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Anjanee Chemical Industries

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Hydrogen Peroxide Manufacturer & Supplier : India

Anjanee Chemical Industries is a leading manufacturer, dealer, distributor and supplier of Hydrogen Peroxide 35%, 50%, 60%, 70% W/W in carboys & tanker load packing with capacity of supply above 1000 MT per month. 

Pulp & Paper, Textile and Water Treatment are the major industries using Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2). 

Dealer, Distributor, Supplier, Importer of Hydrogen Peroxide

Anjanee Chemical Industries is a leading supplier, dealer, distributor, importer of all grade of Hydrogen Peroxide 35%, 50%, 60%, 70% w/w concentration from Vadodara, Dahej, Ankleshwar, Ahmedabad, Vapi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, India. 

We are a supplier of following companies Hydrogen Peroxide.

  • Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. (GACL)
  • Aditya Birla Industries (Grasim Industries & Indian Rayon, Century)
  • National Peroxide Ltd. (NPL)
  • Indian Peroxide Ltd. (IPL)
  • Imported Hydrogen Peroxide - China, Korea, Indonesia, Worldwide

Hydrogen Peroxide Grades

  • 50% w/w (Concenrated) - Hydrogen Peroxide
  • 60% w/w (Concentrated) - Hydrogen Peroxide
  • 35% w/w (Concentrated) -Hydrogen Peroxide
  • 70% w/w (Distillate) - Hydrogen Peroxide

Chemical Properties of Hydrogen Peroxide

The most important chemical property of Hydrogen Peroxide is its ability to provide “active oxygen” to the process concerned. Active oxygen can be explained thus:

In most inorganic and organic compounds which contain oxygen(e.g. water, metal oxides, alcohols, carbonates, etc.), the oxygen atom is bound to another type of atom and cannot be easily split off. Hydrogen Peroxide, on the other hand, contains the group -O-O- in which the two oxygen atoms are directly coupled to each other. The oxygen-oxygen link in such compounds can be broken, liberating one atom as “active oxygen”.

Reactions
Hydrogen Peroxide reacts :

  • as an oxidant.
  • as an reductant.
  • to form other inorganic and organic peroxy compounds.
  • to form addition compounds.

Reaction Mechanisms
As an oxidant it usually reacts via one of the following mechanisms —

  • ia ionic reactions.
  • oxygen transfer via inorganic and organic peroxygen compounds.
  • by electron transfer.
  • free radical reactions, usually in the presence of metal catalysts.

Versatility
Its versatility is further enhanced by the following properties—

  • Effective over whole pH range.
  • High oxidation potential (Eo=1.763 at pH 0 Eo=0.878 at pH 14)
  • non-contaminating by-product.
  • is a liquid and so, easy to use.

Hydrogen Peroxide chemical

Chemical Synthesis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen Peroxide is widely used on an industrial scale in the production of inorganic and organic chemicals. Examples of its applications are given below:

Inorganic peroxide derivatives

  • Hydrogen Peroxide forms perhydrates and peroxo compounds with alkali metal salts. The best known are sodium perborate (mono and tetrahydrate NaBO3.H20,NaBO3.4H2O) and sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate 2Na2CO3.3H2O2 which are used as ingredients of heavy duty washing powders. Inorganic peroxides of calcium, zinc, strontium, magnesium and barium are made by reaction of the metal hydroxide with Hydrogen Peroxide.

Peracid Formation

  • Hydrogen Peroxide reacts with many organic acids to form peracids of which peracetic acid is the best known. It is used as a reagent in organic synthesis and as a bactericide.

Epoxidation

  • Hydrogen Peroxide and peracids react with unsaturated compounds to produce epoxides. Amongst the commercially important products are epoxidised vegetable oils like soyabean, groundnut and rapeseed, which are used as stabilisers/plasticisers for PVC. Other products of industrial importance include α-olefin oxides and terpene oxides.

Hydroxylation

  • By selecting more vigorous reaction condition than required for epoxidation, α-olefins and unsaturated oils can be converted to diols. Hydroxylation of the aromatic nucleus is also possible and is used on an industrial scale to produce hydroquinone and catechol.

Lactone formation

  • Ketones can be oxidised to esters by percarboxylic acids or in some cases by Hydrogen Peroxide. Cyclic ketones form lactones of which the manufacture of ε-caprolactone from cyclohexanone is one example.

Organo-sulphur oxidation

  • Reactions of Hydrogen Peroxide with organo-sulphur compounds yields disulphides, sulphoxides, sulphones and sulphenamides. These compounds are important as rubber accelerators, agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals.

Organo-nitrogen oxidation

  • Tertiay amines react with Hydrogen Peroxide to produce amine oxides which are used as surfactants in the detergent and the cosmetics industries. Secondary amines gives substituted hydoxylamines and primary aromatics amines give nitro compounds.

Organic peroxide production

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is used to produce a wide range of organic peroxides which are used as initiators in the production of polystyrene, PVC, polyethylene and other polymers and as curing agents for polyester resins.

