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Sodium tetraborate. Borax. Used as a reagent, among others for the production of borax pearls, as well as in the form of a soldering aid. The main industrial application of borax is the production of glass, glazes, ceramics and glass wool. It is also used to produce sodium perborate (NaBO3), especially used in Europe in the form of bleach in detergents. In addition, sodium tetraborate is used as a flux for welding and soldering, and a component of fertilizers. In households it is used for insect control, as well as as a cleaning, disinfecting and deodorizing agent.Learn More
Sodium metabisulfite Name: Sodium metabisulfite Synonyms: Sodium disulfethulfate, sodium disulphate Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean min. 99% Chemical formula: Na2SO5 Pyrosulfite is a substance commonly known and used in viticulture for the preservation and stabilization (i.e. the so-called sulphurization) of wines, juices, meads and musts. It has disinfecting and sterilizing properties, and also effectively prevents the growth of mold and bacteria. Sodium metabisulphite in the disinfection of wine and beer equipment Dosage: 20-30g of substance per 1 L of water (2-3% solution). Application: decontamination and sterilization of various wine devices (balloons, bottles, containers, corks, hoses, etc.). In order to obtain a good quality wine, which can be aged, it should be prepared in clean and sterile (sanitized) conditions. To disinfect the necessary equipment, prepare a solution of sodium metabisulfite just before use, because it is unstable and after rinsing it is not re-usable. The disinfectant properties are particularly fumes, so when disinfecting the balloons and bottles, pour the solution into them and seal them for 5-15 minutes. Other uses of sodium metabisulfite: production, photographic industry, production of textiles, skins and furs, plastics and rubber, paper pulp and paper products, furniture, chemical water purifiers, fiber production, as an addition to cement, in chemicals for agriculture, in fertilizers.Learn More
Sodium hypochlorite 15%. Liquid chlorine Species: pure food Specification Name: Sodium hypochlorite Synonyms: Liquid chlorine, sodium hypochlorite Species: technical Purity: main component 15% Chemical formula: NaClO Features: • liquid, • light yellow color, • sharp smell of chlorine, • pH - around 14 ' • unlimited solubility in water, • ignition temperature - not applicable, • explosion limits - not applicable, • strong oxidizer. information A high quality product. It is intended for disinfection of swimming pool water, whirlpools, shower cabins, saunas, toilets as well as drinking water in water treatment stations. Sodium hypochlorite has PZH approval, necessary permission of the Ministry of Health and a certificate of quality control. The solution contains min. 15% active chlorine. This substance has many uses, and among other things, washes, disinfects, disinfects, cleans, bleaches and many others. Application: • disinfection and cleaning of rooms, surfaces and devices (including those in contact with food), • treatment and disinfection of water intended for consumption, as well as for economic purposes (swimming pools, sewage treatment plants, water treatment stations, water intakes, waterworks, combating biological life in cooling water systems), • disinfection of industrial installations, including devices, machines and vessels, • in the paper and textile industry as a bleach, • disinfection of sanitary fittings, including shower enclosures, toilet bowls, sinks, washbasins, urinals and others, • decontamination in many branches of industry, • in the wood industry, in the sawmill - it destroys the fungi contained in the tree, • spraying trees in orchards.Learn More
Sulfur ground Species: clean Specification Name: Sulfur ground Synonyms: Sulfur Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean min. 99.9% Chemical formula: S The use of sulfur Sulfur is one of the most frequently used raw materials in the chemical industry. It and its compounds are used for the production of carbon disulphide and sulfuric acid (VI). It is also used to vulcanize rubber (giving flexibility) and in the production of matches, gunpowder and fireworks. Sulfur is essential for living organisms as a component of proteins. It is used in the production of dyes, in medicine and in the specialist cement company. The use of sulfur in gardening and fruit-growing • it plays an important role in the development of various plants. For crops, it is not only an ingredient that takes part in proper nutrition, but also plays an important role in their protection. As a protection measure, it is even more important than as a nutrient shaping the size and quality of the crop. • used before flowering, it inhibits the development of apple apple