The storage of magnesium chloride anhydrous is a more important link, and the quality of storage determines the quality of anhydrous magnesium chloride in use. A question known to all those involved in magnesium chloride anhydrous products is why some magnesium chloride manufacturers have lower prices when handling inventory. In this case, most practitioners will go to the warehouse for sampling and testing. The main concern is that long-term storage will reduce the content of anhydrous magnesium chloride.
Common problems: magnesium chloride anhydrous clumps, appears sticky, or has melted away. Calcium products that have agglomerated for a long time cannot be used. So if the above situation occurs, it proves to be a storage problem.
What should we do? First, when packaging the magnesium chloride anhydrous manufacturer, there is no need to wait for the magnesium chloride anhydrous to cool down completely. Because there will be a long transmission distance on the production line, after the product comes out of high temperature, it will naturally dissipate heat through the air. The outside of the packaging bag is a plastic woven bag with a film lining inside, which is then heat-melted and sealed. The bag of magnesium chloride anhydrous is then packaged by ton, and a layer of film bag is added to the inside of the ton bag. This has four layers of protection, whose main purpose is to isolate the air from the product.