During the winter season calcium chloride is used as a flux for ice and snow. Thanks to its anti-freeze properties, it is able to melt ice much more quickly without fearing temperatures down to -30 ° C (unlike sodium chloride, which loses its effectiveness below 8 ° C).
During the summer months, on the other hand, calcium chloride is used as an anti-dust on unpaved roads: sprinkled on the road surface both in liquid and solid form, it impregnates the ground blocking the rise of dust.
For the production of plastic materials and fluorescent powders
Especially in the dairy sector, in the canning sector, and in the production of distillates
As a valuable ally in drilling and drilling as well as in hydrocarbon drying
Used in concrete mixing, overbuilding and masonry in muddy environments