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Hebei Heishi Chemicals CO.,LTD

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Information for Buyer

  • Hebei Heishi Chemicals CO.,LTD
  • OEM Service: No
  • Register Time: 2010-03-15

  • (shijiazhuang, China) Map
  • Phone: +86 /311-89271632
  • Contact Person: Elina

Products Detail

Formic Acid (NO.2)

  • Business Information:
  • Supply Capability : 900000 tons
  • Certification : SGS,SGS
  • Price per Unit : (US$)600
  • Mini Order : 10 ton
  • Packaging : in PP drum
  • FOB Port : tianjin
  • Delivery Time : 5 days
  • Made In : China(CN)

Product Feature:

product:

Formula:HCOOH
Description:
One of the most powerful organic acids. It is a colourless liquid with pungent odour and strongly caustic.

Specifications:
Purity 85% min
Chloride 0.02% max
Sulfate radical 0.005% max
Fe 0.001% max
Residue after evaporation 0.08% max

Purity 90%min
Sulphate 0.002%max
Chloride 0.005%max
Fe 0.0005%max
Ignition Residue 0.02%max

Uses:
Used as rubber coagulant;reducing agent in textile dyeing and printing industries;foodstuff preservatives and raw material in pharmaceutical industry.

Product Specifications:

product:

Formula:HCOOH
Description:
One of the most powerful organic acids. It is a colourless liquid with pungent odour and strongly caustic.

Specifications:
Purity 85% min
Chloride 0.02% max
Sulfate radical 0.005% max
Fe 0.001% max
Residue after evaporation 0.08% max

Purity 90%min
Sulphate 0.002%max
Chloride 0.005%max
Fe 0.0005%max
Ignition Residue 0.02%max

Uses:
Used as rubber coagulant;reducing agent in textile dyeing and printing industries;foodstuff preservatives and raw material in pharmaceutical industry.

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