Sodium Perborate Mono
Sodium perborate is a white, free-flowing crystalline compounds soluble in water. Sodium Perborate is a stable, solid source of active oxygen. Sodium perborate is an active form of oxygen used to whiten, brighten, clean, and deodorize. Sodium perborate may be used in a large number of cleaning products, such as laundry detergents, automatic dishwasher detergents, oxygen powder bleaches, fabric softeners, hand dishwashing detergents, all-purpose cleaners, air fresheners, and stain removers. Products like Oxi-Clean are almost entirely made up of this substance.
- Sodium perborate is an oxidizing and toxic boron compound, which hydrolyzes to hydrogen peroxide and boron.
- It is also a combustible material that may cause a fire.
- it is harmful if swallowed, toxic by inhalation, irritating to the respiratory system, and may cause serious damage to the eyes according to the risk phrases
- Sodium perborate Mono is considered as a solid form of hydrogen peroxide used as a strong oxidizing agent in various industries including detergent.
- Sodium perborate has also been widely used, though on a much smaller scale, in various dental products, in cosmetics, in cleaning products, in disinfectants, and in decontamination and decommissioning of various organophosphorus compounds.