Saturday, 15 February 2014

Haryana Chemical Industries (HCI), an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, is one of India's leading manufacturers of Zinc Chloride and Galvanizing chemicals for the Galvanizing Industry. Founded in 1971 by Shri K.L. Kochar, We have over the years, grown from a Zinc Chloride commercial grade manufacturing company to manufacturers of a complete range of Zinc Chloride, Galvanizing, Galvanizing Flux, Hot Dip Galvanizing and Galvanizing Chemicals with wide applications and world-wide sales.

We offer standard products and custom formulations, manufactured with a commitment to total quality management. We provide Zinc Chloride in complete range High Grade, Battery Grade and Commercial Grade, in Solid, Powder and Solution form. We also manufacture OF Galvanizing, Galvanizing Fluxes, Hot Dip Galvanizing and Galvanizing Chemicals like Degreaser (Acidic and Alkaline), Inhibitor along with fume controller and Passivation (Chrome and Non-Chrome based).

Haryana Chemicals Industries (HCI), an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, is one of India's leading manufacturers of zinc chloride of different grades and chemicals for the galvanizing Industry. Founded in 1971 by Shri KL Kochar, HCI has over the years, grown from a zinc chloride commercial grade manufacturing company to a manufacturer of a complete range of Zinc Chloride and galvanizing chemicals with wide applications and world-wide sales.

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Ph. 011-47282278

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Zinc chloride is a broadly used substance in various manufacturing processes. These include the etching of metals,the preparation of soldering galvanizing, and tinning fluxes, the manufacture of parchment paper, and textile finishing. Zinc chloride is also used in organic chemical mixture, such as in the formation of amines from digressions.
Zinc chlorides, nine crystalline forms are known, are neutral or white, and are highly solvable in water. ZnCl2 itself is even deliquescent andhygroscopic. Samples should therefore be endangered from sources of dampness, including the water vapor present in ambient air. Zinc chloride finds wide use in chemical synthesis,metallurgical fluxe sand textile processing. No inanimate with this chemical structure is known aside from a very rare mineral, Simonacademic, Zn5 (OH) 8Cl2·H2O.
Chloride play very important role in metabolic acidosis process. It makes the acid- base grouping in body. Ions use for maintain the mixture of acid-base balance, place of sodium ions. Ammonium used in hypocholeric state and metabolic alkalosis. Operation of ammonium chloride depends on the capability of kidney. Ammonium converts ammonium to urea b the liver.

1.  Chemical Properties
Very doable in water, also in ethanol and acetone, with excess water, acidic (pH ~ 4) zinc oxychloride is formed. Zinc chloride has a rather low melting point and sublimed easily. This specifies that it has strong molecular character rather than ionic. Electron spreading studies show that zinc chloride has linear Cl-Zn-Cl structure in the gas phase. Concerted, aqueous solution liquefies starch and cellulose and silk. Hence the solution occurrences paper and cannot be strained through a filter paper.

2. History and its Uses
The antibacterial nature of zinc chloride has found its use in antibacterial, mordant and in giving ulcers and pod dermatitis. It is also used in preservative functional specimens, wood additives, deodorizer, disinfecting and preserving materials. The chloride is used as unrest's on copper blends and, with hydrochloric acid added, for stainless steels. It is also used as a mordant in printing and staining textiles and in the vulcanizing processes of rubber and fiber. It is used as an electrolyte in dry cell batteries, and in metal industry, in spurring iron and as an electrolyte for electroplating. In chemical mixture, the anhydrous zinc chloride is used as a dehydrating agent.

3. Hazard, Handling and Storage
Potential symptoms of over experience to fumes are conjunctivitis, irritation of eyes, skins and gorge. May also cause chest pain, pulmonic fibrosis and skin burns. Chronic effects may include diarrhea, stomach pains, vomiting, chest pain, and edema possibly mutagenic effects. The oral deadly dose 50 percent kill for rats (ORL-RAT LD50) is about 350 mg/kg.

Zinc chloride is very anhydrous and the hygroscopic must be kept in air-tight container, in a cool dry place. Ensure good airing, when using the chemical, safety goggles and wearing rubber gloves. If consumed, take large quantities of milk or water and seek medical information. In case of interaction with skins apply baking soda to neutralize the acidic effects. When contact with eyes, seek medical attention and splash with adequately of water.