Light Yellow Flakes or Semi-beads
1000 @ 25 kg PP/PE bags, 25 MT / 20'FCL
20 @ 750 kg PP/PE bags, 15 MT/20' FCL
25 @ 1 MT Jumbo bags, 25 MT / 20`FCL
420 @ 50 kg PP/PE Bags, 21 MT / 20'FCL
Sodium peroxide is an inorganic compound. It is a sodium product that is ignited in excess oxygen and turned into a yellow, granular form. This substance acts as a strong basic anhydride and can therefore react with acids and with strong reducing agents in redox reactions. It is highly insoluble thermally stable sodium source suitable for glass, optic and ceramic applications. Its octahydrate form, which is simple to prepare, is white, in contrast to the anhydrous material.
Sodium peroxide can be prepared on a large scale by the reaction of metallic sodium with oxygen at 130–200 °C, a process that generates sodium oxide, which in a separate stage absorbs oxygen.
4 Na + O2 → 2 Na2O
2 Na2O + O2 → 2 Na2O2
It may also be produced by passing ozone gas over solid sodium iodide inside a platinum or palladium tube. The ozone oxidizes the sodium to form sodium peroxide. The iodine can be sublimed by mild heating. The platinum or palladium catalyzes the reaction and is not attacked by the sodium peroxide.
Applications of Sodium Peroxide in different industries: