Magnesium Chloride

Construction industry: production of magnesia cements (sorel cement), glass magnesium boards etc. oil and gas industry: component of drilling fluids and killing drilling muds chemical industry: production of magnesium containing compounds textile industry: stabilization in fabric dyeing agriculture as a fertilizer.

 

Product Data Sheets

 


APPEARANCE

Pearls or flakes of white color.

PACKING

Polyethylene and polypropylene bags net weight of 25 kg, special big-bags with net weight from 0.5 to 1 ton, including among limitation tailor-made ones. Use of other types of packing providing full product safety without quality reduction is optional upon agreement with a customer.

TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE

Magnesium chloride should be transported by any type of covered transport means according to the transportation rules applied hereto. Should be stored in covered warehouses, and packed in containers The guaranteed shelf life is 12 months from the production date.

INDEX
SPECIFICATION
1 Fraction of magnesium ions (Mg2+) total mass, %, min
11.8
2 Fraction of magnesium ions (Mg2+), converted to MgCl2 x 6H2O total mass, %, min
97
3 Fraction of calcium chloride converted to calcium oxide (CaO) total mass, %, max
0.1
4 Fraction of sulfates converted to sulfate ion total mass, %, max
0.1
5 Fraction of alkali metals ions (Na++ K+) total mass, %, max
0.8
6 Fraction of insoluble in water residue total mass, %, max
0.2

CERTIFICATION

ISO 9001

APPLICATION

  • in construction industry: production of magnesia cements (sorel cement), glass magnesium boards, glass-magnesium tiles, foamed concrete (foamed magnesite), gas concrete (gas magnesite) based on magnesite cement
  • in oil and gas industry: component of drilling fluids and killing drilling muds
  • in chemical industry: production of magnesium containing compounds, including magnesium oxide, magnesium hydroxide and magnesium metal, synthetic hydrotalcite, synthetic rubbers and thiocol, refractories and magnesium-chlorate defoliant
  • in textile industry: stabilization in fabric dyeing
  • in agriculture as a fertilizer
  • dust suppressant, sewage water treatment, abrasives production and deicing agent