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A microstructural analysis revealed numerous pores arranged in a noncompacted matrix, which could be explained by the lowest emulsion stability reported for samples with 50% calcium chloride and 50% sodium chloride.
Nuberg Engineering has won a $50mn contract from Al Ghaith to build the first calcium chloride plant in the UAE.
India-based Nuberg Engineering has won a contract from Al Ghaith, a major diversified business house in the UAE, to set up a calcium chloride project in the country.
CariSal will be the second largest dry calcium chloride plant in the Western Hemisphere and the largest caustic soda plant in the West Indies.
TETRA's primary raw material to produce calcium chloride is hydrochloric acid (HCl), which is a coproduct of other chemical processes.
the leading supplier of calcium chloride, said Friday its increase of calcium chloride up to $100 per dry short ton due to the current economic environment.
Tetra's new operation will be a calcium chloride processing facility.
Under the agreements, which are each 20 years or more in length, Tetra will acquire its bromine requirements from Chemtura; Tetra will make a significant investment in the construction of a processing facility on property adjacent to Chemtura's El Dorado, AR, facility for the extraction of calcium chloride and other salts from tall brines purchased from Chemtura; Tetra will make an investment in Chemtura's bromine operations; Tetra will sell sodium chloride and magnesium hydroxide extracted from the tail brine to Chemtura for use as a feedstock for chlorine production and as a flame retardant and/or neutralization agent, respectively; and Chemtura will have the right to participate in future development or purchase of Tetra's brine leases, should Tetra elect to joint develop or divest.