dvr Muriatic Acid 40 Kg

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION SHEET

Muriatic  ACID

Parameters

Specification Range

Typical

% Active Content

31.45 %u2013 32.5

32.0

Specific gravity @ 60°F

1.160 %u2013 1.166

1.162

Degree Baum%u0113 (B%u0113)

20.0 %u2013 20.6

20.4

Iron (ppm)

0.5 %u2013 1.0

< 0.5

Color (APHA)

5 – 20

< 5

Total organic compound (ppm)

2 %u2013 5

< 2.5

Oxidizing substance (as cl2 ppm)

0 %u2013 30

< 5

Freezing Point

-49°F

 
 
Remarks:

Muriatic acid in high concentrations forms acidic mists. Both the mist and the solution have a corrosive effect on human tissue, with the potential to damage respiratory organs, eyes, skin, and intestines. Upon mixing Muriatic acid with common oxidizing chemicals, such as bleach (NaClO) or permanganate (KMnO4), the toxic gas chlorine is produced. To minimize the risks while working with Muriatic acid, appropriate precautions should be taken, including wearing rubber or PVC gloves, protective eye goggles, and chemical-resistant clothing.

Note:

Commercial Grade
 
The spent acid has long been re-used as iron(II) chloride (also known as ferrous chloride) solutions, but high heavy-metal levels in the pickling liquor have decreased this practice.
The steel pickling industry has developed Muriatic Acid regeneration processes, such as the spray roaster or the fluidized bed HCl regeneration process, which allow the recovery of HCl from spent pickling liquor

 

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