Sodium Hypochlorite is the main ingredient in laundry bleach. It is used extensively as a bleaching agent in the textile, detergents, and paper and pulp industries. It is also used as an oxidizing agent for organic products. In the petrochemical industry, sodium hypochlorite is used in petroleum products refining. Large quantities are also used as a disinfectant in water and wastewater treatment and sanitary equipment. In food processing, sodium hypochlorite is used to sanitize food preparation equipment, in fruit and vegetable processing, mushroom production, hog, beef and poultry production, maple syrup production, and fish processing.

In various parts of the world, sodium hypochlorite strength is identified using five common definitions that result in different numbers although the oxidizing power is the same, i.e., the sodium hypochlorite strength is the same.

                NaOCl Wt. %Common Uses
                2%Shock Chlorination of Wells
                1-5%Household Disinfectant, Laundering Clothes, Dentistry Root Canal Treatment, Antisepsis of Mammary Glands in Dairy Industry, Disinfectant in Hospitals, Food Processing, Mushroom Production, Hog, Beef, and Poultry Productions, Maple Syrup Production, Fish Processing, etc.
                12-16%Disinfectant in Swimming Pools, Water Treatment, Waste Water Treatment

Pack Size & MRP:

5% Solution

5LTR             INR.599/-

10% Solution

5LTR             INR.920/-