Industrial Chemicals-What is it and Where to Buy?


Industrial Chemicals-What is it and Where to Buy?

Chemicals manufactured for industrial operations and research are known as industrial chemicals. Some are used to create energy, others are used to make consumer goods, while some are used as intermediates to produce other industrial chemicals and products. The chemical industry uses a wide range of raw materials such as air, minerals and oil. Top Industrial Chemicals: Few important chemicals crucial for industrial manufacturing at the global level are listed in the further sections.  Read More

Cornell University scientists Rachel Hestrin and Johannes Lehmann, along with collaborators from Canada and Australia, have shown that charcoal can trap large quantities of nitrogen from the air pollutant ammonia (NH3). This will result in a potential slow-release fertilizer with more nitrogen than most animal manures or other natural soil amendments. The results were published in the journal Nature Communications. Ammonia is a common component of agricultural fertilizers and provides a bioavailable form of the essential nutrient nitrogen to plants. Read More

Bartek Ingredients Inc has successfully completed a 4,000 ton/year capacity increase of its malic acid production facilities. Bartek is the world’s largest producer of malic acid and food-grade fumaric acid. The first in a series of capital investment projects to support its growing acidulants business, Bartek is expanding capacity and capabilities to allow for greater flexibility and support of its food, beverage, and confectionery; animal nutrition; and industrial customers. Additional projects scheduled for completion in 2019 include state-of-the-art upgrades to Bartek’s laboratories and office facilities. Read More

Nouryon has more than doubled emulsion-based organic peroxides capacity at its site in Los Reyes, Mexico. The company introduced emulsion-based peroxides to North America in 2018. Used for making polyvinyl chloride (PVC) – a plastic used in a wide variety of products including pipes, doors, windows and home siding – these alternatives to solvent-based peroxides are inherently safer while also improving product quality. Read More

 

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