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Technical Specifications:

Sulphamic Acid Specifications :    

Sulphamic Acid Based Descalants
Our high quality range of Sulfamic Acid Descalant is non hazardous & non flammable, and does not give off unbearable fumes. It%u2019s perfect for removing scales from cooling towers, coils, heat exchangers, condensers and heating & cooling systems. Sulfamic Acid Descalant increases the efficiency of working of a plant and equipment on cooling and cleaning surfaces by removing industrial scale.

Structural  Formula

Formula of Sulfamic Acid

CAS Number: 5329-14-6
IUPAC: sulfamic acid

Common Chemical Name Sulfamic Acid
Molecular Formula NH2SO3H
Molecular Weight 97.09
Purity of Sulfamic 98.1%(min.)
Moisture 0.1% max
Physical Appearance White crystaline powder
Matter Insoluble in water 0.05
Sulphate as So4 0.1
Lead as Pb 0.0001
Iron as Fe 0.001
Ammonical Nitrogen as NH4 HSO4 0.15
Synonyms of Sulphamic Acid: SULFAMIC ACID, Sulfamidic acid, Amidosulfonic acid, Jumbo, Sulphamic acid, Amidosulfuric acid, Aminosulfonic acid, Imidosulfonic acid, Sulfaminic acid, Aminosulfuric acid, Sulphamidic acid, Sulfamidsaeure, sulfuramidic acid, Amidoschwefelsaeure, Kyselina sulfaminova


Melting point
205 Deg.C
Decomposition Temperature
209 Deg.C
Specific Gravity
Bulk Density (loose)
1.0 – 1.2
Bulk Density (packed)
1.0 – 1.6
Dissociation constant


Rapid Softening, disintegration and dissolving of scales.


By reducing down-time, productivity is increased. by protecting metal and by uniform leaning of the surface equipment life is prolonged and performance made superior. The above information is adequate for commonly encountered problems of descaling.

Handling & Storage


%u2022    No Fumes Avoid contact with skin or eyes. Wear Cup-type, rubber or soft plastic-framed goggles, protective clothing, and rubber gloves must be worn when handling.

%u2022    Keep in a tightly closed container. Protect from physical damage.

%u2022    Store in a cool, dry, ventilated area away from sources of heat, moisture and incompatibilities.

%u2022    Containers containing this material may be hazardous when empty since they retain product residues (dust, solids); observe all warnings and precautions listed for the product.

%u2022    Ensure as low exposure as possible. Local exhaust ventilation is generally preferred as it can control the emissions of the contaminant at its source, preventing dispersion of it into the general work area.

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