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FAQ's

We are whole sale & distributer for different type of cleaning products with branded name such as Agar, Aqua-Seal, Tasman Chemicals, GB Chemical, Polivac & Pullman, PacVac Machinery, Oates, Pall Mall, Eureka, Triumph, Anger, Bravo & etc.

Our cleaning agents substances are usually liquids and some in powder that are used to remove dirt, including dust, stains, bad smells, and clutter on surfaces. Purposes of cleaning agents include health, beauty, absence of offensive odor, avoidance of shame, and avoidance of spreading of dirt and contaminants to oneself and others. Some cleaning agents can kill bacteria and clean at the same time.

Type of cleaning agents normally water solutions that might be acidic, alkaline, or neutral, depending on the use. Cleaning agents may also be solvent-based or solvent-containing and is then called degreasers.

Acidic

Acidic washing agents are mainly used for removal of inorganic deposits like scaling. The active ingredients are normally strong mineral acids and chelants. Often, there are added surfactants and corrosion inhibitors. One common mineral acid is Hydrochloric Acid, (also called Muriatic Acid), is typically used for cleaning swimming pools and concrete.

Alkaline

Alkaline washing agents contain strong bases like sodium hydroxide and/or potassium hydroxide. The alkali dissolves grease, oils, fats, and protein-,based deposits. Often there are added dispersing agents to prevent redeposition of dissolved dirt and/or chelants to attack rust on metal parts. A cleaning agent with a pH above 8.5.

Bleach (pH 12) and Ammonia (pH 11) are also common Alkaline cleaning agents. While many people believe that mixing cleaning agents together will create a compound that is more powerful, this is false. Mixing cleaning agents such as bleach and ammonia together can be dangerous and/or fatal.

Neutral

Neutral washing agents are pH-neutral and based on non-ionic surfactants that disperse.

  1. Borax
  2. Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. Calcium hypochlorite
  5. Cyanuric acid (former)
  6. Chromic acid
  7. Ethanol or methanol (only in solutions)
  8. Various forms of alcohol
  9. Various chlorine compounds
  10. Acetic acid (vinegar)
  11. Trisodium phosphate
  12. Sodium percarbonate
  13. Sodium perborate
  14. Morris Powder
  15. Donkey Stone