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Zinc ammonium chloride || Manufacturer and Supplier of Zinc ammonium chloride in Chennai India

Zinc ammonium chloride || Manufacturer and Supplier of Zinc ammonium chloride in Chennai India

Chennai Chemical industry Based in Chennai India , Chennai chemical are a leading Chemical Manufacturer and Supplier of Zinc ammonium chloride in Chennai India . We are supplied into various industrial markets including Household ,Institutional Cleaning, Personal Care and Industrial sectors including Oil Field, Agriculture, Lubricants, Metal Working chemical industry and Coatings markets.

Chennai chemical supply various types of hold cleaning products like High Foam Emulsifier Cleaner, Tuff High Foam conc., Tuff Highly Concentrated, HP Wash, Citric Acid LR grade, Foam cleaning Agent, Rock Phosphate Cleaner , Deodorizer, Acetic Acid, Calcium Hydroxide. Our Slip Coat HOLD BLOCK is a Heavy Duty protective Solution for hold of vessels which carrying corrosive and / or messy cargos such as Sulphur, Salt, Petcoke, coal and concentrates.

Zinc ammonium chloride is the inorganic compound with the formula (NH4)2ZnCl4. It is the ammonium salt of tetrachlorozincate. It used as a flux in the process of hot-dip galvanizing.

Uses

Steel to be galvanized passes through an acidic cleaning process to remove iron oxide “mill scale”. After this process, the surface of the steel is very active and oxide layers begin forming immediately upon exposure to the atmosphere. Zinc ammonium chloride flux in aqueous solution is applied to the steel to reduce any oxides that are formed and/or inhibit them from forming altogether. This allows the molten zinc in the proceeding galvanizing step to maximally adhere to and alloy with the surface of the steel.

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