Used to decrease the set-up time of concrete or mortar, calcium chloride is added.
A soluble white salt used to raise the calcium or total hardness level in the pool or spa water.
This is a form of calcium that may be added to reef tanks to maintain the calcium level. However, kalkwasser (calcium hydroxide) is preferred, as adding kalkwasser does not upset the alkalinity or ionic balance the way calcium chloride can.
a calcium compound that is used to raise the calcium hardness of the water. Typically, available in a granular form for use in pools and a liquid form for use in spas and hot tubs. Used to raise the calcium hardness level, of soft pool or spa water, into the 150-200 PPM range.
A soluble salt added to pool water to raise the calcium hardness level.
a deliquescent salt; used in de-icing and as a drying agent
Chemical used to raise the total hardness or calcium of water.
The flaked calcium salt used to raise levels of Calcium Hardness in your pool water. Also good for snow melting.
An industrial salt that is made from limestone using hydrochloric acid. It has a variety of uses such as in dust binding on roads, oil drilling and applications in the food-processing industry.
A soluble white salt used to raise the calcium hardness or total hardness level of pool water.
[CaCl2] A soluble salt, some uses of which are similar to those of sodium chloride.
A soluble white salt (CaCI2), used to raise the calcium hardness of pool water when required.
Calcium chloride is an ionic compound of calcium and chlorine. It is highly soluble in water and it is deliquescent. It is a salt that is solid at room temperature, and it behaves as a typical ionic halide.
This page provides supplementary chemical data on calcium chloride.