Determine how implementing enhancements to the sodium hypochlorite production process
results in better process control, lower recycle temperatures, and improved repeatability.
The tool is available in both English and Metric units and includes calculations
for Grams per Liter Available Chlorine, Grams per Liter Excess Caustic, Grams per
Liter Sodium Chlorate, Weight Percent of Caustic for Chlorination, Trade Percent
of Available Chlorine, Wt. % of Available Chlorine, and Wt. % of Sodium Hypochlorite.
View on-line comparisons of the decomposition of filtered versus non-filtered sodium
hypochlorite based on your selected starting weight percent (between 3% and 16.5%)
and temperature (15 to 40 degrees Celsius). Sodium Hypochlorite Decomposition Online Tool
The Powell Sodium Hypochlorite Decomposition Program generates graphs and tables illustrating the decomposition of both low salt and standard (traditional) sodium hypochlorite based on the user's selected temperature and starting strength (up to 30% by weight).
The user can automatically generate tables and graphs depicting the decomposition
of sodium hypochlorite over time (between 1 and 360 days) based on the selected temperatures and starting strength.
The Powell Sodium Hypochlorite Decomposition Program is available for free. ***Click here to download***
The Sodium Chlorate Estimation Tool can be used to estimate the amount of sodium chlorate formed for a given sodium hypochlorite solution. In a bleach production process, higher reaction efficiencies produce lower chlorate formation which results in raw material savings. A typical Powell continuous bleach process will produce less than 1 gram per liter sodium chlorate. Powell’s experience has shown that sodium chlorate levels in “typical” processes range from 5-8 grams per liter.
The Sodium Hypochlorite Dilution Tool allows you to easily determine the amount of water needed to dilute any
strength of sodium hypochlorite to achieve a specified strength. The calculated
amount of water added to dilute strong sodium hypochlorite is approximate and accurate
to within +- 2%. Further accuracy is easily achieved by using the actual known specific
gravity of the strong bleach.
Easily determine the amount of water needed to dilute any strength of sodium hydroxide.
Sodium Hydroxide Dilution Tool
Easily determine the amount of water needed to dilute any strength of hydrochloric
acid. Hydrochloric Acid Dilution Tool
Identifies the ideal candidates for producing chlorine onsite as determined by production
volume, cost of raw materials, and more. The tool illustrates the dynamic role each
plays in determining the additional cash flow that may be achieved with the use
of UniChlor™ Technology, UniChlor Technology Feasibility Tool
The animation illustrates each component and process of the typical Chloralkali
plant in a simplistic and entertaining way. Animation of Chloralkali Plant