|Concentration In Water||50 % w/w|
|Apparent pH||1.0 - 3.0|
|Packaging Size||35 kg|
|Stability||Less Than Equal to 0.3 mls of O2/min/25 mls @ 100 DegreeC|
|Acidity as H2SO4||Less Than Equal to 0.03 g/100 ml|
|Phosphate as PO4||75 - 250 mg/L|
|Residue on Evaporation @ 105 Degree C||Less Than Equal to 1200 mg/kg|
|Residue on Ignition @ 800 Degree C||Less Than Equal to 500 mg/kg|
|Iron as Fe||Less Than Equal to 1.0 mg/L|
50 % Hydrogen Peroxide is usually the most economical grade for industrial applications in which inorganic stabilizers are acceptable.
Hydrogen Peroxide is used in the pulp and paper industry in bleaching chemical and mechanical pulp and in wastepaper recycling. In the textile industry, it is a bleach for natural and synthetic fibers and a desizing agent. It also safely detoxifies many industrial wastes, including phenolics and reduced sulfur compounds. Technical Grade hydrogen peroxide is also used in the extraction and finishing of metals.