SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 5-6%
Sodium hypochlorite is known as bleach liquid due to its excellent bleaching properties. Sodium hypochlorite 5-6% is the household bleach and the most correct concentration of sodium hypochlorite for disinfecting general liquid waste 5000ppm, roughly 0.5%. OMAL is the leading Sodium hypochlorite manufacturer in India as all the products manufactured by us are of premium quality and have vast applications in cleaning. Sodium hypochlorite 5-6% strength contains chlorine content of 50-60 gms/lt. it is used for bleaching and removing tough stains from white clothes and fabrics which makes the sodium hypochlorite manufacturers prepare at the finest quality.
Features of Sodium Hypochlorite
- Long shelf life
- Free from impurities
- Used for water treatment
- Accurate chemical composition
- Used as disinfectant and sanitization
|1||APPEARANCE||CLEAR YELLOW LIQUID|
|2||SPECIFIC GRAVITY at 25 degree celsius||1.08-1.10|
|3||CHLORINE grams per litre||55-70|
|4||AVAILABLE CHLORINE (% BY MASS)||5-6%|
|5||TOTAL ALKALI as NaOH||18-30 gpl|
What is sodium hypochlorite 5 percent uses?
Sodium hypochlorite 5 percent is used as a disinfectant agent for disinfecting viruses, bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms.
At what temperature should sodium hypochlorite be stored?
Sodium hypochlorite should be stored below 20^C in air-tight bottles.
Why is Sodium hypochlorite called bleach?
Sodium hypochlorite is a strong liquid oxidizing agent and is in the tone of greenish-yellowish. It is usually known as bleach as sodium hypochlorite is an active ingredient in bleach.
Why is Sodium hypochlorite harmful?
Sodium hypochlorite is a harmful chemical and on contact with tissues, it can cause injuries. Swallowing sodium hypochlorite is poisonous. Even inhaling sodium hypochlorite is also poisonous and more if mixed with ammonia.