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.
Citric acid. Species: clean Application Citric acid is used as an acidity regulator and antioxidant. It is also an acidic cleaning agent for various cleaning processes. Salts of citric acid (citrate) are used in the form of medications in the absence of specific metal in the body. In addition, citric acid works well as a descaler when cleaning sanitary fittings, kettles, coils, stoves, etc. It is also used in the pharmaceutical industry and in the household.
Phosphoric acid 75%. Orthophosphoric acid 75% Phosphoric acid. Orthophosphoric acid. Application Phosphoric acid is mainly used for the production of artificial fertilizers (eg double superphosphate). It is an acidity regulator, and it is also used for the production of phosphate protective coatings on metals and many pharmaceutical agents, descaling of fittings in heating, purification of juices in sugar, in the form of soldering liquid, in dentistry, in the production of porcelain putties and in health care and analytical laboratories . It is also a component of preparations for rust removal of steel. At a concentration of 20-25% mixed with ordinary water is a perfect rust remover.
Oxalic acid Name: Oxalic acid Synonyms: Ethidic acid, oxalic acid hydrated (dihydric) Genre: Clean Purity: Pure 99.6% Chemical formula: C2H2O4 x 2H2O Oxalic acid is used: - for removing rust, - in electrical engineering as an auxiliary agent for electrolytic oxidation of aluminum (Eloxal), - in titration analysis as a reference substance for setting the titres of oxidizing solutions, - in beekeeping for the control of Varroa destructor mites (varroses), - for removing ink stains, - in dyeing and powders for cleaning sanitary devices, - for wood whitening and renovation.
Sodium percarbonate Species: clean Specification Name: Sodium percarbonate Synonyms: Sodium percarbonate, oxygen bleach, disodium carbonate, compound with hydrogen peroxide (2: 3) Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean Chemical formula: Na2CO3 x 1.5H2O2 Application Sodium percarbonate has strong oxidizing properties. Reacts in water - as a result of the decomposition, hydrogen peroxide (oxygen, water and sodium carbonate) is formed, which gives a cleaning and bleaching effect (suitable for cleaning and washing). This chemical reaction is used by almost all companies producing washing powders, cleaners and dishwasher tablets. Washing Two tablespoons of sodium percarbonate should be added for washing. In this way, you can protect white and light fabrics against yellowing and graying. Sodium percarbonate perfectly removes difficult deposits and stains, for example from coffee, tea, wine and vegetables. To obtain the best effect, wash at a minimum temperature of 40 ° C or wash the fabric for several hours in a solution of several tablespoons of sodium percarbonate in 3-5 L of warm water before washing. Warning! Sodium percarbonate brightens colors - is suitable for fabrics that do not lose their color. Do not use it for washing silk and wool. Surface cleaning Sodium percarbonate is good for cleaning stains and dirt from many surfaces. Its solution (1 tablespoon for 1 liter of warm water) can be used to clean curtains, white clothes, rugs and curtains.