Peracetic acid supplier and Exporter from INDIA.
A water like clear & colorless liquid.An aqueous equilibrium solution containing peracetic acid, Hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid and special stabilizers. This product is considered environmentally safe since it decomposes to acetic acid and oxygen. Acetic acid is completely biodegradeable.
Peracetic acid is an environmentally safe and versatile anti-microbial agent and a powerful antioxidant. Peracetic Acid can be applied for the deactivation of a large variety of pathogenic microorganisms. It also deactivates viruses and spores. Peracetic Acid activity is hardly influenced by organic compounds that are present in the Water. Peracetic Acid is used mainly in the Food Industry, where it is applied as a cleanser and as a disinfectant. It is applied for bacteria and fungi removal. It was also used for the disinfection of recycled rinsing water for foodstuffs.
Peracetic acid is applied for the disinfection of medical supplies and to prevent bio film formation in pulp industries. It can be applied during water purification as a disinfectant and for Plumming Disinfection. Peracetic acid is suitable for cooling tower water disinfection; it effectively prevents bio film formation and controls Legionella bacteria. It%u2019s an alternative for chlorine, sodium hypochlorite and chlorine dioxide. It decomposes into biodegradable components and doesn%u2019t create chlorinated compounds or harmful disinfection by-products.
Grades available: PAA 5%, 12%, 15% & 20% (customized concentration can also be explored).
Packing: In 30kg and 200kg polythene drums with vented type cap.
|Peracetic acid||%w/w||12 min|
|Active Oxygen||%w/w||9 min|
|Acetic acid||%w/w||18 min|
|pH of 1% solution||–||3.0 max|
|Sp.Gravity @25 + 1%u0E50C||–||1.0 min|
Oxidizing agent, causes severe burns. May cause fire. Harmful by Inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
Sanitizer in breweries, beverage, juices, food processing and equipment : meat, bakery, poultry, sea food and disinfection in hospital (facility sanitization). The United States Environmental Protection Agency first registered peracetic acid as an antimicrobial in 1985 for indoor use on hard surfaces. Use sites include agricultural premises, food establishments, medical facilities, and home bathrooms. Peracetic acid is also registered for use in dairy/cheese processing plants, on food processing equipment, and in pasteurizers in breweries, wineries, and beverage plants. It is also applied for the disinfection of medical supplies, to prevent biofilm formation in pulp industries, and as a water purifier and disinfectant. Peracetic acid can be used as a cooling tower water disinfectant, where it prevents bio film formation and effectively controls Legionella bacteria.
Formula : CH3COOOH
CAS NO. : 79-21-0
Synonyms : Peracetic acid, Acetyl Hydroperoxide
Molecular weight : 76.05 g/mole
Physical and Chemical properties:
Form : Liquid
Color :Clear, Colorless
Odor :Strong purgent
Product performance : Best if used within 12 months and stored at 35ºC MAX
Test Method : Determination of the concentration by titration with Sodium Thiosulphate.
Handling & Storage
Safe handling advice : Never return unused material to storage receptacle. Avoid exposure. Provide appropriate exhaust ventilation. Wear suitable protective clothes. Open drum/container carefully. Content may be under pressure
Technical measures/Precautions : Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking. Keep away from combustible material. Protect from Contamination. Do not heat over +30 oC
Storage : Keep in a cool, well-ventilated place. Keep away from heat, direct sunlight and sources of ignition. Store in original container equipped with a vent.
Incompatible products : Metal chlorides, bases, reducing agents, organic materials, contamination.
Spills clean up : Dam up. Flush very dilute solution into sewer with plenty of water. Never return spills in original containers for reuse.
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