Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is produced as an aqueous solution by combining chlorine gas (Cl2) and caustic soda (NaOH), both of which are the result of the electrolysis of salt.
Sodium hypochlorite is commonly known as bleach.
At Vynova, we produce sodium hypochlorite at our site in Tessenderlo (Belgium) and at our affiliated site in Thann (France), both of which operate state-of-the-art membrane electrolysis facilities.
Product portfolio that includes both a standard grade and a high-quality variant supplied in two different concentrations of active chlorine (13% and 15%).
Major European producer of the two key ingredients that are required for the production of bleach.
Daily reviewed production schedule for the different grades and concentrations of NaOCl to meet customer needs.
As an active substance registrant, Vynova supports its customers with their biocidal product registrations under the European Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR).
Thanks to its strong disinfectant properties, sodium hypochlorite is used as an active ingredient in water treatment and cleaning solutions, preventing health damage from harmful microorganisms. It is used to keep swimming pools and drinking water safe and is a key component in the formulation of cleaning solutions for a variety of applications, including uses in veterinary and food processing environments.
Sodium hypochlorite possesses strong bleaching properties and is therefore used as a bleaching agent in the pulp and paper industry as well as in several household applications.
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