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We are in the development of special type of degreaser which must have satisfactory degreasing properties as well as have rust inhibition properties after degreasing. This type of chemicals will be suitable for steel plant where cold rolled steel sheets are kept for at least a week or more. The degreasing chemical is highly alkaline in nature, powdered in form and used in continuous electrolytic, spray or dip type of cleaning process. Can anybody help me to select suitable material which we can incorporate in our alkaline degreasing formulations?



First you take out solution of potassium nitrate in one vessel meanwhile you prepare a solution of (take chromic acid and neutral it by dil base when the PH neutrals add solution of 1 in to 2 then deep your items or products in it it protects rusting up to 90%.

Dinesh Manvar
dept. of Chemistry - Gujarat, India

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