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They are used in many industries, mainly in: food, household chemicals, water and sewage treatment, chemical processing and chemical synthesis, metal and surface treatment, pulp and paper, industrial cleaning, mining industry, metallurgy and metallurgical industry.

Hydrochloric acid

Nitric acid

Sodium hydroxide solution

Sodium hypochlorite

Solid sodium hydroxide

(flakes and granules)

Sulphuric acid

Urea solution 40%

Hydrochloric acid

Hydrochloric acid is an aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride gas. It has strong corrosive properties, sharp, irritating odour, colourless to light yellow colour. Hydrochloric acid is produced by direct synthesis: combustion of chlorine in hydrogen or as a by-product in the production of isocyanates and subsequent absorption in water of the resulting hydrogen chloride. Hydrochloric acid comes in different concentrations: from 25% - 36%. The most popular concentration available on the market is 31-34% of technical quality, synthetic and food grade (for the food industry).

Nitric acid

Nitric acid is used in the plastics industry, in the chemical industry for the production of mineral fertilizers; in the chemical industry in nitration processes, for the production of dyes; in the food industry for cleaning apparatus and equipment made of acid-resistant steel and in horticulture for acidification of the substrate.

Sodium hydroxide 50%

Sodium hydroxide is an inorganic chemical compound belonging to the strongest bases (Ph 13). It is a colourless, odourless and non-flammable liquid also commonly known as soda lye. It belongs to the basic chemical raw materials and has been used in almost all industries. It is used both as a raw material in various types of syntheses for the production of ionic surfactants, in the pharmaceutical industry in the production of aluminum, water glass, in the production of fats and soaps and in many other organic and inorganic syntheses.

Sodium hypochlorite

Sodium hypochlorite is an inorganic chemical compound. This compound in the free state is very unstable, usually it is used in the form of an aqueous solution of 12%. Its main applications are the production of household and industrial chemistry, disinfection of drinking and pool water, production of chemicals (plant protection products), surface disinfection, neutralization of unpleasant odours (deodorization).

Solid sodium hydroxide (caustic soda)

This inorganic chemical compound is one of the strongest bases. In solid form, it is a white substance with a crystalline structure (flakes or granules)). It has hygroscopic properties (caking). It perfectly dissolves in water, thereby forming a corrosive soda lye, which is accompanied by the release of significant amounts of heat - a strong exothermic reaction. Its use is like sodium hydroxide 50%. Caustic soda is packed in a 25 kg bag, which facilitates its storage and storage.

Sulphuric acid

It is used, among others, for the production of other acids, for the production of dyes, artificial fibres, explosives, fertilizers. It is also used for the purification of oils, kerosene, paraffin and for drying gases. It is used for the production of detergents, medicines and as an electrolyte in lead batteries.

Urea solution 40%

The product is a transparent, clear or cloudy liquid, slightly iridescent straw in colour, with a faint smell of ammonia, easily diluted in water, free from mechanical impurities. It is used in the production of urea-formaldehyde resins and as a reducing agent in SCR (selective catalytic reduction) and SNCR (non-selective catalytic reduction) processes involving the reduction of nitrogen oxides NOx to nitrogen and water. In power plants, combined heat and power plants, biogas plants, waste incineration plants and cement plants, as well as household chemicals, in building and construction materials and chemical industries.

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