Definitions for "SODIUM DICHLOR"
a form of stabilized chlorine. This chlorinated cyanuric acid is completely soluble and is essentially pH neutral. Used for routine daily sanitizing and shocking (superchlorination) in pools and spas. Typically, 56% available chlorine.
Also called dichlor, it is a form of chlorine that is stabilized with cyanuric acid.
A fast-dissolving, granular, stabilized organic chlorine compound providing either 56% or 63% available chlorine. Used for regular as well as super chlorination. Contains an ingredient (cyanuric acid or stabilizer) that prevents the chlorine from being destroyed by the ultraviolet (uv) rays of the sun. Recommended for use in vinyl- liner, painted, fiberglass or acrylic spas.