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Industrial Chemicals

Industrial Chemicals

At the root of nearly every common household product lies a chemical compound produced by a company like Draslovka. Indeed, industrial chemicals are essential to many and varied industries, creating a need, not only for large scale production, but also for high quality standards and low production costs.  If you are looking for a stable and reliable partner, for your company’s industrial needs, please pay us a visit or start by exploring our industrial chemicals product page here.

  

Our Industrial chemicals

DPG

DiPhenylGuanidine is a vulcanization agent that increases the rigidity of natural rubber. This chemical sees greatest use in the tyre industry, where high performance rubber is essential. 

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Potassium Cyanide

Ever wondered how some things get their shiny surface? Potassium cyanide is the chemical of choice in surface treatment, electroplating and gilding.

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Sodium Cyanide

Sodium cyanide is most frequently used in precious metals mining and recovery. It also provides one of the most common and effective methods of leaching gold and other precious metals form the ore.

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Chelating Agents

Chelating agents like EthyleneDiamineTetraacetic Acid (EDTA) and its salts are most frequently used in the pulp and paper industries.

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Fertilizers

Just as any living organism, soil needs nutrients to stay healthy. We specialize in nitrogen and sulphur delivery to the soil, and our liquid fertilizers are amongst the most competitive in the market.

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Resins

Resins can be of either natural or synthetic origin, with quite differing properties. Draslovka works, mainly, with polymer-based resins used in niche markets, such as restoration, and with components for special colours, coatings, and glues.

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Did you know?

There are bacteria that actually eat cyanides. Draslovka employs just such bacteria at one of its three wastewater treatment plants, using a specific bacteria tribe in its bioreactors to consume cyanide wastes from the production process. Aerobic bacteria eat cyanides and aniline, whilst producing ammonia anions (NH4-) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from the wastewater contaminants. 

Some bacteria eat cyanides.

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