Sodium hypochlorite, also known as bleach and Vitex (the name of one of the manufacturers) in Persian, and has a pungent odor, is a solution used for disinfection, bleaching, and rehydration. The solvent is considered to be a solution containing a percentage of water-soluble sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). This ratio varies depending on the different uses.
Application of bleach:
In water purification
In industrial wastewater to reduce the existing odor
Used in dentistry to clean the root canal of the teeth
In agriculture, chemical industry, paint and lime industry, food industry, glass industry, paper industry, pharmaceutical industry, waste disposal industry, in metal industry, in textile industry and …
Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces in homes
Used to prevent the growth of algae and fungi in cooling towers.
To detoxify cyanide baths