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Sodium percarbonate (Synonyms: sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate, sodium carbonate peroxide, PCS) is a free-flowing crystalline granules.
Percarbonate is used as an activated oxygen component in detergents, bleaches and cleaning agents. Due to the unsatisfactory storage stability of the uncoated sodium percarbonate in warm/moist surroundings and in the presence of certain detergent and cleaning agent components, percarbonate must be stabilized against the loss of active oxygen. An essential principle of stabilization involves encasing the percarbonate particles in a coating of components having a stabilizing action. Here comes the definition: the coated sodium percarbonate is the crystals coated with single or multiple layers of various substances in order to increase active oxygen stability and optimize storage and ensiling properties.
No environmental hazards - breaks down to oxygen, water and sodium carbonate (soda ash) in your wash water.
Color safe and fabric safe. It brightens colors
Continual use will not cause yellowing or graying of cotton fabric
Effective stain removal in a broad range of water temperatures
Lengthens time between linen replacement
Prevents fabric from becoming yellowed or darkened
Does not weaken the strength of fabrics like chlorine bleach
In the laundry Sodium Percarbonate is used to destain, deodorize, and whiten. It is very effective as a laundry presoak for heavily stained articles.
Chemical Name:sodium percarbonate
Synonyms: PCS, solid hydrogen peroxide, Sodium carbonate hydrogen peroxide, sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate
formula :2Na2CO3 3H2O2
CAS NO. : 15630-89-4
Molecular Weight: 314.02
Product properties Standard Specification
Active Oxygen, % 13.1min
Bulk Density, g/ml 0.80-1.10
pH Value(3% Solution) 10-11
Ferrc, % 0.002Max
Moisture, % 1.5Max