The most important chemical property of Hydrogen Peroxide is its ability to provide “active oxygen” to the process concerned. Active oxygen can be explained thus:
In most inorganic and organic compounds which contain oxygen (e.g. water, metal oxides, alcohols, carbonates, etc.), the oxygen atom is bound to another type of atom and cannot be easily split off. Hydrogen Peroxide, on the other hand, contains the group -O-O- in which the two oxygen atoms are directly coupled to each other. The oxygen-oxygen link in such compounds can be broken, liberating one atom as “active oxygen”.
Colorless, Slight Viscous, Water like liquid, Miscible with water, Mainly Produce "Activated Oxygen'' in all Concerned process.
Uses of hydrogen peroxide provide a clean process and enable to maintain pollution free environment as it decomposes to water and oxygen. The rate of decomposition is as low as 1.0% per year at normal room temperature.
As a bleaching agent for Pulp, Paper, Textile, Sugar, Coir and Tobacco Industries
Antiseptic Agent in Pharmaceuticals
Sterling agent in aseptic Packing
As raw material for organic & inorganic chemicals, dyestuffs and pesticides,
Propellant for rocket & aircrafts
Oxidizing agent for silver ornaments
Neutralizing agent in wine distillation
Chemical reagent for extraction of different metals: cobalt, uranium etc.
As an etching & cleaning agent in electronic industry and process equipment.
30 KGS, 50 KGS, 250 KGS DRUM