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Other Names: Muriatic Acid,
Molecular Formula: HCL
UN No.: 1789
HS No.: 2806100000
CAS No.: 7647-01-0
EINECS No.: 231-595-7
Hazard Class: 8
Purity: 30% 31% 32% 33% 34% 35% 36% 37%
Appearance: Colorless liquid
Physical properties of hydrochloric acid, such as boiling and melting points, density, and pH, depend on the concentration or molarity of HCl in the aqueous solution. They range from those of water at very low concentrations approaching 0% HCl to values for fuming hydrochloric acid at over 40% HCl
|Package||Drum No.||Net Weight per Drum||Net Weight per 20'FCL|
|IBC Drum||20||1100 KG||22MT|
|30KG Drum||720||30 KG||21.6MT|
|25KG Drum||1000||25 KG||25 MT|
Industrial Grade Muriatic Acid
Reagent Grade Muriatic Acid
Food Grade Hydrochloric Acid
|Industry grade||Industry grade||Food grade||Regent grade|
|Total acid content(HCL)%||31%||32%||31%||36%|
|Ignition residue %||0.10%||0.05%||---||0.00009%|
Note: The above specification is satisfy with GB-320-2006,also accord with European and American Standards.We can accept the Third part test.Such as BV,SGS etc.
QUALITY INSPECTION :Accept inspection of any impartial third party,such as SGS,BV,ISO,CE,etc.
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Hydrochloric acid is a strong inorganic acid that is used in many industrial processes such as refining metal. The application often determines the required product quality.
One of the most important applications of hydrochloric acid is in the pickling of steel, to remove rust or iron oxide scale from iron or steel before subsequent processing, such as extrusion, rolling, galvanizing, and other techniques.Technical quality HCl at typically 18% concentration is the most commonly used pickling agent for the pickling of carbon steel grades.
Another major use of hydrochloric acid is in the production of organic compounds, such as vinyl chloride and dichloroethane for PVC. This is often captive use, consuming locally produced hydrochloric acid that never actually reaches the open market. Other organic compounds produced with hydrochloric acid include bisphenol A for polycarbonate, activated carbon, and ascorbic acid, as well as numerous pharmaceutical products.
Hydrochloric acid is used for a large number of small-scale applications, such as leather processing, purification of common salt, household cleaning,and building construction.Oil production may be stimulated by injecting hydrochloric acid into the rock formation of an oil well, dissolving a portion of the rock, and creating a large-pore structure. Oil well acidizing is a common process in the North Sea oil production industry.
Many chemical reactions involving hydrochloric acid are applied in the production of food, food ingredients, and food additives. Typical products include aspartame, fructose, citric acid, lysine, hydrolyzed vegetable protein as food enhancer, and in gelatin production. Food-grade (extra-pure) hydrochloric acid can be applied when needed for the final product.
Store in a cool, well ventilated warehouse. Storage temperature is less than 30℃, and the relative humidity is less than 85%. Keep the container sealed. Keep separate from alkalis, amines, alkali metal and flammable or combustible substance and be careful not to place them together. The leakage emergency treatment facility and appropriate collecting containers should be available in the storage area.