Bleach

Chloride lime (Calcium hypochlorosum; synonym bleach) - an antiseptic and disinfectant. A mixture of sodium hypochlorite calcium, hydrate of calcium oxide and calcium chloride. Contains 28-38% active chlorine. Used for disinfection in dry form and in solution.
Dry chloride lime is used for disinfection of faeces (200-400 g on 1 l), surface-pollination of faeces in a yard latrine (1 kg per 1 L.2), for disinfection of urine (5 g on 1 l).
Solutions of bleach (1-2%) are used for processing the premises, simple wooden furniture, dishes. Bleach is widely used for disinfection of water, various waste, etc.
Method of preparation of solutions of bleach. First, prepare a 10 - 20% suspension or hornesville milk. Take 1 or 2 kg of calcium hypochlorite in a bucket of water (10 l) and defend during the day, then the water is drained and used for preparation of solutions desired concentration. Solutions, and 10-20% mist should prepare and store in a glass, a well sealed container.
When working with bleach should observe the necessary precautions, in particular the use of personal protection equipment (mask, rubber gloves, Bathrobe and others). Store bleach to non-protected from the sun, drying (temperature of no higher than 20 to 25 degrees) and ventilated wood, cardboard or rail containers.

Chloride lime (Calcium hypochlorosum: synonym bleach - Calcaria chlorata) - an antiseptic and disinfectant; a mixture of calcium hypochlorite, hydrate of calcium oxide and calcium chloride. Contains 28-38% active chlorine. Apply (dry) for disinfection of discharge, of facilities (0.2 to 5% solution). Cm. also Disinfectants.