Effecting Partial Elimination of Isocyanuric Acid from Swimming Pool Water Systems

@inproceedings{Bobadilla2019EffectingPE,
  title={Effecting Partial Elimination of Isocyanuric Acid from Swimming Pool Water Systems},
  author={Marina Corral Bobadilla and Eliseo P. Vergara Gonz{\'a}lez and Rub{\'e}n Lostado Lorza and Fatima Somovilla Gomez},
  year={2019}
}
It is essential to disinfect the water in swimming pools in order to deactivate pathogenic microorganisms. Chlorination of swimming pool water provides rapid and long-lasting disinfection, but leads to the formation of potentially toxic compounds, including isocyanuric acid, that are used to stabilize chlorine in pool water. Hygiene and health guidelines require an isocyanuric acid concentration in swimming pools of 25 to 75 ppm and that there be no level in excess of 100 ppm. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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