick form is trichlor (which is usually used in a chlorine feeder - either the floating type or the in-line erosion type) used for regular chlorination only. ADDER A structure for climbing up or down; consists of two parallel sides joined by a series of crosspieces that serve as footrests. It is used for getting in and out of the pool. A double-access ladder straddles the pool wall of an above-ground pool. An in-pool ladder is located in the pool only.
Stabilized or conditioned form of chlorine such as sodium dichlor or trichlor that resists breakdown due to sunlight. Used for regular chlorination or super chlorination.