Ferric Chloride

Ferric Chloride is a hexagonal appearing as a brownish-black, dark leaflets or plates. In a liquid form, it is colourless to light brown aqueous solution that has a faint hydrochloric acid odour. It is highly corrosive to metals as well as organic tissues. Many manufacturing processes are employed in its production including reaction of dry chlorine with scrap iron, reaction of chlorine gas on red hot iron and on spent steel pickling liquors. Ferric chloride is used in various industries as an intermediate product and in water treatment as a flocculent.

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Magnesium Sulphate

Magnesium Sulphate is colourless, orthorhombic crystalline opaque solid. It is saline in nature and has a bitter taste. It has a wide range of industrial uses such as adsorbents, absorbents, agricultural, bleaching, fillers, processing agents etc. It also has a wide range of consumer uses such as in building, textile, laundry, garden products and personal care products.

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Sodium lignosulphonate

Sodium lignosulphonate is a light tan dry powder and soluble in water. It is a by-product of the sulphite pulping process, using sodium bisulphite from wood. It is used in a wide range of industries: such as agricultural chemicals, intermediates, processing aids specific to petroleum production, adhesives and sealant chemicals. It is also used in the medical industry for the treatment of peptic ulcers.

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Sodium silicate

Sodium silicate, usually known as “liquid glass” is a white powder that readily dissolves in water. It is alkaline in nature. The production of sodium silicate is performed using sodium carbonate and silicon dioxide. It is used to make a thick paste for metal repairing, is used to seal leaks in automotive head gaskets, it is used as a substrate for algal growth in aquaculture hatcheries, it is used in egg preservation for keeping the bacteria that causes the egg to spoil away from it and retaining the water. In this way eggs, can be preserved for up 9 months.

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Potassium chloride (KCl)

Potassium chloride (KCl) is a metal halide salt composed of potassium and chloride. It occurs naturally as the mineral sylvite and in combination with sodium chloride as sylvinite. It is odorless and has a white or colorless vitreous crystal appearance. The solid dissolves readily in water and its solutions have a salt-like taste. KCl is used in food processing as a sodium-free substitute for table salt for persons concerned about the health effects of sodium, fertilizer production, medicine and other scientific applications such as in water as a completion fluid in petroleum and natural gas operations, as well as being an alternative to sodium chloride in household water softener units. Solutions of KCl are common standards, for calibration of the electrical conductivity of ionic solutions, since KCl solutions are stable, allowing for reproducible measurements. In aqueous solution, it is essentially fully ionized into solvated K+ and Cl– ions.

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Sodium percarbonate [2Na2CO3 · 3H2O2]

Sodium percarbonate formula 2Na2CO3 · 3H2O2 is a colorless, crystalline, hygroscopic and water-soluble granulated solid. Sodium percarbonate is great for cleaning and disinfecting. It is used in some eco-friendly cleaning products and as a laboratory source of anhydrous hydrogen peroxide. As an oxidizing agent, sodium percarbonate is an ingredient in a number of home and laundry cleaning products, including non-chlorine bleach products. When dissolved in water, it yields a mixture of sodium carbonate and hydrogen peroxide which eventually decomposes to water and oxygen.

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Sodium Hexametaphosphate/Calgon

Sodium hexametaphosphate or Calgon is a relative newcomer to the natural cleaning kit, even though it has been sold for years as a water softener. It is nothing more than naturally occurring sodium carbonate heated together with a product of phosphate rock. It has no odor and is safe to use when dissolved in water. The only remote hazard may be that the dry crystals are relatively sharp and may aggravate your skin if handled too much. Sodium Hexametaphosphate has some amazing capabilities for such a simple compound. Sodium Hexametaphosphate gets rid of the dull, dingy, grey or yellow film that builds up on your fabrics after repeated washings with soap or detergent. Using sodium hexametaphosphate on a regular basis will prevent dulling film from forming and keep your fabrics bright. How much sodium hexametaphosphate you use will depend on the hardness of your water. If you have not been using soap for your clothes, sodium hexametaphosphate will help tremendously. Sodium hexametaphosphate is probably the best substance you can use in your dishwasher. Not only does it cut grease and leave dishes spotless, it also acts as a scale inhibitor and will actually clean your dishwasher with each washing. Since sodium hexametaphosphate is a water softener, it will also boost the cleaning action of soap for any use. Sodium hexametaphosphate will work as well on your windows as it will on your dishes.

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Methylene chloride

Methylene chloride (Dichloromethane DCM) is an organic compound with the formula CH2CI2 .This colorless, volatile liquid with a moderately sweet aroma is widely used as a solvent. Although it is not miscible with water, it is miscible with many organic solvents. Methylene chloride is predominantly used as a solvent in paint strippers and removers; as a process solvent in the manufacture of drugs, pharmaceuticals, and film coatings; as a metal cleaning and finishing solvent in electronics manufacturing; and as an agent in urethane foam blowing. Methylene chloride is also used as a propellant in aerosols for products such as paints, automotive products, and insect sprays. It is used as an extraction solvent for spice oleoresins, hops, and for the removal of caffeine from coffee. Methylene chloride is also approved for use as a postharvest fumigant for grains and strawberries and as a de-greening agent for citrus fruit. One of the most well-known applications of dichloromethane is in the drinking bird heat engine.

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INDUSTRIALWATER COOLED CHILLER

The industrial water chiller range is designed to suit the specific needs of a multitude of industries. Some applications of chillers are to both cool and heat, these are known as a reverse cycle or a heat pump chiller. An example of this type of application would be maintaining the temperature of product being stored in a tank within a certain range, with the chiller being able to cool the product when the ambient temperature climbs during the day and heat the product when the ambient temperature falls at night. Industrial cooling applications are quite varied, therefore it's important to match the right chiller to each cooling application like air conditioning, aqua culture, chemical, cool rooms, fruit juice, lasers, milk cooling, plastics etc.

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