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NITRIC ACID 68-72% 60 Kg

Extra pure NITRIC , removes iron residue & forms an oxide layer that boosts the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel intended to improve the corrosion resistance of parts made from austenit [+] Read More...
Generic Name:
Passivation Grade Nitric Acid
Article News:
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Active Matter:
69 - 72%
Packing Size:
60.00 Kg.(Liq)
Available Packing Size:
500 Ml, 1 Ltr, 5, 30, 50 Kg specialized HMHDPE CANE. Available stock and supplier in Kolkata Port / NSD / KPD, Haldia, Budje Budje, Anchorage Port (Diamond Harbour), Paradip Port , Dhamra Port and Vizag Port - Ganngavaram, Chennai - Ennore, Mumbai - Nhava Seva, Kandla, Mundra - Gandhidham, Surat, Fujairah, Dubai - Gulf, Midle East, UAE
Code:
RXSOL-19-1106-060
NITRIC ACID 68-72% 60 Kg
Application:
Transparent, colourless or yellowish corrosive liquid. A strong oxidizing agent that will attack almost all metals. Passivation Treatments • Grades with at least 16% chromium (except free machinin [+] Read More...
Using Procedure:
High carbon, high chromium martensitic 440C grades which are selected for high hardness and resistance may be exempt from passivation treatments at the discretion of the procuring activity. PRECAUTION : [+] Read More...
Note:
During processing operations such as forming, machining, tumbling and lapping, iron particles or other foreign particles may become smeared over or imbedded into the surface of corrosion-resistant steel par [+] Read More...
Technical Specifications:

Nitric Acid (68%) Safety Data Sheet

Chemical Identity

Chemical Name

Nitric Acid

Chemical Classification

Inorganic Acid

Formula

HNO3

CAS Number

7697-37-2

UN Number

2031

Shipping Name

Nitric Acid

Codes / Label

Corrosive, Oxidiser, Class 8

Hazardous waste ID No.

16

Hazchem Code

2 PE

 

 

 

 

Physical / Chemical Data

Boiling Point / Range

120 Deg. C

Melting / freezing Point

- 40 Deg. C

PhysicalState

Watery Liquid

Specific Gravity

1.40

Solubility in water

Soluble

PH

Acidic

Appearance

Colourless to Brown

Odour

Choking Odour

 

 

 

Fire / Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability

No

LEL / UEL

Not Pertinent

Flash Point

Not Pertinent

Autoignition Temperature

Not Pertinent

Explosion Sensitivity to Impact

Stable

Explosion Sensitivity to Static Electricity

Stable

Hazardous Combustion Products

May emit poisonous oxides of
Nitrogen and Acid fumes

Oxidiser

Yes

Corrosive Material

Yes

Combustible / Flammable / Explosive Material

No

 

 

Health Hazards / First Aid Measures
Seek Medical help immediately in case of ingestion / inhalation / contact with skin. In the meanwhile following actions are recommended.

Inhalation

Remove the victim to fresh air area. Provide artificial respiration if required.

Ingestion

Give large quantities of water. Do not induce vomiting.

Contact with skin

Flush the affected area with plenty of water for long time.

 

 

 

 

Preventive Measures
Avoid contact with liquid or vapours. Provide air mask, rubber acid suit, hood, boots, gloves, safety goggles, face shield to the workmen. Water shower and eye wash basin should be provided near the workplace.

Spills
Dilute with water and neutralise with alkali.

 

Remarks:

Hazard: Dangerous fire risk in contact with organic materials. Highly toxic by inhalation, corrosive to the skin and mucous membranes. Uses :Organic synthesis (dyes, drugs, explosives, cellulose nitrate, nitrate salts ), photoengraving, etching steel. 

