Raw Materials

  • Adipic Acid

    Adipic acid, also known as hexanedioic acid, is produced from a mixture of cyclohexanol and cyclohexanone with air or nitric acid. Adipic acid is used as a precursor for the production of nylon and polyurethane foams. Also used in the chemical industry to produce other polymers, coatings, plasticizers and detergents.
    Packaging 50 lb. bags, 2,000 lb. super sack

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  • Antimony Potassium Tartrate

    Also known as Tartar Emetic, Antimony potassium tartrate is a colorless, odorless, toxic crystalline salt used as a mordant to treat textiles and leather before dyeing and as an aid in the dyeing process.  Other uses as an insecticide.

    Packaging 50 lb. bag, 50 kg drum

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  • Chlorinated Paraffins

    Chlorinated Paraffins are complex mixtures of certain organic compounds containing chloride with a chlorination content  of 40-60% (various grades)   Chlorinated Paraffins are used in a wide range of industrial applications such as flame retardants,  plasticizers, adhesives, as additives in metal working fluids, in sealants, paints and coatings and as a solvent for Dichloramine T (germicide).

    Packaging 250-kg drum

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  • Chlorinated Rubber

    Chlorinated rubber is an elastomer (natural rubber or a polyolefin) to which 65% of chlorine has been added to give a solid film-forming resin.   Chlorinated rubber is used for coatings, maintenance paints, traffic marking, swimming pool paint, adhesives and fire retardants.

    Packaging 20 kg bag

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  • Copper Sulfate

    Also known as cupric sulfate, blue vitriol or blue stone. Copper sulfate is used in the textile and leather industries, in pigments, electric batteries, as a reagent in analytical chemistry, as a wood preservative, for electroplated coatings, engraving and lithography, ore flotation, petroleum industry, for use in synthetic rubber, steel manufacture and treatment of natural asphalts.

    Packaging 25 lb. bag.

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  • Potassium Tartrate

    Potassium tartrate is the potassium salt of tartaric acid and is produced by the reaction of tartaric acid with potassium sodium tartrate (Rochelle Salt) and potassium sulfate.   Potassium tartrate is a colorless crystal or white crystalline powder soluble in water.

    Packaging: 25 kg bag

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  • Pumice

    A highly porous igneous rock, usually containing 67 – 75% SiO₂ and 10 – 20% AI203, glassy texture.  Used as concrete aggregate, heat and insulation, filtration, finishing glass and plastics, road absorbents, support for catalysts, adherent for uncured rubber products and possible substitute for asbestos.

    Packaging:  50 lb. bag

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  • Rochelle Salt

    Also known as Potassium Sodium Tartrate, Rochelle Salt is an odorless, colorless to white crystals.   Rochelle salt is a crystalline solid that has a large piezoelectric effect (electric charge induced on its surfaces) making it useful in sensitive acoustical and vibrational devices such as ultrasound generators, crystal microphones, phonograph pickup cartridges and in electromechanical resonators.

    Packaging 25 kg bag, 50 kg drum.

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  • Sodium Tartrate

    The sodium salt of tartaric acid, Sodium Tartrate is a reagent that when added can cause a chemical reaction or added to see if a reaction occurs.

    Packaging 50 lb. bag, 100 lb. drum

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  • Tartaric Acid, DL

    A synthetic, white crystalline powder used in building materials and oil fields

    Packaging 25 kg bag

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