The Mechanism of Potassium Monopersulfate In Bleach

The reactive oxygen species in potassium monopersulfate compound is not high, so it can be used for bleaching. Because of its high oxidation potential energy, it can play a bleaching role at low temperature. The experimental results show that the bleaching efficiency of sodium perborate at 60℃ is much higher than that of sodium perborate (the same concentration of reactive oxygen species), which is suitable for the use of low temperature bleaching agent. Potassium monopersulfate compound salt can also be used as a dry bleaching agent in washing and dyeing shops.

When combined in washing water and provided with at least 25ppm of reactive oxygen species, the monopulfite complex is an effective low temperature chlorine free washing bleach. Conventional anhydrous bases and fillers can be used to obtain a PH of 9-10 and to control dosage. Potassium bisulfate complexes can be used with fabrics of various colors. However, great care must be taken to dissolve the monopulfate complexes completely before contact with wet fabrics to avoid damage to the fabric.

Post time: Sep-19-2022