CHPTAC is an abbreviation of 3-chloro-2-hydroxypropyltrimethyl ammonium chloride. Chemically CHPTAC is known as Liquid Cationic Etherification Agent with a molecular formula C6H15Cl2NO. CHPTAC has a molecular weight of 188.10. CHPTAC is widely used in paper industry, petroleum industry, water treatment industry, commodity chemical industry and others. CHPTAC is a colorless transparent fluid with a PH value between 3.0—5.0 and a density of 1.16 when stored at 20 °C. At room temperature, CHPTAC is a liquid cationic etherification agent. CHPTAC finds its applications in cationisation of starch, synthesis of carnitine sals, quaternisation of guar protein and cellulose.
Recycled Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) is a synthetic fiber made from PET/Polyester leftover and post used PET bottles. It is used in non-woven carpets, wadding, filtration industries, as a poly-fill for stuffing pillows, cushions, soft toys, and quilts.
Chlor-alkali Ion Exchange Membrane is used in electrolyzers at electrolysis plants in which brine is decomposed. It plays a key part in manufacturing caustic soda (sodium hydroxide)/caustic potash (potassium hydroxide), chlorine, and hydrogen-basic chemical products required in our daily lives. The chlor-alkali processes rely on an ion-exchange membrane to separate the sodium and chloride ions of the sodium chloride.
A membrane caustic soda plant with manufacturing capacity of 10 K MT demands 300 sq.m Chlor-alkali Ion Exchange Membrane. The replacement cycle of the membrane is usually 2.5-4 years.
Conditioning polymers help hair and skin look and feel better by improving the physical condition of these surfaces. Hair conditioners are intended primarily to make wet hair easier to detangle and comb and to make dry hair smoother, shinier, and more manageable. Skin conditioners primarily moisturize, while providing protection from the drying effects of the sun, wind, and contact with harsh detergents.
Pour point depressants are used to allow the use of petroleum based mineral oils at lower temperatures. The lowest temperature at which a fuel or oil will pour is called a pour point. Wax crystals, which form at lower temperatures, may interfere with lubrication of mechanical equipment. 
Capsaicin (8-methyl-N-vanillyl-6-nonenamide) comes from chili peppers (Capsicum spp.) and gives them their heat. Capsaicin has a lot to offer, and its analgesic properties are at the top of the list.
Calcium silicate board is made of siliceous materials (mainly composed of SiO2, such as quartz powder, coal ash, diatomite, etc.), calcium materials (mainly CaO, such as lime, calcium carbide mud, cement, etc.), reinforcied fibers, and other additives. According to a certain proportion of various compounds, use advanced producing technology of molding, pressure, high-temperature steaming and other special technical processing to made calcium silicate board.
Calcium silicate boards as a new green building material, in addition to a conventional functions like gypsum board, also has excellent advantages of fire performance, moisture resistance, and long service life. Calcium silicate boards are widely used in commercial, industrial and residential construction of the suspended ceiling and partition wall, home decoration, furniture liners, billboards lining, the ship's compartment plate, warehouse boards, and other indoor engineering siding.
Calcium chloride is an inorganic compound, a salt with the chemical formula CaCl2. It is a colorless crystalline solid at room temperature, highly soluble in water. The average intake of calcium chloride as food additives has been estimated to be 160–345 mg/day. Food grade calcium chloride is produced under strict supervision to ensure high levels of purity and consistency. Food grade calcium chloride is used in various applications within the food and beverage industries.
Polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) is a special plastic material from the fluoropolymer family, formed by the polymerization of vinylidene difluoride.
Brazing is a metal joining process utilizing a filler metal that melts above 840oF and below the melting point of the base metals.
The American Welding Society defines brazing as “a group of joining processes that produces coalescence of materials by heating them to the brazing temperature in the presence of a filler metal having a liquidus above 840°F (450°C) and below the solidus of the base metal. The filler metal is distributed between the closely fitted faying surfaces of the joint by capillary action.”
Brazing then must meet each of three criteria:
1. The parts must be joined without melting the base metals.
2. The filler metal must have a liquidus temperature above 840°F (450°C).
3. The filler metal must wet the base metal surfaces and be drawn into or held in the joint by capillary action.
Brazing Materials include powders, pastes, coated-rods, preformed, rings, wire and fluxes.The major filler metal contain silver brazing alloys, Copper brazing alloys, Aluminum brazing alloys, nickel brazing alloys.