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14029 Hydrogen Peroxide Stabilizer

14029 Hydrogen Peroxide Stabilizer

Short Description:

14029 is mainly composed of special compounds.

Under alkali condition, it can form micelle to block metal ions, which inhibits the rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.

It can be applied in the bleaching process for fabrics of cotton and cotton blends.

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Features & Benefits

  1. Contains no phosphate. Fits environmental protection requirements.
  2. Excellent stability. Can effectively inhibit rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
  3. Imparts fabrics high whiteness, soft hand feeling and small degradation degree of polymerization of fiber.
  4. Contains no silicone. Not pollutes equipment. Not forms silicone scales.


Typical Properties

Appearance: Colorless to light yellow transparent liquid
Ionicity: Nonionic
pH value: 6.5±1.0 (1% aqueous solution)
Solubility: Soluble in water
Content: 17%
Application: Cotton and cotton blends



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