|As a white free flowing granular chemical, Sodium Pecarbonate is applied in the formulation of laundry products and many other detergents. It can provide effective cleaning, bleaching, stain removal capabilities, and is environmentally compatible, for it breaks down into water, oxygen, and soda ash. It is made with hydrogen peroxide and sodium carbonate, providing high alkalinity to enhance the bleaching power of peroxide. Its active oxygen content is equavalent to hydrogen peroxide of 29% density. It is widely used in heavy-duty laundry||detergents, all-fabric, paper and pulp, textile and dyeing bleaches, vat sye oxidation, and carpet cleaners, and is also used in the preparation of disinfectants, and used as oxygen generator in fish-raising industry and for medical emergency.
Compared with coated sodium pecarbonate, uncoated product is normaly less stable, but contains higher active oxygen and can release it faster and more easily when it breaks into water. It is more often used in oxygen bleaching products and oxygen generators.
|(Molecular Formula)||2Na2 CO3 . 3H2 O2|
|(Appearance)||White crystal with good fluidity|
|Index||Type I Standard Type||Type III Standard Type|
|Active Oxygen conte,% ≥||13.5||11.0 ~ 13.0|
|Iron Content, mg/kg ≤||15||15|
|Moisture, 175°C % ≤||2.0||2.0|
|Bulk Density, g/l||700 ~ 1100||750 ~ 850|
|pH Value ( 30g/l solution )||10 ~ 11||10 ~ 11|
|( 105°C,2h ) Heat Stability,% ≥||90||90|
|Phosphate (P2 O5 ) ,% ≤||0.8||0.8|