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Nick Roach

President, CEO, Theme UI/UX Designer
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  • Design & UX 50%
  • Web Programming 80%
  • Internet Marketing 10%

Kenny Sing

Lead Graphic Designers
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  • Photoshop 85%
  • After Effects 70%
  • Illustrator 50%

Mitch Skolnik

Community Manager
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  • Customer Happiness 80%
  • Tech Support 30%
  • Community Management 50%

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Advanced Technology

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Hydrogen peroxide – chemically represented as H2O2 – is one of the most common household disinfectants in the world. In fact, odds are pretty good that you have a bottle in your medicine cabinet or under your kitchen sink right now. People typically use hydrogen peroxide for sanitizing small cuts and as a whitener for delicate items, however there is much more to this little brown bottle than most of us realize.

Royal taiba started up the first commercial plant in Japan for producing Hydrogen peroxide based on an electrolytic process. Since then, we have engaged in the stable supply of it to domestic and overseas customers. our upcoming royal plant will be succeeded in the commercial production of Hydrogen peroxide by an auto-oxidation process based on our proprietary technology. Our production capacity has been further expanded by the start-up of another processing unit at our Kashima plant.In our Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide s a high purity, lightly stabilized peroxide formulation developed for aseptic packaging uses. The high purity of the product minimizes residue build-up on spray and mist nozzles. Food Grade H2O2 may also be used for traditional food processing applications such as bleaching, microbial control, sulfite reduction and product purification, whenever a low residue peroxide formulation is desirable.
It is used as a bleaching agent for paper, pulp and natural fibers, and also as an industrial chemical and pharmaceutical ingredient.Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is widely used in almost all industrial areas, particularly in the chemical industry. The only degradation product of its use is water, and thus it has played a large role in environmentally friendly methods in the industry. Hydrogen peroxide is produced on an industrial scale by the process oxidation. Moreover, this process can rarely be considered a fare method. It involves the sequential hydrogenation and oxidation of an alkylanthraquinone precursor dissolved in a mixture of organic solvents followed by liquid-liquid extraction to recover H2O2. This process is a multi-step method that requires significant energy input and produces waste, which has a negative effect on its sustainability and production costs. The transport, storage, and handling of bulk H2O2 involve hazards and escalating expenses. Thus, novel, cleaner methods for the production of H2O2 are being exposed.

Moreover to 35%, 45%, and 60% aqueous solutions of manufacturing specifications, Hydrogen peroxide derivatives meeting stringent food-additive specifications are also included in our production line.peroxide

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