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  • Sodium percarbonate is a white crystalline water-soluble chemical compound of sodium carbonate and hydrogen peroxide. It is an oxidizing agent and ingredient in a number of home and laundry cleaning products.
  • Sodium percarbonate is a metastable substance and the bond between the peroxygen atoms can be broken giving rise to a decomposition producing sodium carbonate, steam or water, oxygen and heat


  • Sodium percarbonate obtained by the reaction of sodium carbonate solution with 40 – 70 % hydrogen peroxide solution is currently manufactured in the EU using the wet crystallisation process and by the dry fluidised-bed process.
  • Sodium percarbonate is manufactured by the chemical reaction of sodium carbonate and hydrogen peroxide and is mainly used as a bleaching agent in laundry detergent powders, stain removal and food processing.


  • Sodium percrabonate has a wide range of applications in various solid detergent products, cleaning agents and all fabric bleaches. We may also find its usages in oxygen release compositions, personal care formulations, disinfectants, food bleaches, pulp and paper bleaches and textile bleaches, etc.
  • Sodium percarbonate is effective as a disinfectant on both bacteria and virus. It’s an excellent ingredient in personal care and home care formulations for hygiene.


  • The most hydrogen peroxide companies began increasing their capacity as a result of the double digit demand growth then being experienced and the speculation would favor the use of total chlorine–free (TCF) bleaching for bleached wood pulp production. In three years time, hydrogen peroxide capacity in the U.S. increased by 40 percent.
  • Demand for hydrogen peroxide in the US is forecast to increase 3.6 percent annually to more than one billion pounds in 2006. Demand for hydrogen peroxide has grown rapidly over the last decade, primarily due to the replacement of chlorine as the primarily bleach used by the pulp and paper industry.


  • Sodium percarbonate is an inorganic, water soluble solid of relatively low molecular weight. The water solubility of sodium percarbonate is 140 g/l at 20 ºC. Sodium percarbonate rapidly dissolves in water and dissociates into sodium ions, carbonate ions and hydrogen peroxide.
  • The chronic toxicity of sodium percarbonate can be predicted from the chronic toxicity of hydrogen peroxide. A chronic toxicity study with invertebrates and hydrogen peroxide revealed a NOEC of 2 mg/l.

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