dvr Sodium Hypo Chlorite (4-6%) 50 Kg

A 12% solution is widely used in waterworks for the chlorination of water and a 15% solution is more commonly used for disinfection of waste water in treatment plants. High-test hypochlorite (HTH) is sold for chlorination of swimming pools and contains approximately 30% calcium hypochlorite. The crystalline salt is also sold for the same use; this salt usually contains less than 50% of calcium hypochlorite. However, the level of active chlorine may be much higher.

Technical Specifications:


Parameters Specification Range Typical

Sodium Hypochlorite

as NaOCl (%wt)

12.5 – 13.2 13.0
Available Chlorine (%wt) 11.9 – 12.6 12.4
Available Chlorine (%vol) 14.3 – 15.3 15.0
Available Chlorine grams/liter 143 – 153 150
Excess Caustic (%wt) 0.25 – 0.80 0.30
Specific Gravity @ 60°F 1.197 – 1.220 1.210
pH 12.0 – 13.0 12.50
Iron (Fe) ppm <0.5 0.05
Nickel (Ni) ppm <0.2 0.02
Copper (Cu) ppm <0.2 0.05
Mercury (Hg) ppb 0.001 – 0.003 0.002
Sodium Chloride (NaCl)% <15.0 12.5

Appearance: Clear greenish-yellow liquid miscible in any proportion with water.
This product meets the requirements of NSF standard 60 for drinking water.




OBJECT IS TO FLUSH MATERIAL OUR IMMEDIATELY AND THEN SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY flush eyes with a directed stream of water at least 15 minutes while forcibly holding eye lids apart to ensure complete irrigation of all eye and lid tissue. Washing eyes within one (1) minute is essential to achieve maximum effectiveness. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.


SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIAELY. Flush thoroughly with cold water under shower while removing contaminated clothing and shoes. CONTINUE TO FLUSH UNTIL MEDICAL ATTENTION ARRIVES. Discard non-rubber shoes. Wash clothing before reuse.


Remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, have trained person administer oxygen. If respiration stops, give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.


           NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON. If swallowed, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Give large quantities of milk or gelatin solution. If these are not available give large quantities of water. If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep airway clear and give more milk, gelatin solution or water, GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY. Avoid vomiting, lavages or acidic antidotes. NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: Sodium Hypochlorite is an alkaline corrosive. For exposure by ingestion do not use emesis, lavages or acidic antidotes. Dilute immediately by giving milk, melted ice cream, beaten egg white, starch paste or antacids such as milk magnesia. Aluminum hydroxide gel or magnesium trisilicate gel. Avoid sodium bicarbonate because of  carbon di-oxide release. Sodium thiosulphate solution may prove beneficial by reducing unreacted material


Sodium hypochlorite is the salt formed by a negatively charged hypochlorite ion (OCl-) and a positively charged sodium ion (Na+). Pure hypochlorite is highly reactive and unstable; therefore, it is usually supplied as a dilute aqueous solution. In solution, hypochlorite eventually decomposes to yield a variety of byproducts including oxygen, chlorine gas, and salt. One of these byproducts, hypochlorous acid, is a powerful oxidizing agent (meaning it can accept electrons from other materials) that lends hypochlorite excellent bleaching and disinfecting abilities. The term ‘available chlorine’ is often used to describe the concentration of hypochlorous acid in solution (which provides a measure of the solution's oxidative ability). Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), is commercially available in several solution concentrations, with 12% being the most common for bulk, as this material is highly unstable salt which become sodium chlorate easily. It is formed by the electrolysis of sodium chloride solution when chlorine is bubbled through cold caustic soda solution. Its powerful disinfection and oxidation properties offer a wide range of applications include bleaching in both the paper and textile industries, water purification, odour control, chemical Intermediates and etc. Sodium hypochlorite is used in household bleach material to remove stains particularly on cotton. Chlorine is a general biocide substance killing germs, micro-organisms, algae, etc. The most widely used chloride chemical disinfectants are chlorine, ozone, chlorine dioxide and chloramine. Hypochlorite is an alternative choline source when chlorine gas is impractical. The commercially available liquid hypochlorite form is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) which is used as the disinfectant in hospitals. But this is highly caustic, ethanol class disinfection has replaced. Sodium hypochlorite have also been used extensively in the disinfection of drinking-water. Hypochlorite anion,ClO-, changes the oxidation-reduction potential of the cell, and resulting in the inactivations of the micro-organism's function. Hypochlorite [or chlorate(I)] contains the ion, ClO- ; chlorite [or chlorate(III)], ClO2-; Chlorate [or chlorate(V)], ClO3-; perchlorate [or chlorate(VII)], ClO4-. Hypochlorite solution gradually releases chlorine into water. Sodium hypochlorite is used as a bleaching and disinfection agent for both industry and household, oxidant, sterilizer, decoloring agent, deodorant, water Treatment and food additive. Sodium hypochlorite phosphate, an inclusion complex of trisodium phosphate and sodium hypochlorite, is a dry form of sodium hypochlorite. providing germicidal and disinfectant properties as well as alkalinity. It is used in as a bactericide in food and dairy processing and cleanser of medical instruments and scouring. It is used in detergents, automatic dishwasher detergent and laundry soaps.

Using Procedure:

Note : Store in cool place

UN No :  1791



R31: Contact with acids liberates toxic gases

R34: Causes burns


S1/2: Keep locked up and out of the reach of children.

S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water

S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek  medical advice (show the label where possible)

S50: Do not mix with acids

S50: Do not mix with reducing agents

X2: Restricted to professional users.Warning! Avoid exposure – obtain special instructions before use.

A weak soln. ( 1.2 % ) is used. For purifying water
0.02 to 0 .2 % volumetric is sufficient for Potable Water Treatment



            Sodium Hypochlorite as Chlorine                           : 15%

            Sodium Hydroxide                                                  :   1%

INERT INGREDIENTS:                                                      : 84%

             Total                                                                        100%        




Appearance: Clear greenish-yellow liquid miscible in any proportion with water.

This product meets the requirements of NSF standard 60 for drinking water.

  • Also used as a disinfectant and germicide , especially in the sterilization of water.

  • It is also used for making wool unshrinkable and in the manufactire of chloroform.

  • For the purpose of disinfection and bleaching  , a weak soln. ( 1.2 % ) is used. For purifying water 0.02 to 0 .2 % volumetric is sufficientPotable Water Treatment

  • Aquatics and Pools
  • Odor Control/Corrosion Control
  • Food & Beverage Processing
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Cooling Towers, Inland Power Stations & Industry
  • Irrigation Systems
  • Agriculture/Farming

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