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ArroChem’s Calcium Chloride 30% Solution is a diluted liquid solution of calcium chloride. It is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula CaCl2. The solution exhibits hygroscopic properties, making it effective for various industrial and commercial applications, including as a desiccant, de-icing agent, and in water treatment processes.

General Characteristics:


Solubility in Water, 25°C:

pH, 1% Solution:

Specific Gravity:             

Clear, colorless liquid

Completely soluble

~4.5 to 5.5

~1.33 g/cm³ at 20°C (68°F)


Calcium Chloride 30% Solution finds diverse applications across different industries:

  • Desiccant: Used to absorb moisture and control humidity in various industrial processes and storage applications.
  • De-icing Agent: Utilized for snow and ice control on roads, highways, sidewalks, and airport runways during winter weather conditions.
  • Dust Control: Applied on unpaved roads and construction sites to reduce airborne particles.
  • Brine Solution: Serves as a brine solution for refrigeration and freezing applications, as well as in cooling and heat transfer systems.
  • Water Treatment: Used to adjust water hardness and pH levels.
  • Concrete Accelerator: Employed to speed up the curing process of concrete.



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