Sodium Bisulfite is primarily used effluent water treatment to remove excess chlorine in drinking water. It is used to bleach pulp in the pulp and paper industries. Mainly it is used to remove metals from industrial waste water. Additional Information:
Sodium bisulfite is a fine crystallized sodium grain that releases sulfur gas when dissolved in liquid. Manufacturers use sodium bisulfite in foods, cleaning products and pharmaceutical research. Common uses for sodium bisulfite include food preservation and cleansing to sanitize equipment and kill mold, bacteria and germs. Additionally, metal workers use sodium bisulfite to finish metals.
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Sodium Bisulfite plays an important part in the treatment of water, wastewater and waste as a strong reducing agent. The chemical removal of dissolved oxygen by chemically treating with sodium bisulfite reduces the corrosion rate in steel material. Sodium bisulfite also assists in the dechlorination of drinking water as well as in the chlorine removal in waste waters. Another treatment method that utilizes sodium bisulfite's effectiveness is in the reduction of chromium. All three reactions allow for chemical removal to be controlled by the amount of sodium bisulfite that is reacted with the solution. Additional Information:
Sodium bisulfite is an important component in the preparation of dye intermediates. There are also areas of substantial utilization in the processing of wool as well as for the antichlor treatment required of many textile products.