Industrial Inorganic Salt Solid Sodium Hypochlorite Plant Quality

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Product Description:

Sodium Hypochlorite

CAS NO: 7681-52-9

Chemical Formula: NaClO

Molecular Weight: 74.44

Appearance: Yellow transparent Liquid

Standard: HG/T2498-1993


Specification:

Available Chlorine: 8%-16%

NaOH: 1% Max


Transportation Info:

Class: 8    UN NO: 1791    PG:III

Industrial Inorganic Salt Solid Sodium Hypochlorite Plant Quality

Application:

Disinfection for swimming pool, drinking water, cooling tower and sewage and waste water, food, and farming, hospital, school, station and household etc

Good bleaching and oxidation in paper and dye industry.


Normal Packing: 30kg drum, 1200kg IBC Tank

80% powder,90% granular 50kg Drum
25%,31% liquid 1250kg IBC drum or 250kg PVC drum 
Capability:30,000MT/year

 

Molecular Formula: NaClO2
Molecular Weight: 90.45
CAS NO: 7758-19-2
Character: white,or pale yellow powder

COMPONENT

SOLID

LIQUID

SODIUM CHLORITE

≥80

≥90

≥25

≥31

NAClO3

≤4

≤2

≤1.5

NAOH

≤3

≤1.5

≤1.5

NA2CO3

≤2

≤1

≤1

NACl

≤17

≤9

≤3

NA2SO4

≤3

≤1.5

≤1

SODIUM NITRATE

≤0.1

≤0.1

≤0.1

Production PropertyThis product has high content and stability, can easily dissolve in water, and has difficult hardpan. It is an oxidizing agent with high efficiency and an excellent bleaching reagent. The pure sodium chlorite is equal to 10 times of bleaching powder. The more important characteristic is that it has the moderate ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential)

 

Application: Sodium chlorite is a kind of latest, efficient bleacher and bactericide. Previously, it is applied to bleach flax, cotton, fibres, textiles etc. Sodium Chlorite has been expanding its using fields with the running raise of people's concept, especially the further application of the fourth generation disinfectant (ClO2) on medicine and health, food-processing, aquaculture, drinking water disinfection, industry water treatment, dry flower procedure and so on.


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