Zinc Dust is a pure bluish gray metal powder, odorless, and insoluble in water. Zinc dust or powder is formed when purified zinc vapor is condensed. Zinc dust is used to produce paints and anticorrosive coatings when applied to structures or surfaces susceptible to harsh environmental conditions.
Zinc Dust is a major reducing agent in the production of nitrobenzene, as well as a medium in the manufacturing process of other chemicals.
Zinc Dust is a high performance anticorrosive agent that prevents rust and corrosion on steel surfaces.
Zinc Dust can be utilized to recover metals for further processing and to purify solutions containing metals.
Zinc Dust is a catalyst in petrochemical production as well as an active ingredient in yarn which is an anti-seize compound.
Zinc Dust has a function to control the physical density of finished products, such as rubber tires, to meet the desired standard.
Zinc Dust acts as the catalyst due to its ability to improve the properties and performance of textile substrates and color bleaching.
Provides chemical potential energy in electronic products such as Batteries by pumping electric charge between the negative and positive terminals.