|Turkey Red Oil (TRO)|
|SODIUM MONO FLORO PHOSPHATE|
|Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS)|
Colorless liquid, fuming in air, light ammonia odor
Solubility: liquid hydrazine hydrate to form dimers, immiscible with water and ethanol, insoluble in ether and chloroform
Corrosive: can erode glass, rubber, leather, cork, etc.
Hydrazine hydrate and its derivatives products in many industrial applications are widely used, such as chemical products, pharmaceutical products, agricultural products, water treatment, photography and photographic products.hydrazine hydrate is used as:
1. the anti-corrosion additive of circulating water in thermal power plant and nuclear power plants
2. the oxygen scavenger of water in Industrial boilers and high pressure steam boiler
Hydrazine hydrate: is a highly effective reducing agent used:
In the synthesis of:
Blowing agents: azodicarbonamide
Bio-active intermediates for agrochemical and pharmaceutical products, via Triazoles
Various products: certain organic pigments for dyes, reagents for photography, urethanes and acrylics, hydrobromic acid, etc.
An anticorrosion additive in the water circuits of thermal and nuclear plants.
An oxygen scavenger in the water of industrial boilers and high pressure steam generators.
Refining of precious metals
Recovery of metals from pickling and surface treatment solutions
Treatment of liquid and gas wastes
Purification of sulfuric acid for grades used on the electronics market
Metallisation of plastics and metals (nickel, cobalt, iron, chromium, etc.)
OCC contains simple sugar molecules which resemble a honeycomb or a zeolite molecule. Due to its unoccupied space, it can absorb many times its own weight in odorous molecules. It also contains amino hydroxyl groups which ionize sulfides and thiol Radicals to form hydroxyl sulfides. The hydroxyl sulfides are converted in the presence of oxygen to amino sulfate.
The sulfate group then separates ionically into a sulfate ion and another amino group which is free to react with another sulfide or mercaptan. Thus, a small amount of OCC can impact large amounts of sulfides and mercaptans. OCC also contains a proprietary acid which reacts with ammonia and amines to convert them to harmless salts.
OCC contains oxygenated terpenes which participate in ionic reactions and are highly reactive toward many odorous compounds.
In summary, OCC encapsulates, emulsifies, and generates specific reactions with odorous gases such as sulfides, thiols, amines, and ammonia to generate decomposition and re-composition reactions with aromatic structures and other circular hydrocarbons. These reactions continue in a series to release key components as they are no longer needed. These components are then free to function in the same reaction chain with other odorous molecules. These released components are self replicating to some degree. This is what allows substantial dilution of OCC while still producing high impact performance
OCC has a specific reactions with odorous gases such as:
Ammonia to generate decomposition and re-composition reactions with aromatic structures and other circular hydrocarbons
1. Low VOC's, low photochemical reactants, non- toxic, non-flammable, no ingredients listed on California Proposition 65 List, ingredients are biodegradable.
2. Economical to us
ACURO ORGANICS LTD is considered as the prime supplier of Fireside Treatment Chemicals. Known for their various advantages, our offered Fireside Treatment Chemicals are hugely popular among clients in markets.
ACUROTEX 600 is an organo phosphonate with multifunctional properties like sequestration, deflocculation, threshold inhibition and hydrolytic stability, as a single active ingredient. Because of the combination of these properties ACUROTEX-600 has a wide range of applications. One of the most important applications is in textile as sequestering agent for various steps of textile processing.It is used as a strong chelating agent for metal ions like Ca, Mg & Fe in water treatment ,textile applications. They show efficient inhibition for CaCO3 & CaSO4 alone or in combination with low molecular weight polymers. They show efficiency in protecting metal corrosion.
It is relatively easy to obtain an improved fire performance of wood products. Most existing fire retardants are effective in reducing different reaction-to-fire parameters of wood such as ignitability, heat release and flame spread. The highest European and national fire classifications for combustible products can be reached. However, high retention levels have to be used compared to ordinary preservation treatments used to protect wood against biological decay.