NITRIC acid supplier in India / Middle East

 

PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Rust and other corrosion products. Embedded or adhering "free iron Very light rust stain can be removed by 10% nitric acid. More significant rust or embedded iron will require picking. See also previous sections on Passivating and Picking. Sand or glass-bead blasting is another option Wear PPE as appropriate. Afterwards rinse well with clean water. Mix in acid-proof container, and be very careful with the acid, (See Precautions for acid cleaners)
Routine cleaning of boat fittings. Frequent washing down with fresh water. Recommended after each time the boat is used in salt water.
Cooking pot boiled dry. Remove burnt food by soaking in hot water with detergent, baking soda or amonia. Afterwards clean and polish. with a mild abrasive if necessary. See comments re steel wool.
Dark oxide from welding or heat treatment. "Picking Paste" or picking solutions given on previous page. Must be careful rinsed, and use care in handling (see Precautions for acid cleaners).
Scratches on polished (satin or brushed) finish. Slight scratches - use impregnated nylon pads. Polish with polishing wheel dressed with iron-free abrasive for deeper scratches. Follow polish lines. Then clean with soap or detergent as for routine cleaning Do not use ordinary steel wool - iron particles can become embedded in stainless steel and cause further surface problems. Stainless steel and "Scotchbrite" scouring pads are satisfactory.

 

 

PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Routine cleaning All finishes Soap mild detergent and water. (preferably warm) Sponge, rinse with clean water, wipe dry if necessary. Follow polish lines.
Fingerprints All finishes Soap warm water or organic solvent (eg acetone, alchol, methylated spirits) Rinse with clean water and pipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Stubborn stains and discoloration. All finishes. Mild cleaning solutions. Ensure any properietary cleaners state compatibility with stainless steel. Phpsphoric acid cleaners may also be effective Use rag, sponge or fibre brush (soft nylon or natural bristle. An old toothbrush can be useful). Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Lime deposits from hard water. Solution of one part vinegar to three parts water. Soak in solution then brush to loosen. Rise well with clean water.
Oil or grease marks. All finishes. Organic solvents (eg. acetone, alchol, methylated spirits, proprietary "safety solvents"). Baked-on grease can be softened beforehand with ammonia Clean after  with soap and water, rinse with clean water and dry. Follow polish lines
 
PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Rust and other corrosion products. Embedded or adhering "free iron Very light rust stain can be removed by 10% nitric acid. More significant rust or embedded iron will require picking. See also previous sections on Passivating and Picking. Sand or glass-bead blasting is another option Wear PPE as appropriate. Afterwards rinse well with clean water. Mix in acid-proof container, and be very careful with the acid, (See Precautions for acid cleaners)
Routine cleaning of boat fittings. Frequent washing down with fresh water. Recommended after each time the boat is used in salt water.
Cooking pot boiled dry. Remove burnt food by soaking in hot water with detergent, baking soda or amonia. Afterwards clean and polish. with a mild abrasive if necessary. See comments re steel wool.
Dark oxide from welding or heat treatment. "Picking Paste" or picking solutions given on previous page. Must be careful rinsed, and use care in handling (see Precautions for acid cleaners).
Scratches on polished (satin or brushed) finish. Slight scratches - use impregnated nylon pads. Polish with polishing wheel dressed with iron-free abrasive for deeper scratches. Follow polish lines. Then clean with soap or detergent as for routine cleaning Do not use ordinary steel wool - iron particles can become embedded in stainless steel and cause further surface problems. Stainless steel and "Scotchbrite" scouring pads are satisfactory.

 

 

PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Routine cleaning All finishes Soap mild detergent and water. (preferably warm) Sponge, rinse with clean water, wipe dry if necessary. Follow polish lines.
Fingerprints All finishes Soap warm water or organic solvent (eg acetone, alchol, methylated spirits) Rinse with clean water and pipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Stubborn stains and discoloration. All finishes. Mild cleaning solutions. Ensure any properietary cleaners state compatibility with stainless steel. Phpsphoric acid cleaners may also be effective Use rag, sponge or fibre brush (soft nylon or natural bristle. An old toothbrush can be useful). Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Lime deposits from hard water. Solution of one part vinegar to three parts water. Soak in solution then brush to loosen. Rise well with clean water.
Oil or grease marks. All finishes. Organic solvents (eg. acetone, alchol, methylated spirits, proprietary "safety solvents"). Baked-on grease can be softened beforehand with ammonia Clean after  with soap and water, rinse with clean water and dry. Follow polish lines
 
PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Rust and other corrosion products. Embedded or adhering "free iron Very light rust stain can be removed by 10% nitric acid. More significant rust or embedded iron will require picking. See also previous sections on Passivating and Picking. Sand or glass-bead blasting is another option Wear PPE as appropriate. Afterwards rinse well with clean water. Mix in acid-proof container, and be very careful with the acid, (See Precautions for acid cleaners)
Routine cleaning of boat fittings. Frequent washing down with fresh water. Recommended after each time the boat is used in salt water.
Cooking pot boiled dry. Remove burnt food by soaking in hot water with detergent, baking soda or amonia. Afterwards clean and polish. with a mild abrasive if necessary. See comments re steel wool.
Dark oxide from welding or heat treatment. "Picking Paste" or picking solutions given on previous page. Must be careful rinsed, and use care in handling (see Precautions for acid cleaners).
Scratches on polished (satin or brushed) finish. Slight scratches - use impregnated nylon pads. Polish with polishing wheel dressed with iron-free abrasive for deeper scratches. Follow polish lines. Then clean with soap or detergent as for routine cleaning Do not use ordinary steel wool - iron particles can become embedded in stainless steel and cause further surface problems. Stainless steel and "Scotchbrite" scouring pads are satisfactory.

 

 

PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Routine cleaning All finishes Soap mild detergent and water. (preferably warm) Sponge, rinse with clean water, wipe dry if necessary. Follow polish lines.
Fingerprints All finishes Soap warm water or organic solvent (eg acetone, alchol, methylated spirits) Rinse with clean water and pipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Stubborn stains and discoloration. All finishes. Mild cleaning solutions. Ensure any properietary cleaners state compatibility with stainless steel. Phpsphoric acid cleaners may also be effective Use rag, sponge or fibre brush (soft nylon or natural bristle. An old toothbrush can be useful). Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Lime deposits from hard water. Solution of one part vinegar to three parts water. Soak in solution then brush to loosen. Rise well with clean water.
Oil or grease marks. All finishes. Organic solvents (eg. acetone, alchol, methylated spirits, proprietary "safety solvents"). Baked-on grease can be softened beforehand with ammonia Clean after  with soap and water, rinse with clean water and dry. Follow polish lines
 
PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Rust and other corrosion products. Embedded or adhering "free iron Very light rust stain can be removed by 10% nitric acid. More significant rust or embedded iron will require picking. See also previous sections on Passivating and Picking. Sand or glass-bead blasting is another option Wear PPE as appropriate. Afterwards rinse well with clean water. Mix in acid-proof container, and be very careful with the acid, (See Precautions for acid cleaners)
Routine cleaning of boat fittings. Frequent washing down with fresh water. Recommended after each time the boat is used in salt water.
Cooking pot boiled dry. Remove burnt food by soaking in hot water with detergent, baking soda or amonia. Afterwards clean and polish. with a mild abrasive if necessary. See comments re steel wool.
Dark oxide from welding or heat treatment. "Picking Paste" or picking solutions given on previous page. Must be careful rinsed, and use care in handling (see Precautions for acid cleaners).
Scratches on polished (satin or brushed) finish. Slight scratches - use impregnated nylon pads. Polish with polishing wheel dressed with iron-free abrasive for deeper scratches. Follow polish lines. Then clean with soap or detergent as for routine cleaning Do not use ordinary steel wool - iron particles can become embedded in stainless steel and cause further surface problems. Stainless steel and "Scotchbrite" scouring pads are satisfactory.

 

 

PROBLEM CLEARING AGENT COMMENTS
Routine cleaning All finishes Soap mild detergent and water. (preferably warm) Sponge, rinse with clean water, wipe dry if necessary. Follow polish lines.
Fingerprints All finishes Soap warm water or organic solvent (eg acetone, alchol, methylated spirits) Rinse with clean water and pipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Stubborn stains and discoloration. All finishes. Mild cleaning solutions. Ensure any properietary cleaners state compatibility with stainless steel. Phpsphoric acid cleaners may also be effective Use rag, sponge or fibre brush (soft nylon or natural bristle. An old toothbrush can be useful). Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry. Follow polish lines.
Lime deposits from hard water. Solution of one part vinegar to three parts water. Soak in solution then brush to loosen. Rise well with clean water.
Oil or grease marks. All finishes. Organic solvents (eg. acetone, alchol, methylated spirits, proprietary "safety solvents"). Baked-on grease can be softened beforehand with ammonia Clean after  with soap and water, rinse with clean water and dry. Follow polish lines
 

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