Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine(TAED)
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As the most commercialized low temperature bleaching activator, TAED is typically applied in domestic laundry detergents, automatic dishwashing, and bleach boosters, laundry soak treatments, to improve the washing performance. TAED could be applied in textile bleaching to react with hydrogen peroxide in the bleach bath to produce a stronger oxidant. The use of TAED as bleach activator enables bleaching at lower process temperatures and under milder pH conditions. In pulp and paper industry, TAED is suggested to react with hydrogen peroxide to form a pulp bleaching solution. The addition of TAED into pulp bleaching solution results in a satisfactory bleaching effect. TAED used for detergent industry is in granular form, free flowing, and has several colors (mainly white, green, blue) to choose depending on users choice.