Magnesium chloride for industry use is a large classification used by magnesium chloride manufacturers. There are three types of particles, powder and flakes in appearance, but most of them are flake magnesium chloride because flake magnesium chloride for industry use has relatively good quality and low price, while the content and certain uses are the same, including melt water, etc. The difference lies in whether it is convenient for users to use.
According to our magnesium chloride manufacturer's summary of flaky magnesium chloride in magnesium chloride for industry use, there are roughly the following:
1. The appearance of industrial grade magnesium chloride is transparent or milky white. This kind of flaky magnesium chloride is relatively close to food grade. The main feature is that the content is relatively sufficient, and the flaky magnesium chloride is relatively uniform in appearance, showing small pieces; in melt water experiment, it is clear, showing the appearance of transparent clear water, with few impurities at the bottom. It is used in areas such as electronics, petroleum, breeding farms, building materials, and snow melting.
2. Industrial-grade magnesium chloride appears grayish white in appearance. This kind of magnesium chloride is relatively sold in our magnesium chloride manufacturers. The appearance is uniform and large, with less impurities, and the content is generally greater than 45% or more. This kind of flake magnesium chloride is relatively cheap so that it is acceptable to most developing regions. The melt water is clear water, but there are a small amount of impurities and floating floc. This kind of flake magnesium chloride can be mainly used as raw material for other products, snow melting, building materials, breeding, etc.
3. There is also a kind of flake magnesium chloride which is similar in appearance to the previous one, but the molten water is like sea water. However, the color of this kind of industrial magnesium chloride is brown, and it is thicker with more than twice the thickness of general flake magnesium chloride. In addition, it has relatively low price, and has been used in places with relatively low requirements.