Author : Vinipul Inorganics Pvt. Ltd. | Published on : 08 Nov 2021
Degreasing Agents are essentially cleaning agents used to dissolve grease and oil from hard surfaces and contain chemicals or solvents intended to cause a chemical reaction to change the state of substance and make it easier to remove. Degreasing agents are used in several industries for lifting grease, fats, oil, or other contaminants from the surface of an object. Degreasing agents are frequently used to machine parts, clean floors, automotive parts, industrial stoves, and kitchen areas. Solvents are a common choice for removing unwanted contaminants from difficult to clean surfaces. Water-based degreasing agents containing a reduced amount of solvents are one option companies have for reducing environmental impact.
Uses of Inorganics chemicals in Degreasing Agents
Chemicals used for cleaning and in cleaning products are bleaches, laundry detergents, dishwashing products and other household cleaners, help improve cleaning efficiency, making commercial places, factories, homes, offices and other environments both easier to clean and more hygienic.
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- Sodium Acetate
- Ammonium Acetate
- Potassium Acetate
- Zinc Acetate
- Calcium Acetate
- Potassium Phosphate
- Sodium Phosphate
- Ammonium Phosphate
- Tri Calcium Phosphate Anhydrous
- Potassium Sulphate
- Manganese Sulphate
- Magnesium Sulphate
- Ferrous Sulphate
- Ammonium Sulphate
- Zinc Sulphate