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Active Chlorine Derived from Calcium Hypochlorite 3-4%Available Chlorine 6-8%
Caution Never use Clorpactin WCS-90 powder as is. This product is intended to be used only as a solution (in water). The powder can cause damage to human tissue, and particularly to infected areas or mucous membrane tissue.
Add the Clorpactin WCS-90 powder to sterile or deionized water at room temperature (20-25° C.). The powder dissolves slowly in water. As a result even after 2-3 minutes of stirring or mixing some residue of incompletely dissolved product will remain. This residue consists of inactive ingredients and therefore there is no necessity to continue to stir or mix for a longer period of time. This residue can be removed by either filtering the solution through a coarse laboratory filter or allowing the solution to settle for about 5 minutes and then decanting the clear solution for use.StorageClorpactin WCS-90 solutions should preferably be used as soon as possible after preparation. If the solution must be stored, it can be kept refrigerated (4-8° C.) for up to 14 days in a capped or sealed plastic or glass container using a non-metallic cap. It can be stored at room temperature (20-25° C.) for up to 7 days after preparation. Handling As with any chlorinated product, Clorpactin WCS-90 solution should be prepared in a ventilated area and inhalation of the vapors should be minimized. The solution can cause bleaching of fabrics or other materials if splashing or spilling occurs.
Sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate, sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonatePW018 - Revised September 30, 2010
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