Industries: Pulp and Paper, Petroleum, Pharmaceutical
Caustic soda flakes, also known as sodium hydroxide flakes, are highly caustic, water-soluble white solid crystals. Caustic soda flakes have a chemical formula of NaOH and a molecular weight of 40.0 g/mol.
Industries: Pulp, Paper, Textile, Sugar, Coir, and Tobacco Industries, pharmaceuticals
The molecular formula for hydrogen peroxide is H2O2. It is a very pale blue liquid that is somewhat viscouser than pure water. It is used in water as an oxidant, bleaching agent, and antiseptic, often in weak solutions (3%-6% by weight)
Industries: Pulp, Paper, Textile, Sugar, Coir, and Tobacco Industries, Propellant for rockets and aeroplanes
Because it decomposes to water and oxygen, the usage of hydrogen peroxide provides a "Clean Process" and allows for the preservation of a pollution-free environment. The rate of breakdown at standard room temperature is as low as 1.0% per year.
Industries : Furniture and Bedding, Automotive, Textiles and Coatings
TDI stands for Toluene Diisocyanate It is a colorless to pale yellow liquid with a strong, pungent odor. TDI is composed of two isocyanate functional groups and is derived from toluene, a petroleum-derived aromatic hydrocarbon.