Q:What’s the Minimum Order Quantity?
Q: How to Get Sample?
A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time?
A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing?
A:25kg paper barrel. If pouch packing is in need, it could be customized.
Q: How About the Zinc Chloride of ZXCHEM?
A: Zinc chloride (ZnCl2) has various applications across different industries. Here are some common uses of zinc chloride:
Galvanizing: Zinc chloride is used in the galvanizing process to protect steel and iron from corrosion by coating them with a layer of zinc. This helps extend the lifespan of metal structures, such as bridges, pipelines, and automotive parts.
Flux Agent: In soldering and brazing operations, zinc chloride acts as a flux, promoting the flow of molten solder and removing oxides from metal surfaces. This ensures proper bonding and strong joints in electronic components and plumbing.
Wood Preservation: Zinc chloride is employed as a wood preservative to prevent decay and insect infestations. It is commonly used in the treatment of utility poles, fences, and other outdoor wooden structures.
Dehydrating Agent: Due to its strong affinity for water, zinc chloride is used as a desiccant or dehydrating agent. It is often used to dry solvents, gases, and other substances in laboratory settings.
Textile Processing: Zinc chloride finds application in the textile industry for mercerizing cotton, a process that strengthens and improves the luster of cotton fibers, making them more suitable for dyeing.
Battery Electrolyte: Zinc chloride is used as an electrolyte in certain types of batteries, such as zinc-carbon batteries and zinc-chlorine flow batteries.
Chemical Synthesis: Zinc chloride is a versatile catalyst in various chemical reactions, including the synthesis of organic compounds, such as acylation and condensation reactions.
Oil and Gas Industry: In the oil and gas industry, zinc chloride is used as a drilling fluid additive to control shale hydration and reduce fluid loss during drilling operations.
Tanning and Leather Processing: Zinc chloride is utilized in leather processing for tanning hides and skins, helping to stabilize and preserve the material.
Pharmaceuticals: Zinc chloride has applications in the pharmaceutical industry as a reagent and in the synthesis of certain drugs and pharmaceutical intermediates.