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Hydrochloric Acid 28% HCL

Hydrochloric Acid 28% HCL

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SKU:
HCL28
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Includes VAT & Free Delivery to UK Customers
Weight:
5.00 KGS
£35.99

Hydrochloric acid is the solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl) in water. It is a corrosive, mineral acid that is used in many industrial and cleaning processes. Hydrochloric acid is a clear, colourless, highly pungent solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl) in water. It is a highly corrosive, strong mineral acid with many industrial uses. Hydrochloric acid is found naturally in gastric acid.

Applications of Hydrochloric Acid 28% (HCL)

  • Hydrochloric acid is a strong inorganic acid that is used in many industrial processes such as refining metal. The application often determines the required product quality.
  • Pickling of steel - One of the most important applications of hydrochloric acid is in the pickling of steel, to remove rust or iron oxide scale from iron or steel before subsequent processing, such as extrusion, rolling, galvanizing, and other techniques.
  • Production of organic compounds - Another major use of hydrochloric acid is in the production of organic compounds, such as vinyl chloride and dichloroethane for PVC.
  • Production of inorganic compounds - Numerous products can be produced with hydrochloric acid in normal acid-base reactions, resulting in inorganic compounds. These include water treatment chemicals such as iron(III) chloride and polyaluminium chloride (PAC).
  • pH Control and neutralisation - Hydrochloric acid can be used to regulate the acidity (pH) of solutions.
  • Regeneration of ion exchangers - High-quality hydrochloric acid is used in the regeneration of ion exchange resins. Cation exchange is widely used to remove ions such as Na+ and Ca2+ from aqueous solutions, producing demineralized water. The acid is used to rinse the cations from the resins.
  • Other - Hydrochloric acid is used for a large number of small-scale applications, such as leather processing, purification of common salt, household cleaning, and building construction.  Oil production may be stimulated by injecting hydrochloric acid into the rock formation of an oil well, dissolving a portion of the rock, and creating a large-pore structure. Oil well acidizing is a common process in the North Sea oil production industry.
  • Hydrochloric acid has been used for dissolving calcium carbonate, i.e. such things as de-scaling kettles and for cleaning mortar off brickwork, but it is a hazardous liquid which must be used with care. When used on brickwork the reaction with the mortar only continues until the acid has all been converted, producing calcium chloride, carbon dioxide, and water.

Free Shipping Information for UK Customers

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