Chemical Blending Explained.
Chemical blending combines various chemicals, unlike chemical mixing the blend is permanent. You can blend liquids or solids, and the requirements of blending are to produce a new material with specific properties for a given application.
When combined, chemicals might react together with potentially dangerous consequences, a good understanding of chemicals is essential, along with all of the correct equipment!
Examples of chemicals that are often blended<\p>
- Paints, Pigments and Inks
- Automotive Coolants
- Soaps, Cosmetics and Personal Care Products
- Cleaning Chemicals
- Fuels and Fuel Additives
- Herbicides and Weedkillers
- Liquid and Powdered Detergents
Good Reasons to Blend Chemicals.
Blending creates new compounds and materials with the specific qualities and characteristics required for your application or your client’s application.
Controlled blending of different chemicals creates the exact material that you are looking for. If a material is not manufactured commercially, you can create it yourself through blending.
Blending is just the start, your new material is now ready for use, further processing or for packaging and resale to your clients. Blended chemicals can be packaged and shipped under your own labelling with your own technical data sheets and branding.
Blended chemicals can be packaged in 1 litre containers, or in any size, right up to bulk tankers, the choice is yours.
Types of Chemical Blending.
The type of blending depends on the materials, liquids, solids, powders all require special consideration. If the materials react when they are combined, will heat be produced?, do the materials need to be heated or cooled, is high sheer blending required or a gentle blending etc. there is quite a list.
Benefits Of Using A Chemical Blending Company.
Using a specialist blending company is a very cost effective way to achieve your blending objectives, without having to invest in staff and infrastructure to do the blending yourself. It is also a very flexible approach, start with a small trial or test batch and if things go well; grow the operation, using the assets of the chemical blending service provider.
We haven’t even mentioned the expertise at this stage. A professional and reputable company will have a wealth of experience for you to benefit from, all included in the package, so you do not need to hire a chemist or specialist full time, when you may only need them very infrequently.
Quality Control and Testing.
A good chemical blender will have in house laboratory and testing capabilities so they can help you with quality control, product development, fine tuning and improvements. Check for ISO Accreditation.
RSBruce Chemical Blending.
We welcome enquiries of any size. We have a wide range of liquid blending plant, on site laboratory and a flexible approach.