stalk and spider mites. It plays an important role in protecting apple trees, especially against the most dangerous disease, i.e. scab of apple trees. • just like nitrogen, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and calcium, sulfur belongs to the macronutrients of plants. With its deficiency, the plants can not function properly, and the symptoms of its deficit resemble the symptoms of a lack of nitrogen. Sulfur supports the absorption of nitrogen from the soil. Acidification with sulfur • for souring, sowing of powdered or granulated sulfur is used. It works slowly and requires some time to be fully effective. After small doses sown in autumn, plants can be grown in spring, however, if a maximum dose (2.5-3.5 kg / 10m2) is to be used, a minimum of one year should be allowed. Sulfur can be used after planting, but a single dose should not exceed 50-100 g / 10m2 in this case. • in order to maintain a low pH level in the cultivation of acidophilic plants, the use of compost, manure as well as basic mineral fertilizers (eg calcium saltpetre, magnesium saltpetre, nitro-chalk) should be avoided - they cause an increase in soil pH.Learn More
Sodium thiosulphate Name: Sodium thiosulphate Synonyms: thiosulphate = STS, sodium thiosulfate, antichlor Genre: Clean Purity: Pure without admixtures Chemical formula: Na2S2O3 • 5H2O Sodium thiosulphate (or thiosulphate = STS) is an antioxidant, fungicide and chelator of heavy metals. It is used in poisoning with cyanide and other toxic substances. In appropriate amounts, it dissolves calcification of soft tissues and removes excess calcium. In traditional photography, sodium thiosulphate is used as a fixative - it forms stable complexes with silver ions, and thus after removal it removes unexposed silver bromide from the film. It is also often used in chemical analysis (iodometry), analytics in effective experiments. It is one of the antidotes for potassium cyanide. Sodium thiosulphate is a white, odorless and crystalline solid (pentahydrate). Chemical formula: Na2S2O3 * 5H2O Melting point: 48.5 ° C Sodium thiosulphate is used in the neutralization of chlorine and iodine solutions in water reservoirs, aquariums and ponds. Chlorine is a toxic element and its excess can be harmful to fish and shellfish. Hydrogenated sodium thiosulfate (Na2S2O3 x 5H2O) melts at 48 ° C to form "crystalline water", and after melting it turns into a subcooled liquid state. As a result of throwing a sodium thiosulphate crystal into it or by means of a sudden impulse (impact) crystallizes with the release of heat (at about 45 ° C). This phenomenon is applicable in chemical heaters. Sodium thiosulphate is also used for fungal infections. It is added to water in shower trays, bath tubs and shower cabins to get rid of ringworm. Sodium thiosulphate is often combined with salicylic acid in preparations intended for the treatment of wild dandruff.Learn More
Potassium pyrosulfite Name: Potassium pyrosulfite Synonyms: potassium disulphite, potassium disulphate, E224 Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean min. 99% Chemical formula: K2S2O5 Application Potassium metabisulphite is used as a preservative. It is also useful when bleaching straw, in photo baths and in dyeing. It has properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold, and is also an excellent antioxidant. This substance is used in many industries. It has disinfecting and sterilizing properties. Disinfection of wine and brewing equipment Dosage: 20-30g of potassium metabisulphite per 1 liter of water (2-3% solution). Potassium pyrosulphite is ideal for decontamination and sterilization of various types of wine equipment (balloons, bottles, corks, containers, hoses, etc.). Only wine prepared in clean and sterile conditions can become a high quality product. Potassium metabisulphite solution intended for disinfection of wine making equipment should be prepared just before its use, as it is not stable (after rinsing it is not re-usable). The disinfectant properties are primarily characterized by substance vapors, so when disinfecting balloons or bottles, you must pour the solution of sodium metabisulfite into them and then close them tightly for 5 -15 minutes. Potassium metabisulphite prevents the growth of bacteria, fungi and wild yeast. Directions for use: Dissolve a dose of the substance in a small amount of wine or must, then add to the whole and mix. Stabilization of the setting: 5-8 g per 100 L depending on the condition of the must. Stabilization of young wine: after fermentation (usually after the first wine load), 6-10 g per 100 L should be added to stop this process - light wine can be obtained in this way. Before pouring the finished wine into bottles, it is worth performing additional sulphurization, which affects its stabilization and preservation: 6-10 g per 100 L.Learn More