Sulphuric Acid (H₂SO₄), a clear, colorless, and highly corrosive mineral acid, is essential for manufacturing batteries, metal processing, and rayon production, making it pivotal for both laboratory and industrial applications.

Precautions for use:
Avoid smoking and use of open fire. Avoid inhalation of vapors and contact with skin and eyes. Apply good industrial practice include wear appropriate PPE. When diluting, the acid should always added slowly to water and in small amounts. Never use hot water or add water to the acid because can cause uncontrolled boiling and splashing
Product Storage:
Store in tightly closed containers in cool, well ventilated area. Keep away from direct sunlight, heat, water and incombustible materials.
Product Packaging:
Packing in 1000L IBC (1400kg), 200L Drum (340kg) or 25L Carboy (40kg)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Sulphuric Acid used for?
Sulphuric acid is used to manufacture other acids, dyes, glue, wood preservatives, and automobile batteries. It is used in the purification of petroleum, the pickling of metal, copper smelting, electroplating, metal work, and the production of rayon and film. It is most commonly used in fertilizer manufacture but is also important in mineral processing, oil refining, wastewater processing, and chemical synthesis
What does Sulphuric Acid do to human skin?
Sulfuric acid is a corrosive chemical and can severely burn the skin and eyes. It may cause third degree burns and blindness on contact. Exposure to sulfuric acid mist can irritate the eyes, nose, throat and lungs, and at higher levels can cause a buildup of fluid in the lungs
What happens when Sulphuric Acid is added to water?
The sulphuric acid reacts with water producing a large amount of heat energy. While diluting, the concentrated sulphuric acid should be added to water because acid being heavier, it settles down and the evolved heat is dissipated in the water itself, and hence the spurting of acid
Is Sulphuric Acid A strong acid?
Yes, sulphuric acid is considering a strong acid. It completely dissociates or ionizes in water, producing a high concentration of hydrogen ions. Sulphuric acid is highly corrosive and readily ionizes in water, making it one of the strongest and most widely used acids in various industrial and laboratory applications. When dissolved in water, it releases two moles of hydrogen ions for each mole of sulphuric acid. This high degree of ionization contributes to its classification as a strong acid
What is the pH of Sulphuric Acid?
Sulphuric acid 98% has a pH of around <1, which means it is highly acidic. When sulfuric acid is added to water, it will lower the pH of the water, making it more acidic
What does Sulphuric Acid react with?
Sulfuric acid reacts violently with alcohol and water to release heat. It reacts with most metals, particularly when diluted with water, to form flammable hydrogen gas, which may create an explosion hazard
Why is Sulphuric Acid used in cleaning?
It is also a commonly found ingredient in many cleaning products due to its corrosive nature. Its strength and acidity make it a powerful cleaning agent, and it is often found in domestic and industrial versions of products like drain unblockers, cleaners, detergents, and chemical sprays
Will Sulphuric Acid damage stainless steel?
Stainless steel is resistant to most acids and bases, such as nitric acid and acetic acid, but sulfuric acid attacks stainless steel. Different concentrations of sulfuric acid have different corrosion effects on stainless steel, and stainless steels with different compositions are also different
What are the packing sizes available for Sulphuric Acid?
We supply Sulphuric Acid – In 1000L IBC (1400kg), 200L Drum (340kg), 25L Carboy (40kg)

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