Honeywell High Purity Chemicals
Chances are, you have encountered our high purity chemicals today
Whether it’s in your toothpaste, deodorant and even windows, our chemicals are helping our everyday products be safer, more hygienic, reliable, and durable. As a producer of high purity fine chemicals with over 200 years of expertise, our comprehensive product portfolio and flexible production processes can help you meet your volume and customization requirements.
Honeywell provides a comprehensive, quality range of high purity acids and bases, inorganic Halides, Fluoride derivatives, Phosphorous derivatives, Sulphur derivatives, Oxides and a wide selection of other inorganic compounds that meet the need of many diverse markets including: metal surface treatment, electroplating, oral care, personal care, healthcare, nutrition, sealants, adhesives, catalysts, and energy.
- Corrosion Protection: Specialty inorganic fluorides used to produce welding, soldering and fluxing agents and in metal surface pre-treatment and electroplating formulations.
- Brazing Flux Product Range & Grades: Our Aluminum brazing flux paste, paint, powder, and blends portfolio is constantly expanding to complement our existing range of high quality, consistent and reliable fluxes.
- Honeywell manufactures a wide range of products to serve the requirements of the personal care sector. Honeywell’s expertise is in the synthesis and manufacture of industrial scale high purity and ultra high purity inorganic chemicals.
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Acids & Bases
In industry, acids & bases are used in various reactions. Sulfuric acid, one of the most important industrial chemicals, is used to manufacture fertilizers for agriculture, to make man-made fibers, paints and dyes, and to purify petroleum products.
Honeywell`s inorganic derivatives meet the needs of many diverse markets, including: metal surface treatment, electroplating, personal care, nutrition, sealants, adhesives, catalysts, and energy.
Chemical compounds in which one or more atoms of carbon are covalently linked to atoms of other elements, most commonly hydrogen, oxygen, or nitrogen.