Compass Minerals - FreezGard Liquid Magnesium Chloride - BULK
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Compass Minerals - FreezGard Liquid Magnesium Chloride - BULK


SKU: MAG-CHL-B

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Qty:
  • Tanker Delivery Only. Please call for freight quote 800-785-3301.
  • Must order in QTY of 4200
  • Prevents snow and ice from bonding to the pavement
  • A safe solution for concrete and equipment, minimizes spalling and scaling
  • Reduces the need for sand and gravel and their associated spring cleanup
  • Flexibility with uses in anti-icing, pre-wetting and salt/sand pile treatment
  • Liquid product only - delivery truck not included

FREEZGARD ZERO

30% Magnesium Chloride

Achieves unsurpassed low-temperature performance and melting capacity. Prevents snow and ice from bonding to the pavement.

Produced naturally from the Great Salt Lake, FreezGard Zero® is specially effective for deicing and anti-icing. It remains active (liquid) at cold temperatures while minimizing precipitates down to zero degrees Fahrenheit. FreezGard Zero is a tan to light amber liquid.

Features

  • An environmentally friendly solution made from 100% natural minerals from the Great Salt Lake
  • Prevents snow and ice from bonding to the pavement
  • A safe solution for concrete and equipment, minimizes spalling and scaling
  • Reduces the need for sand and gravel and their associated spring cleanup
  • Flexibility with uses in anti-icing, pre-wetting and salt/sand pile treatment

Physical Properties
Specific Gravity: 1.29 +/- 0.03
Weight: 10.5 - 11.2 lbs./gallon

Analysis

Typical Analysis Typical Range
Magnesium Chloride MgCl2 (%) 30.3 26 – 34
Sulfate SO4 (%) 0.9 0.1 – 1.7
Water H2O (%) 66.8 65 - 70

 

Application and Storage
This liquid MgCl2 product in storage should be agitated regularly to minimize precipitation of undesirable solids/crystals. Application equipment should be washed daily with water. Storage equipment should be rinsed with water to prevent buildup of solids. Aluminum storage tanks or hauling equipment should not be grounded. Over application of MgCl2 may result in unusually slippery road surfaces and should be avoided.