The difference between and Silver peroxide
Silver Peroxide Contains: Standard (technical peroxide) Silver Nitrate - not colloidal silver - Between 36 – 67 g/l silver nitrate Technical Peroxide: - Lowest grade peroxide available - Contains impurities and heavy metals Silver Nitrate: - Inorganic compound with chemical formula AgNO3 – Colloidal silver formula is Ag+. - Silver nitrate is highly toxic and corrosive. - Does not break down, stays in systems, builds up in systems, pollutes environment. NOTE:in Turkey, hydrogen peroxide has recently been banned in Horticulture due to the damage Silver Peroxide caused to crops, soils and produce. It is expected that Hydrogen Peroxide will be allowed soon again with the exception of silver peroxide.
The differences H Normal hydrogen peroxide. There is nothing to prevent uncontrolled reaction or to activate the reaction H O O Freebac: A stabilising and activating gel surrounds each H2O2 to prevent uncontrolled reaction and then activates the peroxide when it reacts causing a much stronger oxidation.
FREEBAC Contains: Aseptic peroxide - purest available, double filtered Stabiliser - All food grade ingredients - All ingredients have E number - Classification as food additive - Highest grades used Aseptic Peroxide: - purest available, - Double filtered - - Contains very few impurities Dry Matter Aseptic H2O2 = ± 86g/l Dry Matter technical H2O2 = ± 200 g/l Stabiliser: - All ingredients have E number - Classification as food additive - Highest grades used - Completely break down – no residue
STABILISATION FREEBAC Silver peroxide
DISTRIBUTION IN WATER SILVER PEROXIDE FREEBAC Uneven distribution caused by attraction to silver. Results: takes much longer to destroy M.O. & biofilm Even distribution. Result: Fast destruction of M.O. & biofilm
EFFECT OF CHLORITES ON SILVER PEROXIDE Chlorites are a group of mineral such as: Manganes, Ion, Nickel, Manganese, zinc, lithium, calcium etc. These are often found in high levels in ground water. It has been found that in the presence of elevated levels of chlorites in water, the stability of silver peroxide is seriously affected. The results of chlorites is that the silver drops out of the Freebac solution, leaving the peroxide behind and therefore completely losing it stability. Silver peroxide users who have experienced this common problem note that in the presence of 50 ppm chlorites, they loose 36% of the H2O2 within 1 hour. Higher levels of chlorites increase the rate of loos of the H2O2. FREEBAC has been used extensively in water with elevated and high chlorite levels. In no case was the stability of FREEBAC affected.
EFFECT OF CHLORITES ON SILVER PEROXIDE 1. Silver peroxide in solution 2. Chlorites in water 3. Reaction between Chlorites and Silver Nitrate 4. Silver Nitrate drops out 5. Peroxides looses stability and chain reaction starts 6. Hydrogen peroxide soon “used up”