Hydrogen peroxide storage tanks are mainly used to store hydrogen peroxide in chemical containers. Industrial hydrogen peroxide is another hydrogen oxide besides water. The viscosity is slightly higher than that of water, and the chemical properties are unstable. Generally, it is stored in the form of a 30% or 60% aqueous solution, and its aqueous solution is commonly known as hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide has strong oxidizing properties and is weakly acidic. Hydrogen peroxide manufacturers are mainly used for sterilization and external medical purposes, such as wound disinfection. The best ratio for testing blood: 6% hydrogen peroxide plus 0.005% methylene blue. Wuxi hydrogen peroxide with higher concentration (more than 10%) is used in textile, leather, paper, and wood manufacturing industries as bleaching and deodorizing agents. Hydrogen peroxide is also one of the components of hair dyes, and is also used as a material for synthesizing organic raw materials (catechol), medicine, metal surface treatment agent, polymerization initiator, etc. Can also be used as rocket propellant. Considering the long-term storage and turnover, the selection of hydrogen peroxide storage tanks is also the key, so the hydrogen peroxide storage tanks are best to use black PE polyethylene storage tanks. It can not only achieve the effect of storage, but also ensure that the overall performance of the hydrogen peroxide is not destroyed.
Stainless steel is the best storage container — Disadvantage: High cost. Advantages: Preservation of value.
Fiberglass is the lowest storage container – Disadvantage: Short lifespan. Advantages: low cost. (requires a special resin backing)
PE material is a relatively well-developed storage pressure vessel-disadvantages: it is not suitable to make a large storage tank. Advantages: good stability.
Next we talk about the importance of why hydrogen peroxide storage, industrial hydrogen peroxide is another hydrogen oxide besides water. Slightly more viscous than water, it is chemically unstable and is usually stored in the form of a 30% or 60% aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide commonly known as water. Hydrogen peroxide has strong oxidizing properties and weak acid, which can cause severe dust pollution decomposition or even explosion in direct sunlight or the like. In addition, long-term contact with flammable materials such as wood chips, fibers, etc., and may cause spontaneous combustion, the material of the hydrogen peroxide tank is very important.