Inorganic chemicals manufacture

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is used mainly in oxidizing reactions to produce inorganic chemicals of high purity. These include such diverse products as ferric sulphate, hydrazine, sodium chlorite, potassium hydrogen permonosulphate and arsenic acid.

Product purification including bleaching

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is increasingly used to improve the quality of chemical products. Best known is colour improvement (bleaching), but colourless impurities, if oxidisable, can be removed. Products which may be improved by Hydrogen Peroxide treatment include fatty acids, phthalate esters, sulphonates and sulphuric acid.

Other reactions
Hydrogen Peroxide and peracids have many other applications in organic synthesis including.

  • Oxidative cleavage of olefins to aldehydes and acids.
  • Oxidation of aromatic side chains.
  • Oxidation of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons to 1-4-quinones.
  • Oxidation of aldehydes to various products.
  • Oxidation of organo-phosphorus compounds.
  • Bromination to avoid formation of HBr.
  • Oxidation of iodides to iodoso and iodoxy compounds.

Hydrogen Peroxide for Textile Industries

Hydrogen Peroxide is undoubtedly the most versatile bleaching agent available to the textile industry. It offers advantages, namely.

Ease of application

  • Potential for reducing process times
  • Minimisation of effluent problems
  • Preservation of textile fibre Quality.
  • A high and extremely stable degree of whiteness.
  • Harmless decomposition products (water and oxygen).

Natural cellulose fibres

  • Natural cellulosic fibres contain varying quantities of impurities, e.g. cotton seed, fats, waxes and pectins. Early bleaching processes required that most impurities be removed by alkaline or acid treatments.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide bleaching in an alkaline medium often enables those pretreatments to be less severe or even eliminated whilst retaining the intrinsic qualities of the cellulose. 
  • Hydrogen Peroxide has also been successfully used in the cold bleaching of textile fabrics both in the organised sector as also in the urban/rural based hand-processing sector. Cold bleaching of hand-spun yarn with Hydrogen Peroxide prior to dyeing greatly increases the absorbency thereby reducing the consumption of expensive dyes.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is also used for bleaching of coir, jute fibres.

Animal fibres

  • Wool and silk are bleached easily with Hydrogen Peroxide. After scouring, wool may be bleached by immersion or pad and dry techniques, using alkaline or acid solutions.
  • Prior to bleaching, silk is usually degummed. Hydrogen Peroxide addition assists this process and it is universally used as the bleaching agent for natural silk, usually in an alkaline solution.

Artificial or regenerated cellulose fibres

  • Rayon and spun rayon, produced from regenerated cellulose do not contain many of the impurities associated with natural cellulosic fibres. Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide can be carried out with milder conditions than required for cotton.

Synthetic fibres

  • When used alone, synthesis fibres do not normally require bleaching. However, blends of synthetic fibres with natural or regenerated fibres, e.g. cotton-polyester are frequently bleached. The most popular bleaching agent is Hydrogen Peroxide and it is used in both batch and continuous processes.

Hydrogen Peroxide for Paper Pulp Bleaching

Mechanical pulp
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is the ideal agent for bleaching mechanical and other high yield pulps (thermo-mechanical, chemi-mechanical) to high brightness levels. The brightness is more stable with Hydrogen Peroxide than with any other commercial bleaching agent.
  • CMP, CSRMP of eucalyptus, CMP bagasse, Cold Soda Semi Chemical Pulp of hardwood and SGW of hardwood can be bleached to high degree of brightness using hydrogen peroxide.
Chemical pulp
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is an environmentally safe oxidizing agent which does not generate chlorine derivatives in the pulp suspension.
  • Recirculation of bleaching effluents therefore becomes possible. Also, when recirculation and burning are not practiced, the use of Hydrogen Peroxide produces a less coloured bleaching effluent which reduces the pollution load on surface waters.
  • For these reasons and its cost effectiveness, the use of Hydrogen Peroxide has good potential in chemical pulp bleaching as a partial replacement for chlorine, chlorine dioxide and sodium/calcium hypochlorite.
Typical applications of Hydrogen Peroxide in chemical kraft pulp bleaching are:
  • in the extraction stage of basic bleaching sequences like CEHH or CEH, Hydrogen Peroxide can effectively replace a part of hypochlorite to give similar or even higher brightness to the pulp. When the pulp is treated with Hydrogen Peroxide in the extraction stage, it not only bleaches the pulp, but also decolourises the extraction liquor to some extent. The resulting bleaching sequences obtained with Hydrogen Peroxide are CEpHH, CEpH and CEpHP.
  • At the end of the bleaching sequence, the use of Hydrogen Peroxide enables a higher brightness and a better brightness stability to be reached. Sequences such as CEHDP and CEHP are operated in several pulp mills throughout the world.
  • Sulphite pulps are easier to bleach than kraft pulps. Sequences such as CEHP, CPH, CEpHD and PH are used industrially.
  • Chemical pulp of agro residue such as rice straw, bagasse can be easily bleached to higher and stable brightness by CHP or HP type of bleaching sequence.
Waste paper pulp
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is an efficient chemical for both mechanical and chemical pulp bleaching. Hydrogen Peroxide is active in alkaline conditions in which waste papers are usually repulped. Hydrogen Peroxide also aids ink removal. For these reasons Hydrogen Peroxide is a very effective and convenient chemical for waste paper upgrading. Added at the repulping stage, it bleaches the pulp fibres and improves ink removal. Added at the bleach tower, Hydrogen Peroxide bleaching benefits from the higher pulp consistency.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is used in all types of deinking processes, whether flotation or washing deinking. It is also used in recycling processes where ink is dispersed rather than removed.

