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Hydrochloric Acid

Hydrochloric Acid
CHEMICAL NAME : Hydrochloric Acid
PRODUCT GROUP : Caustic Soda Group
HSN CODE : 28061000

At Ideal Chemicals, we market premium quality product - Hydrochloric Acid (HCl), which is manufactured by our principal using the chlorine and hydrogen from Membrane cell Electrolyzer technology.

Hydrochloric acid is a solution of hydrogen chloride in water. It is a very strong acid and a stable compound. It is colorless to yellow-greenish liquid with sharp pungent odour. Over 15000C, it decomposes into hydrogen and chlorine.
The varied applications of Hydrochloric acid are :
Steel pickling and Scale removal
Ore refining
Hydrolyzing agent
Food processing
Activation of Pertroleum Wells
Catalyst in Organic process
Removal of heavy metal from Carbon Black and Activated Carbon
Leaching alumina from Crystalline Zeolities
Manufacture of Chlorine Dioxide
Water treatment
Mercury free
Colourless and Corrosive liquid
Stable at high temperature.
Low Iron content
Our Principal manufacturer guarantees Mercury free acid with minimum 30% concentration
Our Principal manufacturer is equipped with QC department that has latest instruments to conduct and analyze special quality checks upon request.
Our Principal generally provides COA (Certificate of Analysis) at the time of dispatch from their respective locations.
No Characteristic Specifications
1 Sp. Gravity (at 27o C) 1.145
2 Hydrochloric Acid (as HCl) % 30.0 min.
3 Iron (as Fe+++) ppm 1.00 max.
4 Free Chlorine and Bromine % 0.020 max.
Hydrochloric acid must be stored in a cool, dry, ventilated area within tightly sealed containers. The containers should be protected from extreme weather and temperature changes. Hydrochloric acid should be stored in preferably in ebonited steel tanks, provided with degassing pipes. It can also be stored in - HDPE/FRP TANKS .
MS Rubber lined Road tankers – MSRL TANKERS
35 Kg Carboys for Export Markets.
240 Kg HM-HDPE Barrels for export.
Threshold limit 5 ppm in air as per ACGIH norms.