One of the transport chemicals that we supply is Deionised Water. But what is it and what is it actually used for?
What is it?
Deionised Water, or DL water, is water that has the ions removed. Normally, tap water is full of ions, which makes it not impractical for certain uses. In order for normal water to become deionised, it has to go through an ion exchange process. But why is this necessary? Continue reading “What is Deionised Water?”
The correct balance of chlorine in your swimming pool allows clean, safe and comfortable swimming.
If a swimming pool has too much chlorine, it can be potentially harmful to the swimmers and the pool itself.
An over-chlorinated pool can fade and break down the swimming pool liner, corrode the filtration system and irritate swimmer’s eyes and skin.
Continue reading “How to deal with a over-chlorinated pool”
Chemical analysis is crucial to knowing what substances you are handling and if there are any elements that shouldn’t be there.
The primary means of this is through qualitative chemical analysis.
Continue reading “Importance of Qualitative Chemical Analysis”
Chemicals make sure that we are given heat and power; allow us to buy clothing and goods; and ensures we have telecommunication, music and media wherever we may be.
Most of the changes that we see in the natural world around us are caused by chemicals reactions, such as the changing leaves and the growth of a flower.
Like we keep the benefits of chemicals in our life, we must also take care to treat them with respect so as to reduce potential harmful impact from exposure to them.
Continue reading “Chemicals We Use in Every Day Life”
No matter whether you are working in a business environment that requires certain cleaning chemicals, or are using them at home, it is vital to think safety first with regards to chemicals.
Case Chemicals recommend following the below steps that can be taken into action for the correct safe storage of cleaning chemicals.
Continue reading “Storing Cleaning Chemicals Safely”
There may be times where you encounter water and surface problems with your swimming pool.
Be sure to check that the pool water is correctly balanced prior to treating it with any corrective chemicals.
Continue reading “Caring for a Range of Swimming Pool Problems”
Case Chemicals have Corroseal products and we are answering some of the most frequently asked questions of the rust converter.
Continue reading “Corroseal Rust Converter FAQs”
Choosing your chemical supplier is a big task.
When looking for a chemical supplier, ensure that you keep the following in mind:
- The grade of chemicals that are offered frequently depend on the producer of the chemical, so ensure that you are comparing them on the same basis.
- There are some chemical companies that potentially offer hazardous waste removal services to their clients and for the majority this is important if it is offered at a discounted price.
- It is important to remember that there isn’t a standardised price in the chemicals industry. Ensure to shop around for a price that suits your budget.
- Seek out who the better suppliers are in the industry and what makes them so superior. If they excel in a particular area i.e customer service, quality of chemicals, from there you may be able to select a supplier based upon your needs.
- Learn about the product you are using and how safe are they to use?
- Ensure that your chosen supplier tells you how to correctly handle and store your purchased chemicals.
If you are looking for a chemical supplier in Hampshire, look no further than Case Chemicals!
Chemical analysis and chemical testing is not to be underestimated – this has become a necessity following, and prior to, it’s invention.
It is rare that chemical analysis is performed only for the sake of knowing, it is ingrained into everybody’s life. Chemical analysis is essential of ensuring the chemical’s safety, quality, productivity, control, consistency, among other factors that affect everyday life.
Note that chemical testing can be divided into a few overlapping broad fields, most of them are named below:
– Wet (otherwise known as classical)
The types of samples that can be used can literally be anything including cloth, soil, plastic, gas, water, wood, liver tissue etc.
It is important that an accurate chemical analysis is conducted for safety precautions more.
Rust is no longer an issue with Corroseal Rust Converting Primer, which eradicates rusting and primes in one simple step.
Corroseal is formulated to be used in the marine industry, a tough environment for coatings. Some of the key elements of Corroseals are as follows:
– Reduces labour costs and time
– Is able to convert rust on contact
– Acts as a primer on old paint
– Allows any colour top coat
– Environmentally friendly
The application fo Corroseal can be done with a brush, roll or spray however, there must be a thick white coat of product on the surface for it to work. Once the white film begins to turn black, this is an indicator that the rust conversion has begun.
Prior to applying a top coat, wait 24 hours. Appling regular paint on top of Corroseal will not affect the vibrancy of the colour.
See Corroseal Rust Converting Primer in action!