Synonym: N,N’-Ethylenebis(diacetamide); T.A.E.D.
|Appearance||Cream colored. free flowing agglomerate. Free from foreign material lumps.|
|Odour||Mild free of acetic note.|
|TAED content (HPLC),
|Distribution of size- (50g, 3min) ,%≥1.60 mm<0.150 mm||≤2.0≤3.0|
|Bulk density , g/L||420~650|
|Moisture (Karl Fischer) ,
|Fe content , mg/kg||≤20|
Tetraacetylethylenediamine (TAED) is a high-efficiency low-temperature oxygen-based bleaching activator. It is made of ethylenediamine and acetic anhydride. It can be biodegraded without any harm to the environment. Affects the functions of silicates, brighteners and enzymes, and is mainly used as an additive for oxygen-based bleaching agents.
- As a peroxide activator, it improves the washing efficiency and disinfection function of peroxide in low-temperature water.
- It has excellent performance in low temperature bleaching and environmental protection with suitable price.
- In detergents, when the content of tetraacetylethylenediamine reaches 1.5% to 5.0%, the sodium perborate can exert its bleaching effect at normal temperature.
- The combination of hydrogen peroxide and TAED is a new method for textile bleaching. It not only reduces the bleaching temperature, but also achieves good bleaching effect at low temperatures.
2.Store in a cool dry ventilated place