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sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate


CDB-56 (sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate) is produced by chlorinating cyanuric acid with liquid chlorine until there are two chlorine atoms bonded to the primary ring.  In its pure state, CDB-56 is nominally 56 % w/w available chlorine.  

With its quick dissolving time CDB-56 is an excellent choice for water sanitizing such as what occurs with pool shock treatments. Our CDB-56 comes in several granulations, and can also be pressed into various tablets and other forms.

PDF icon Safety Data Sheet34.21 KB
PDF icon CDB-56 Tech Bulletin Ver2.pdf316.53 KB