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  • Hydro-Lance TM Collects Airborne Dust During Repackaging/Bagging of Calcium Chloride Beads
    The Plant Manager at Ulrich Chemical Inc. was experiencing corrosion, plugging and subsequent dust collection problems with their existing dry dust collector while packaging hygroscopic and corrosive calcium chloride beads. During rail car transportation and offloading, some of the calcium chloride
  • Determination of Ionized Calcium in Skim Milk
    Ionized calcium in skim milk can be measured directly in the normal range (1 mM to 4 mM) utilizing the Iotron Calcium Electrode. Potassium Chloride is added to both standard and sample for consistent ionic strength. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter. Readability of 1 mV required, 0.1 mV
  • General Chemical Canada Cuts Costs, Eliminates Worries and Improves Quality Assurance With New Bag Marking System
    By beefing up its marking system for the thousands of 50 lb (20 kg) and 100 lb (40 kg) high density polyethylene bags of calcium chloride it produces each year, General Chemical Canada Ltd. has reduced labor costs, freed itself of worry about errors in its packaging process, and vastly improved its
  • New Method for Water Vapor Permeability Testing of Medicine Package
    such as agglomeration (such as sodium bicarbonate), deliquescence (such as calcium chloride, chloral hydrate), dilution (such as glycerol, lactic acid), going moldy (such as dextrose, pepsin), hydroxylation (such as penicillin) and oxidation (such as vitamin C). Such changes will bring difficulties
  • The news about road salt is worse than we thought
    are applied as a powder, small granules, or as a liquid spray. The liquid solutions are generally water mixed with road salt, or sodium chloride, and magnesium, calcium, or some combination. These liquids are put on the roads up to 48 hours before bad weather is expected. The intent is to stay ahead of ice
  • Medical Device Link .
    vulnerable to contaminants such as calcium carbonate, chloride compounds, and silicone. Interference has been reported in the curing stages of implant devices, dental polyvinyl siloxane impression materials, and orthopedic adhesives. It has been reported that residual sulfur on gloves resulting from its

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