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|Product Name:||Potassium Monopersulfate Compound||CAS No.:||70693-62-8|
|MF:||2KHSO5 · KHSO4 · K2SO4||Usage:||For Coronavirus Disinfectant|
Potassium Monopersulfate Compound
Since there is no chlorine added, the swimming pool is available for swimming immediately after the shock has dissolved and time has been given for the oxidation process to complete. Oxidation is usually complete in about one to two hours, versus eight or more hours for chlorine-based shock.
Chlorine use can decrease, as less chlorine is needed to oxidize organic and inorganic matter in the pool.
|Active Component (KHSO5.KHSO4.K2SO4), %||≥99|
|Bulk Density, g/L||800-1200|
|Particle Size Distribution(0.850~0.075mm),%||≥90.0|
|Stability ,active oxygen loss/month, %||≤1.0|
Potassium monopersulfate, more commonly called non-chlorine shock, is a substance that can rapidly oxidize swimming pool contaminates without the use of chlorine.
What is potassium monopersulfate in swimming pools?
Potassium monopersulfate is also called MPS, or Potassium peroxymonosulfate. MPS does not contain chlorine, as it is a potassium salt of peroxymonosulfuric acid.
Potassium peroxymonosulfate is marketed as a popular non-chlorine based shock. Its primary swimming pool use is to oxidize any contaminates in the water, leaving chlorine or bromine sanitizers already present in the water to focus on sanitizing the water.
Proper Shipping Name: Corrosive Solid, Acidic, Inorganic N.O.S. (Potassium Peroxymonosulfate)
Class: 8 (CORROSIVE)
UN Number: 3260
EMS: F-A, S-B
Packing: 25kg woven polypropylene bags with inner polyethylene liner (UN approved), or 50kg plastic drums.