Prem chemical Industries - Products
1. Barium Carbonate           2. Sodium Sulphide (Red flakes & yellow flakes)           3. Barium chloride
Barium Carbonate
Barium carbonate (BaCO3), also known as witherite, is a chemical compound used in rat poison, bricks, ceramic glazes and cement.
Barium Carbonate crystallizes in the orthorhombic system. The crystals are invariably twinned together in groups of three, giving rise to pseudo-hexagonal forms somewhat resembling bipyramidal crystals of quartz, the faces are usually rough and striated horizontally.
Barium Carbonate is readily altered to barium sulfate by the action of water containing calcium sulfate in solution and crystals are therefore frequently encrusted with barytes. It is the chief source of barium salts and is mined in considerable amounts in Northumberland.
Market Applications Of Barium Carbonate
  • BRICK INDUSTRY
  • CERAMIC INDUSTRIES - Fine Ceramic, Sanitary Ceramic
  • ELECTROLYSIS - Chlorine-alkaline - electrolysis of sodium chloride solution.
  • FERRITE INDUSTRIES - Barium Ferrites
  • GLASS INDUSTRIES - Crystal Glass, Fiber Glass, Flat Glass, Illuminant Glass, Lab Glass, Optical Glass, Pharmaceutical Glass, Reflection Glass, Thin Glass.
  • TV GLASS INDUSTRIES - Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT), Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD), Plasma Display Panels (PDP)
     
Barium Chloride
Barium chloride is the ionic chemical compound with the formula BaCl2. It is one of the most important water-soluble salts of barium. Like other barium salts, it is toxic and imparts a yellow-green coloration to a flame. It is also hygroscopic
 
Sodium Sulphide
Sodium sulfide is the name used to refer to the chemical compound Na2S but more commonly its hydrate Na2S.9H2O. Both are colorless water-soluble salts that give strongly alkaline solutions. When exposed to moist air, Na2S and its hydrates emit hydrogen sulfide, which smells much like rotten eggs.
Market Applications of Sodium Sulphide Red Flakes
  • In tanneries for removing hair from hides and skins.
  • In pharmaceutical industries as a selective and cost-efficient reducing agent.
  • For obtaining Sulphur Black Dyes.
  • In Ore floatation.
  • As analytical reagent.
  • In Engraving.
  • In viscose Rayon Industry for removing Sulphur.
  • In the production of Heavy water used for Atomic Power Plants.
  • To remove heavy metals from waste waters in many industries.
  • In the craft wood-pulping process, it is used in synthetic cooking liquor.
  • In the manufacture of lubricating oils.
  • In the production of polysulphide elastomers.
Market Applications of Sodium Sulphide Yellow Flakes
  • In tanneries for removing hair from hides and skins.
  • In pharmaceutical industries as a selective and cost-efficient reducing agent.
  • For obtaining Sulphur Black Dyes.
  • In Ore floatation.
  • As analytical reagent.
  • In Engraving.
  • In viscose Rayon Industry for removing Sulphur.
  • In the production of Heavy water used for Atomic Power Plants.
  • To remove heavy metals from waste waters in many industries.
  • In the craft wood-pulping process, it is used in synthetic cooking liquor.
  • In the manufacture of lubricating oils.
  • In the production of polysulphide elastomers.

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