Calcium chloride solution is an important refrigerant in the refrigeration industry. During use, the concentration will decrease due to the absorption of moisture in the air, especially in open systems. In order to prevent the concentration of calcium chloride from decreasing, if the concentration decreases, it should be supplemented to maintain the proper concentration. Calcium chloride aqueous solution is corrosive to the equipment, so pay attention to it when using it.
It is usually slightly harmful to water bodies. Do not expose undiluted or large amounts of products to groundwater, waterways or sewage systems, and do not discharge materials into the surrounding environment without government permission.
Shipping and Packing：
It should be stored in a ventilated and dry warehouse. The packaging containers must be sealed to prevent moisture and be stacked separately from deliquescent materials. Pay attention to rain and exposure during transportation, and handle them gently during loading and unloading to prevent packaging damage.