Other uses & application of Hydrogen Peroxide

Uses in the electronics industry

  • Solutions of Hydrogen Peroxide and sulphuric acid are used in etching of printed circuit boards and in other cleaning and etching process throughout the industry.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is also used for cleaning germanium and silicon semi- conductors.

Polymer manufacture

  • Hydrogen peroxide is widely used as a source of free radicals in emulsion process for the polymerisation of vinyl chloride, vinyl acetate, methyl methacrylate and many other monomers.

Cosmetics

  • Hydrogen peroxide is used in the bleaching of hair, in fixing dyes by oxidation and in the permanent waving and straightening of hair.

Pharmaceutical antiseptic

  • The use of dilute solutions of Hydrogen Peroxide as an antiseptic in pharmaceuticals was amongst its first applications.

Sterilisation

  • The bactericidal and algicidal properties of Hydrogen Peroxide coupled with the advantage that harmless residues are formed when it decomposes,have led to its uses in the following applications:
  • Sterilisation of seed and grain.
  • Sterilisation of containers in the packaging of milk, fruit juice and other foodstuffs.
  • Treatment of swimming pools in conjunction with some proprietary chemicals.
  • Treatment of industrial water circuits.
  • The cleaning of equipment and lines in the food and dairy industries.
  • Sterilisation of contact lenses

Dye Oxidation

  • The use of Hydrogen peroxide directly, or in the form of its derivatives, sodium perborate and sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate, facilitates the oxidation of vat and some sulphur dyes after their application to textiles in the leuco form

Starch modification

  • Modification of starch to reduce its viscosity in solution can be achieved by oxidation with Hydrogen Peroxide. This provides the paper industry with a convenient route to the desired starch without producing any undesirable by-products.

Antichlor

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is used to destroy excess chlorine or hypochlorite which may remain from a previous process stage. In both cases the end-products are chloride ions and water.

Manufacture of foams

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is able to liberate large volume of oxygen gas under controlled conditions with only water as a residue. Processes for the production of foam rubber (natural & synthetic), plastic and concrete have been developed.

Source of Oxygen and energy

  • The use of Hydrogen Peroxide as a source of oxygen and energy was developed and exploited before and during World War II. It was used as a source of oxygen in the conditions where no air is available (under water or in the stratosphere), and as a source of energy in rapid take-off of aircraft and rockets.

Bleaching of naturally occurring products

  • Hydrogen Peroxide is used for the bleaching of a wide and varied range of naturally occurring products including wood, oils and fats, wax, bones, furs, straw, wicker, feathers, nuts, sponges, lanolin and gelatine.

Other Application of Hydrogen Peroxide

  • CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS
  • TEXTILE BLEACHING
  • PAPER PULP BLEACHING
  • SUGAR BLEACHING
  • NON-EDIBLE OIL BLEACHING
  • WATER AND EFFLUENT TREATMENT
  • METALLURGY
  • OTHER APPLICATIONS

Dealer, Distributor, Supplier, Importer of Hydrogen Peroxide

Anjanee Chemical Industries is a leading supplier, dealer, distributor, importer of all grade of Hydrogen Peroxide 35%, 50%, 60%, 70% w/w concentration from Vadodara, Dahej, Ankleshwar, Ahmedabad, Vapi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, India. 

We are a supplier of following companies Hydrogen Peroxide.

  • Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. (GACL)
  • Aditya Birla Industries (Grasim Industries & Indian Rayon, Century)
  • National Peroxide Ltd. (NPL)
  • Indian Peroxide Ltd. (IPL)
  • Imported Hydrogen Peroxide - China, Korea, Indonesia, Worldwide

Hydrogen Peroxide W/w Available In India

Transport & Packing of Hydrogen Peroxide

Anjanee Chemical Industries supplies Hydrogen Peroxide w/w in 30 kgs, 50 kgs & 250 kgs non-returnable HDPE carboys/barrels as also in specially constructed dedicated road tankers.

Dealer, Distributor, Supplier, Importer of Hydrogen Peroxide

Anjanee Chemical Industries is a leading supplier, dealer, distributor, importer of all grade of Hydrogen Peroxide 35%, 50%, 60%, 70% w/w concentration from Vadodara, Dahej, Ankleshwar, Ahmedabad, Vapi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, India. 

We are a supplier of following companies Hydrogen Peroxide.

  • Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. (GACL)
  • Aditya Birla Industries (Grasim Industries & Indian Rayon, Century)
  • National Peroxide Ltd. (NPL)
  • Indian Peroxide Ltd. (IPL)
  • Imported Hydrogen Peroxide - China, Korea, Indonesia, Worldwide

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