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Commodity chemicals

Commodity chemicals (or bulk commodities or bulk chemicals) are a group of chemicals that are made on a very large scale to satisfy global markets. The average prices of commodity chemicals are regularly published in the chemical trade magazines and web sites such as Chemical Week and ICIS. There have been several studies of the scale and complexity of this market for example in the USA.

A commodity chemical that has become completely interchangeable is known as a “fungible” material. This means there is absolutely no difference between one manufacturer’s product and another. This is the biggest difference between specialty chemicals vs commodity chemicals, as the commodity chemical is entirely standardized, and you know exactly what you will get from it. An example of a fungible chemical is natural gas.

 

Commodity chemicals are a sub-sector of the chemical industry (other sub sectors are fine chemicals,specialtychemicalsinorganic chemicalspetro chemicalspharmaceuticalsrenewable energy (e.g. biofuels) and materials (e.g. biopolymers)) Commodity chemicals are differentiated primarily by the bulk of their manufacture.

What Is the Difference?

First, let’s clear up what commodity and specialty chemicals are. Commodity chemicals are, as the name suggests, common chemicals that can be produced in bulk quantities by a large number of chemical manufacturers. The production quality of these chemicals varies little, being developed in a very standardized form with exact compositional matches.

Specialty chemicals, on the other hand, are more exclusive when it comes to the manufacturers able to produce them. These chemicals are geared toward specific services and customer needs, rather than general use. Specialty chemicals are often restricted to specific manufacturers because of patents, but as those patents expire and market demand grows, specialty chemicals can become commodity chemicals over time.

Sectors

Commodity chemicals are produced to supply diverse but usually well-defined industrial needs. Some major sectors and their components are:

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OBJECTIVES OF

CUSTOMERS

WARRANTY AND

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– Remove sludge

– Improve combustion

– Bio-fouling

– Contamination and clogs

– Not satisfactiry monitoring of processes

– Significant reduction in heat transfer

– Scaling

– Premature failure of equipment

– Reducing the capacity of fuel product systems (production  systems)

– Overload of units, equipment and high energy and/or fuel consumption.

– Reduced equity and operating costs

– Increasing efficiency of the equipment

– The use of more effective programs and technologies

– Protection of equipment from various types of deposits and corrosion

– Increasing the quality of produced water

– Products warranty up to 1 year

– Field support

– 24/7 Online Support.

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Fuel Additives

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metallic ore mining

– Coagulation and Flocculation

process management

– Dust control for safe work

Filtration aids

Grinding aids

Monitoring and control systems

Non-sulfide flotation reagents

Rheology modifiers

Scale inhibitors

Specialty dewatering aids

Viscosity modifiers

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coal mining

– Coagulation and Flocculation

process management

– Dust control for safe work

Filtration aids

Grinding aids

Monitoring and control systems

Non-sulfide flotation reagents

Rheology modifiers

Scale inhibitors

Specialty dewatering aids

Viscosity modifiers

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PHOSPHATE & minerals

– Coagulation and Flocculation

process management

– Dust control for safe work

Filtration aids

Grinding aids

Monitoring and control systems

Non-sulfide flotation reagents

Rheology modifiers

Scale inhibitors

Specialty dewatering aids

Viscosity modifiers

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water resources management

– RO System and raw water

pretreatment 

– Corrosion control

– Scaling and contamination 

– Bacteria and Bio-control

– Biofouling