Fire retardant wood and wood based panel products are being used in a wide variety of market areas.The fire retardant treatment, if correctly specified, provides added value to the wood based substrates and extends the market potential of the world's most natural building material.
Conditions of Use
The environment in which the Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) is to be used has great influence on the choice of FR treatment and formulations. High humidity or wet conditions can affect both the fire performance of certain treatments and lead to certain undesirable side effects such as strength reduction, corrosion of metal fixings, decay and problems with overpainting.
Characteristics of FR-formulations:
inorganic salt type for dry interior use only
humidity resistant chemical types for all interior uses and some weather protected exterior uses
leach resistant polymer types for fully exposed exterior situations
Intumescent coatings are generally only suitable for dry interior uses. This applies particularly to clear lacquers.Fire retardant treated wood (FRTW) is used world-wide in a range of end use applications. Technological advances with low hygroscopic and leach resistant formulations, and improvements in intumescent coatings now allow wood based panel products to be used safely in both interior, including humid conditions, and exterior situations.
The most typical end uses for FRTW are:-
· Internal wall and ceiling linings
· external cladding/facades
· roof constructions
· roofing shingles
· transportation - railway carriages, buses, maritime
· wooden scaffolding for both offshore and onshore
· pallets for the chemical industry
· military, e.g. packing cases
· exhibition stands
· TV and theatre scenery
Perchloroethylene (also called PERC) is a man-made chemical which is colorless, nonflammable liquid. The largest user of PERC is the dry cleaning industry. It accounts for 80% to 85% of all dry cleaning fluid used. Textile mills, chlorofluorocarbon producers, vapor degreasing and metal cleaning operations, and makers of rubber coatings also use PERC. It can be added to aerosol formulations, solvent soaps, printing inks, adhesives, sealants, polishes, lubricants, and silicones. Typewriter correction fluid and shoe polish are among the consumer products that can contain PERC. Perchloroethylene evaporates when exposed to air. It dissolves only slightly when mixed with water. It is also used for degreasing metal parts and in manufacturing other chemicals. Tetrachloroethene is found in consumer products, including some paint and spot removers, water repellents, brake and wood cleaners, glues, and suede protectors. Other names for tetrachloroethene include PERC, tetrachloroethylene, perchloroethylene, and PCE.
Perchloroethylene has become the most widely used dry cleaning solvent in the world, essentially because of its efficient solvency, ease of recycling, and the available technology that allows for safe handling.
Benefits of perchloroethylene solvent include:
A heavier specific gravity than water to provide increased mechanical agitation during the wash cycle
Low viscosity and low surface tension to enhance penetration of fibers
Quick evaporation, leaving no residue or odors
Safe for fabrics and dyes commonly found in the fashion industry
These solvents are nonflammable and have neither flash point nor a fire point. And since zoning ordinances are often less restrictive when using nonflammable solvents.
Glycerol monostearate, commonly known as GMS, is an organic molecule used as an emulsifier.GMS is a colorless, odorless, and sweet-tasting flaky powder that is hygroscopic. It is a glycerol ester of stearic acid. It occurs naturally in the body as a by-product of the breakdown of fats, and is also found in fatty foods.GMS is a food additive used as a thickening, emulsifying, anti-caking, and preservative agent; an emulsifying agent for oils, waxes, and solvents; a protective coating for hygroscopic powders; a solidifier and control release agent in pharmaceuticals; and a resin lubricant.
It is also used in cosmetics and hair care products.GMS is largely used in baking preparations to add "body" to the food. It is responsible for giving ice cream andwhipped cream its smooth texture.
As an emulsifier, texture-improver, lubricant, processing aid, clump preventer and appearance improver in food products such as breads, biscuits, icecreams, confectionary, noodles, pasta, coffee whitener, chewing gum, extruded snacks and foods, breakfast cereals, fat spreads, meat products, peanut butter etc.
