Products obtained from natural sources that are consumed by most of the industry to obtain processed products. Inorganic Chemicals

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Caustic Potash – Potassium Hydroxide

White flakes that absorb water and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, highly soluble, alkaline and corrosive. Widely used in the chemical industry.

Caustic Soda

White flakes or a viscous transparent liquid. Used in the plastic and textile industries, in the production of artificial silk, soap and various chemicals.

Hydrochloric Acid

A slightly yellow aqueous solution with an irritating odour, with multiple applications in the chemical, metallurgical and food industries, among others.

Potassium Persulphate

White crystals, water-soluble. Used in the polymerisation process during the production of acrylic, PVC, polystyrene and neoprene, among other uses.

Sodium Carbonate ( Soda Ash)

Sodium carbonate is commonly known as washing soda, soda ash and soda crystals. There are two grades:
Light highly suitable for detergent and chemical applications.
Dense for the manufacture of glass due to its granular properties, it being largely free of dust and the reduction of risks of segregation during transport and handling.

Sodium Sulphate

Sodium Sulphate is a white crystalline powder that is mainly used in the production of detergents and in the Kraft process for the production paper pulp. It is a high-purity powder, ideal as an inert filler, water-soluble, boosts detergent properties.