Samuda technical grade hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is usually the most economical grade for industrial applications in which inorganic stabilizers are accepted.
Samuda technical grade hydrogen peroxide is used in the pulp and paper industry in bleaching chemical and mechanical pulp and in wastepaper recycling. In the textile industry, it is a bleach for natural and synthetic fibers and a desizing agent. It also safely detoxifies many industrial
wastes including phenolics and reduced sulfur compound. Samuda technical grade hydrogen peroxide is also used in the extraction and inishing of metals.
Hydrogen peroxide is a clear, colorless, slightly viscous liquid. It is slightly denser than water but is miscible with water in all proportions. Hydrogen peroxide decomposes exothermally to water and oxygen with no toxic residues. The decomposition is normally slow (<1%/yr) with no temperature rise but is accelerated by heat and decomposition catalysts, such as transition metals and their compounds, strong acids and strong alkalis.
|Concentration in water, %W/W||35.0-36.0||50.0-51.0||60.0-61.0|
|Apparent PH||1.7-3.7||1.0-3.0||– 0.5,-1.6|
|Appearance||Clear colorless liquid||Clear colorless liquid||Clear colorless liquid|
Total Production Capacity per month is 170-250 MT/Day or 5100-7500 MT/Month