Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate

MAGNESIUM SULFATE HEPTAHDRATE - (EPSOM SALT)

Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate

Trade Name/ Synonym:

magnesium sulfate heptahydrate; epsom salt

Country of Origin:

Germany, Mexico, China

Links:
MGS7MPI50L40 - Germany MGS7MSM50L44 - China MGS7MTB50L44 - Mexico SDS Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate
Uses:

Fireproofing, textiles (warp-sizing and loading cotton goods, weighting silk, dyeing and calico printing), mineral waters, catalyst carrier, ceramics, fertilizer, paper (sizing), cosmetic lotions, dietary supplement, a source of magnesium in the growing of yeast, a source of magnesium in animal feeds, correcting magnesium deficiency in soils, a cathartic and as a constituent of laxative formulations, a process chemical in the manufacture of soap, in rayon spinning baths to aid viscose coagulation, for softening the colour in sole leather finishing processes and as a weighting agent, a process chemical in the production of magnesium oxy-chloride cement compositions and in certain magnesite bricks, tiles and refractories.

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Category
Feed, Fertilizer, Food, Industrial
Grades
Technical, USP/Food, Kosher
Granulation