Tetraacetylethylenediamine CAS 10543-57-4

Trisodium Citrate
Trisodium Citrate CAS 68-04-2
Sodium Oleate

Name: Tetraacetylethylenediamine

Cas: 10543-57-4

Purity: 99%min


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CAS No:10543-57-4
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Product Introduction:

Tetraacetylethylenediamine (TAED) is a highly effective bleach activator. It has superb low-temperature whitening efficiency, as well as can promote oxygen-based whitening agents to give full play to the one-of-a-kind impacts of bleaching, lightening up, sterilization and also sterilization under low temperature problems.

It has good compatibility with various enzymes and other surfactants, will not affect the function of other detergent auxiliaries, and is affordable, non-toxic, biodegradable, and has no harm to the environment.

Compared with chlorine-containing bleaching agents, tetraacetylethylenediamine is generally welcomed by consumers because of its non-toxicity, chlorine-free odor, good compatibility and a series of advantages.

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Washing Industry

Tetraacetylethylenediamine (TAED) is an efficient low-temperature bleach activator, thoroughly utilized in cleaning powder, shade bleaching powder, dishwashing representative as well as other various strong cleaning agents in addition to cleansing representatives.

As a peroxide activator, this product can be added to various washing powders to improve the whitening effect and disinfection and sterilization functions of peroxides in low temperature water. And it will not affect the function of detergent builders such as silicates, brighteners and enzymes.

Tetraacetylethylenediamine is made of ethylenediamine and acetic anhydride, which can be biodegraded without any damages to the atmosphere. It has good compatibility with different enzymes as well as other surfactants, and also has no toxic substances.

It entirely reacts and also decays and launches active oxygen in the water temperature level of 30 ℃ -60 ℃, so as to accomplish the result of power saving, effective whitening and risk-free cleaning.


The bleaching system of hydrogen peroxide/TAED combination is a new approach just recently related to fabric bleaching. It can not simply lower the bleaching temperature degree and also obtain fantastic whitening result at reduced temperature level, nevertheless also bleach under near-neutral problems, so it can play a great protective outcome on cellulose.

The hydrogen peroxide/TAED bleaching system can effectively decrease the energy intake of the factory, save time, reduce expenses, and minimize the ecological stress and social pressure that the manufacturing facility bears.

Market Analysis of Tetraacetylethylenediamine:

At existing, the TAED/sodium perborate system has actually ended up being the European standard bleach activator system, as well as 75-80% of the lightening detergents used in Europe make use of the TAED/sodium perborate system.

The sales volume of this oxygen-based lightening detergent in the US market is additionally climbing at an annual development rate of 20-25%. The most previously owned oxygen-containing lightening representative is salt perborate, accounting for regarding 75% of the total amount.

Due to the high security of salt perborate, its lightening result can be efficiently exerted only when the operating temperature level exceeds 70 ° C to release incipient oxygen, while a lot of artificial fibers and also wool textiles can not adjust to this temperature. This requires the development of activators that can promote their bleaching effectiveness at low temperatures.

As an excellent low-temperature oxygen-based bleaching agent, tetraacetylethylenediamine is not only widely used in washing powder, color bleaching powder, dishwashing agent and other various solid washing/detergents; it has also been successfully used in Used in bleaching systems in textile, paper and other fields. The market prospect is very broad.

Related References:

  1. Song, Z., Chen, X., Wang, Z. et al. Potential bleach activators with improved imide hydrolytic stability. Int J Ind Chem 11, 177–185 (2020).
  2. Xu C, Long X, Du J, Fu S. A critical reinvestigation of the TAED-activated peroxide system for low-temperature bleaching of cotton. Carbohydr Polym. 2013 Jan 30;92(1):249-53. doi: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2012.08.088. Epub 2012 Aug 30. PMID: 23218291.
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