The category of chlorine derivatives encompasses chlorine-based compounds and pure chlorine in liquid form. Chlorine is one of the primary chemical materials used in laboratories, but also in industry, e.g. in the pharmaceutical sector, for PVC production, and in aluminium etching.
This highly reactive element belongs to the halogen group and has strong oxidising properties. It can be found in the composition of many salts and other compounds, collectively referred to as chlorine derivatives. Chlorine is produced in the form of a gas, but it can subsequently be liquefied.
One common chlorine derivative is sodium hypochlorite, used in the manufacturing of disinfectants. Chlorine is distinguished by its viricidal, bactericidal and fungicidal properties.
The chlorine produced in the PCC Group is manufactured using membrane technology. Thanks to this, it is a product that meets many environmental criteria.
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