As a mould release agent and shining agent is PVC . EVA and other polymers processing
As an emulsifier in cosmetics
Cyanuric acid, 1,3,5-Triazine-2,4,6-triol is prepared by passing chlorine into heated urea. It produces cyanuric chloride when treated with phosphorus pentachloride. It is used as a disinfectant, industrial deodorant and biocide in water treatment. It is used as a bleaching agent.
The names of the three isomers indicate which of the carbon-hydrogen units on the benzene ring position of the molecule have been replaced by nitrogens, called 1,2,3-triazine, 1,2,4-triazine, and 1,3,5-triazine respectively. Symmetrical 1,3,5-triazine is the common. Triazines are prepared from 2-azidocyclopropene through thermal rearrangement (1,2,3-triazine), from 1,2-dicarbonyl compound with amidrazone by condensation reaction (1,2,4-triazine) and from cyanic acid amide by trimerization (1,3,5-triazine). Pyridine is the aromatic nitrogen heterocycle compound having only one nitrogen, and diazines are with 2 nitrogen atoms and tetrazines are with 4 nitrogen atoms on the benzene ring system. Triazines are weak base. Triazines have much weaker resonance energy than benzene, so nucleophilic substitution is preferred than electrophilic substitution
Sulfamic acid, amidosulfonic acid H3NSO3, is a nonvolatile, white crystals; decomposes at melting point 205 C; slightly soluble in water and organic solvents. The main application can find in metals and ceramics cleaning industry as a replacement for hydrochloric acid to remove rust. It is also used in:
Formulating cleaning agents
Cleaning metals and ceramics
Rust removal agent in air conditioner and cooling system
Chemical catalyst for esterification process
Dye and pigment manufacturing
Ingredient in fire extinguishing media
Pulp and paper industry as a chloride stabilizer
Textile and paper bleaching
Coagulator for urea-formaldehyde resins
Numerous sulfamates (mono, di, tri O-substituted and N-substituted salts and esters) can be existed for characteristic applications.
Carbohydrazide is used as an oxygen scavenger in water treatment for boilers. It is an alternative to the hazardous and potentially carcinogenic hydrazine. Carbohydrazide reacts with oxygen to make water, nitrogen and urea. It also passivates metals and reduces metal oxides converting ferric oxide to ferrous oxide and converting cupric oxide to cuprous oxide.
It is widely used in the production of drugs, herbicides, plant growth regulators, and dyestuffs.Carbohydrazide is a white crystalline solid with a melting point of 153-154 °C. It decomposes upon melting. It is very water soluble and largely insoluble in organic solvents
It is widely used as a chemical preservative. This property is attributed to its slightly acidic nature that prevents the growth of microorganisms and thus prolongs the shelf life. It is widely used in the packaging of canned fruits, vegetables, dairy products (cheese and yogurt), and meat products (beef ad fish).2. Wine Making
Potassium sorbate is used as a finalizing preservative to retain the flavor and taste of the wine after the completion of final distillation and fermentation processes. This is because, wine is produced by fermentation of fruits (that are high in sugars) by yeast; however, even when the final taste is achieved, there is still yeast and some sugar left. Without potassium sorbate, the fermentation process may continue; thereby changing the taster of wine. Potassium sorbate is added to control and limit the excessive growth of yeast in the wine.3. Personal Care Items
Enriched hair care and skin care products are always at risk of getting contaminated by the growth of fungi and molds; however, if chemical agents like potassium sorbate are added to the mixture, the fermentation process can be easily controlled and personal care products can be used for a longer period of time.4. Other Commercial Uses
Potassium sorbate is also used for a variety of industrial processes like in pain industry, rubber and plastic industry and other commercial and synthetic manufacturing units.
The product can be used in many water and wastewater treatment applications, in papermaking, and as a raw material intermediate in commercial industriesKey features & benefits
Aqueous solutions of sodium gluconate are resistant to oxidation and reduction, even at high temperatures. However, it is easily degraded biologically (98% after 2 days), and thus presents no wastewater problem.
Sodium gluconate is also a highly efficient set retarder and a good plasticiser / water reducer for concrete, mortar and gypsum.
And last but not least, it has the property to inhibit bitterness in foodstuffs.