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Sodium Hypochlorite Solution
Sodium Hypochlorite Solution
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About Sodium Hypochlorite. It is an industrial practice to establish definitions of sodium hypochlorite strength in order to characterize the product. The term “available chlorine” is often used and is a measure of the oxidizing capacity of a chemical relative to that of pure Cl2. Sodium hypochlorite contains about 95.3 wt.% of available chlorine. From this definition, a common term used is “trade percent of available chlorine” which expresses the weight of available chlorine in grams per 100 mL of NaClO solution. Additionally, strength can be simply measured as the weight percent of sodium hypochlorite in solution.

Sodium hypochlorite is mainly produced through chlorine contact with diluted caustic soda (NaOH). The process is similar to that used for preventing chlorine emissions in chlor-alkali plants (chlorine scrubbing).

Sodium Hypochlorite solutions should be stored at a temperature below 15 °C, away from acids, and protected from direct sunlight. The storage system should also be vented to avoid oxygen off-gassing of this chemical. For industrial purposes, fiberglass reinforced plastic, chlorobutyl rubber-lined, and polyethylene tanks are preferred to store Sodium Hypochlorite solutions. Steel tanks should be avoided because they tend to degrade in contact with bleach. For bulk supply, transportation is usually done by tank trucks. For small quantities, Sodium Hypochlorite solutions are transported by containers (500 mL to 20 L).

Bleach may be produced by batch or continuous process, depending on its particular use or market demand. Two main types of manufacturing processes can be distinguished: chemical production and electrochemical production. Raw materials and the respective production processes employed in the manufacturing of Sodium Hypochlorite are listed below.

  • Sodium chlorate + sulfuric acid + refined sodium chloride (Erco R3 process; byproduct of chlorine dioxide production),
  • Sodium hydroxide + chlorine (reaction)

The uses and applications of Sodium Hypochlorite may vary according to its specification. Usually, it is traded as 5.25-20 wt% NaClO solutions. The main forms of Sodium Hypochlorite are household grade (5 to 6 wt% purity); and industrial grade (10 to 15 wt% purity).

Although household demand has been historically larger in terms of volume, industrial demand is superior on a dry basis. The so-called industrial Sodium Hypochlorite is also employed for other medium to large scale applications. One of the advantages of Sodium Hypochlorite use in drinking water treatment plants is the ability to both disinfect and maintain a residual level of disinfectant throughout the distribution system. Usually, bleach is delivered to water and wastewater treatment plants at concentrations in the range of 10 to 15 trade percent, to minimize transportation costs.

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Price Dynamics. The price of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution in United States increased during February 2019 to 360 USD per metric ton, which represents a considerable rise of 32% compared to the previous month’s value. On a year-over-year basis, the prices of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution in United States decreased significantly by 16%. Meanwhile, the average price of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution in Middle Eastamounted to 449 USD per metric ton, from 372 USD per metric ton one year earlier. On a month-over-month basis, the price of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution in Middle East is 79% higher than the price one month before.

The price of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution in South America was flat throughout February 2019.  The price in South America remained the same when compared to the average price in the previous month and 17% higher than the average price one year before.

About Sodium Hypochlorite. It is an industrial practice to establish definitions of sodium hypochlorite strength in order to characterize the product. The term “available chlorine” is often used and is a measure of the oxidizing capacity of a chemical relative to that of pure Cl2. Sodium hypochlorite contains about 95.3 wt.% of available chlorine. From this definition, a common term used is “trade percent of available chlorine” which expresses the weight of available chlorine in grams per 100 mL of NaClO solution. Additionally, strength can be simply measured as the weight percent of sodium hypochlorite in solution.

Sodium hypochlorite is mainly produced through chlorine contact with diluted caustic soda (NaOH). The process is similar to that used for preventing chlorine emissions in chlor-alkali plants (chlorine scrubbing).

Sodium Hypochlorite solutions should be stored at a temperature below 15 °C, away from acids, and protected from direct sunlight. The storage system should also be vented to avoid oxygen off-gassing of this chemical. For industrial purposes, fiberglass reinforced plastic, chlorobutyl rubber-lined, and polyethylene tanks are preferred to store Sodium Hypochlorite solutions. Steel tanks should be avoided because they tend to degrade in contact with bleach. For bulk supply, transportation is usually done by tank trucks. For small quantities, Sodium Hypochlorite solutions are transported by containers (500 mL to 20 L).

Bleach may be produced by batch or continuous process, depending on its particular use or market demand. Two main types of manufacturing processes can be distinguished: chemical production and electrochemical production. Raw materials and the respective production processes employed in the manufacturing of Sodium Hypochlorite are listed below.

  • Sodium chlorate + sulfuric acid + refined sodium chloride (Erco R3 process; byproduct of chlorine dioxide production),
  • Sodium hydroxide + chlorine (reaction)

The uses and applications of Sodium Hypochlorite may vary according to its specification. Usually, it is traded as 5.25-20 wt% NaClO solutions. The main forms of Sodium Hypochlorite are household grade (5 to 6 wt% purity); and industrial grade (10 to 15 wt% purity).

Although household demand has been historically larger in terms of volume, industrial demand is superior on a dry basis. The so-called industrial Sodium Hypochlorite is also employed for other medium to large scale applications. One of the advantages of Sodium Hypochlorite use in drinking water treatment plants is the ability to both disinfect and maintain a residual level of disinfectant throughout the distribution system. Usually, bleach is delivered to water and wastewater treatment plants at concentrations in the range of 10 to 15 trade percent, to minimize transportation costs.

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