White Spirit

What is White Spirit? White Spirit or mineral spirits, also known as mineral turpentine, turpentine substitute, petroleum spirits, solvent naphtha (petroleum), var-sol, Stoddard solvent, or, generically, “paint thinner”, is a petroleum-derived clear, transparent liquid used as…

Aluminium Sulphate

Aluminium Sulfate

  What is Aluminium Sulfate? Aluminium Sulfate, is a chemical compound with Al2(SO4)3 formula.It makes by reacting sulfuric acid with a juice solution containing alumina or aluminum hydroxide. Aluminum sulfate also is soluble in water. Major use…

PVC

PVC

PVC history: PVC was first prepared by the German chemist August Wilhelm von Hofmann in 1872, but another German chemist, Friedrich Heinrich August Klatte, in 1912 used sunlight to initiate the polymerization of vinyl chloride.…

Calcium Chloride Food Grade

Calcium Chloride Food Grade

About Calcium Chloride Food Grade: [caption id="attachment_933" align="alignnone" width="300"] Calcium chloride[/caption] CaCl2 is usually used in a wide range of food products.  Everything from cheese and tofu to beer, canned fruits and vegetables and sports drinks. Calcium…

Calcium Chloride Industrial Grade

Calcium Chloride Industrial Grade

Calcium Chloride Industrial Grade: Calcium Chloride as a chemical products of pars universal bitumen (jahan ghir pars).LTD, has wide range of uses in industry. CaCl2 is the ionic compound of calcium and chlorine. Furthermore it`s a…

Calcium Chloride

Calcium Chloride

What is Calcium Chloride? Calcium Chloride is a salt with high solubility in water that is solid at room temperature, this chemical who is known by the chemical formula CaCl2 is a colorless crystalline. It is dissolves…

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Caustic Soda Liquid (LYE)

What is lye? A lye is a metal hydroxide traditionally obtained by leaching ashes. This formula containing largely potassium carbonate or "potash". in addition it includs a strong alkali which is highly soluble in water…

Caustic Soda

Caustic Soda (NaOH)

Caustic soda history: NaOH was first collected by soap makers. Soap making recipe, noted in an Arab book (13th century) that compiled by king of Yemen. The recipe was for passing water oft by a…