Sodium Hypochlorite 10%

Sodium hypochlorite, also known as sodium chlorate (I) or sodium salt of hypochlorous acid, is an inorganic chemical compound that is obtained by saturating chlorine with an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide. This compound in a free state is very unstable, usually used in the form of an aqueous solution. Sodium hypochlorite has a characteristic strong odour of chlorine and exhibits strong corrosive properties. The product comes on the market only in liquid form, has a straw color, slightly yellow. The product has bactericidal, antiseptic, oxidising, and corrosive properties.

  • bactericidal, antiseptic, oxidising and corrosive properties;
  • production of household chemicals;
  • used as a bleaching agent in the textile and pulp and paper industries;
  • cleaning and disinfection of drinking water;
  • domestic and industrial waste treatment, removal of organic and inorganic pollutants;
  • disinfection of systems, pipelines, and tanks in the dairy industry;
  • in the food industry used in wine production and brewing;
  • fungicidal and germicidal treatment of grains;
  • disinfection of technical rooms;
  • in medicine and pharmacy as an antiviral, antifungal, and bactericidal agent;
  • raw material in industrial organic synthesis;
  • reagent for photometric tests;
  • production of modified food starch;

Pack Size 500ml – 25L .

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