|Ferric Chloride as FeCl3 % :||40.0 % min.|
|Ferrous Salt as FeCl2 % :||0.10% max|
|Relative Density at 25 C :||1.43 min|
|Free Acid as HCl % :||0.50% max|
|pH :||< 1.0|
Ferric chloride liquid precipitate absorbs suspended particles (clay, organic matter, etc) flocculates and carries the absorbed particles to the bottom. It also removes sulphides and silica.
It increase the rate of settling of sludge in sewage by the process of hydrolysis forming ferric Hydroxide which acts as a coagulant.
Generally industrial effluents are either acidic or alkaline and the treatment of such effluents is usually a costly and cumbersome multi-stage operation requiring a number of chemicals.
Ferric Chloride Anhydrous because of its flocculating and deodorizing properties, can be used directly in a single stage operation replacing the traditional cumbersome process.
To release entrapped oil from crevices and rocks below the sea bed ferric Chloride Liquid can be used by feeding it into the drilling well.
It decomposes and reacts with the rocks, releasing the entrapped oils which are removed by the normal processes.
Material is packed in 50 kg HDPE carboy, 280 kg capacity HMHDPE Barrels. It also filled in lorry tankers and transported for sale in domestic market.