+91 9152606058 / 7399940666 / 8291292979 info@chennaichemicals.com

New In Store

Duis autem vel eum iriure dolor in hendrerit in vulputate velit esse molestie consequat, vel illum dolore eu feugiat
Shop Now

Latest News

Type what you are searching for:

Make your own custom-made popup window!

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore
[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]

Chemicals for swimming pool treatment Manufacturer, Exporter, Distributor and Supplier in Chennai India

Chemicals for swimming pool treatment Manufacturer, Exporter, Distributor and Supplier in Chennai India

Chennai Chemical industry Based in Chennai India. Chennai chemical are a leading Chemicals for swimming pool treatment Manufacturer, Exporter, Distributor and Supplier in Chennai India . We are supplied into various industrial markets including Household , Institutional Cleaning, Personal Care and Industrial sectors including Oil Field, Agriculture, Lubricants, Metal Working chemical industry and Coatings markets.

The most popular pool disinfectant is the element chlorine, in the form of a chemical compound such as calcium hypochlorite (a solid) or sodium hypochlorite (a liquid). When the compound is added to the water, the chlorine reacts with the water to form various chemicals, most notably hypochlorous acid.

Chlorine kills bacteria and other single-celled algae by a chemical action called oxidation, which is sort of like burning by acid. Most drinking water also has chlorine, for the same reason.Our skin is tough enough that weak chlorine in water won’t hurt us, but you’ve probably noticed that in some swimming pools your eyes start to sting if you stay in too long. That’s the chlorine starting to “burn” them.Water, including swimming pool water, contains disease germs. Chlorine is the most common sterilizer. Slight amounts of chlorine are used to kill germs, but are harmless to people. Where waiters sediment-free, only one or two parts of elemental chlorine may be added to 10 million parts of water.Remember that shock, or super chlorination can never do much harm, but the bathing experience will be unpleasant until the chlorine drops to its normal level. Under normal conditions, there should be NO apparent odor of chlorine; if your pool smells of chlorine, this is due to the chlorine that is combined with other stuff and cannot escape – it actually means that there is not enough free chlorine in the pool.

We try our best to supply every chemical you may wish to buy. However, if there is something you can’t find, feel free to contact us and we will find just what you are looking for and offer you a competitive price. For more information or to request a particular product, call customer services or Given website Email address.

No Comments
Leave a Comment

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons