In 1859, a Russian scientist discovered formaldehyde for the first time. In 1867, in the presence of platinum catalysts, German chemists obtained formaldehyde through air oxidation of methanol and determined the chemical properties of formaldehyde. Since then, the removal of formaldehyde has become a matter of great concern to people, so what is the harm in formaldehyde? How close is formaldehyde to us? Let us take a look together.
Formaldehyde: chemical formula HCHO, quality 30.03, also known as formic aldehyde, also known as formalin. Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound. It is a colorless irritant gas and has a stimulating effect on human eyes and nose. It is classified as a "known carcinogen." Its pollution degree is 5-10 times that of outdoor, and there are more than 500 kinds of indoor air pollutants. Formaldehyde is one of the main causes of indoor air pollution.
All kinds of furniture made of artificial boards contain a lot of formaldehyde. A large number of adhesives are used in the human board, and the adhesive is made of formaldehyde. Therefore, the board contains a large amount of formaldehyde, which will be continuously released from the board and pollute the indoor air. The use of inferior adhesives for solid wood furniture, composite floors, mattresses, etc. will cause excessive formaldehyde.
Our clothes, curtains and fabrics also use formaldehyde treatment. In order to prevent fabrics (especially Khmer fabrics) from wrinkling, shrinking, and discoloring, some manufacturers use formaldehyde as a treatment agent. It causes formaldehyde residues in cloth products such as clothing and curtains.
Latex paint also contains formaldehyde. The latex paint used for wall painting is made of synthetic resin, and formaldehyde is one of the main raw materials for synthetic phenolic resin and urea-formaldehyde resin. Once the board, glue, and paint are of unqualified quality, as long as one day exists, formaldehyde will continuously "flow into" the indoor air.
Formaldehyde mainly comes from home decoration. Cigarettes also produce formaldehyde, and car interior decorations also produce a certain amount of formaldehyde.
Due to its strong oxidizing ability and reactivity, the slow-release chlorine dioxide gel is listed as a1 grade high-efficiency bacteriostatic agent by the WHO. It has been continuously developed and applied, and its application fields have become increasingly extensive. Now, it has been applied to the disinfection of drinking water, industrial wastewater, domestic sewage, food preservation and indoor air purification at home and abroad. The application of chlorine dioxide slow-release gel has gradually penetrated into all aspects of our lives. To some extent, we have been exposed to formaldehyde more often, so the slow release gel of chlorine dioxide is very necessary for the removal of formaldehyde. The slow-release gel of Anbrea's chlorine dioxide is a very good product. It has a great effect on removing formaldehyde, and it is also very safe and efficient!
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