Ferrous Sulfate Heptahydrate (Iron Vitriol)
Industrial grade ferrous sulfate heptahydrate is a by-product in the process of producing titanium dioxide, and ferrous sulfate heptahydrate is often used in industrial production and sewage treatment. As a reducing agent, ferrous sulfate heptahydrate has a good effect on the flocculation and decolorization of wastewater. It can also be used in cement to remove toxic chromate in cement, and used as a blood tonic in medicine, etc.
It can be used as a reducing agent in electroplating plants, as a flocculant in industrial wastewater, as a precipitant in printing and dyeing plants, as a raw material for iron red plants, as a raw material for pesticide plants, as a raw material for fertilizer plants, as a fertilizer for ferrous sulfate flowers, etc. .
It is widely used in the flocculation, clarification and decolorization of printing and dyeing, papermaking, domestic sewage, and industrial wastewater. Ferrous sulfate can also be used to treat high-alkalinity and high-color wastewater such as chromium-containing wastewater and cadmium-containing wastewater, which can reduce the use of acid for neutralization. A lot of investment.
● Soil amendment
● Iron-based pigments
● Water purification
● Sulfuric acid blending
● Chromium removal agent
|H2SO4 Content%||≤ 2.0|
Ferrous sulfate heptahydrate
This product is nonpoisonous, harmless and safe for all applications.
Packed in plastic woven bags of 25kg net each, 25MT per 20FCL.
Packed in plastic woven jumbo bags of 1MT net each, 25MT per 20FCL.
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