One of several
sells fluoride to municipalities. Read about LCI's recommended
uses of fluoride. Here are some excerpts from their web page.
1983, LCI LTD started as a supplier of fluorides to municipalities
for fluoridation of their potable water systems.
LCI purchased a Hydrofluoric Acid plant, Norfluor, S.A. de C.V.
in Juarez, México. Today, LCI offers a wide range of specialty
fluorides for water fluoridation and industrial applications.
It is a 20 to 35 percent aqueous solution. It is a colorless
to straw yellow , transparent, fuming, corrosive liquid. It has
a pungent odor and irritating action on the skin.
acid (Hydrofluorosilicic acid) is manufactured by two different
processes, resulting in products with different characteristics.
largest production of the acid is as a byproduct of phosphate
A smaller amount is produced from HF and silica resulting in
a purer product at slightly higher strength. [Editor: this is
an EXACT quote from their web page, as of September 15, 1999]
of animal hides
and Glass: Glass etching
Laundry: As a neutralizer for alkalis
- Oil well
- Rust and
Stain removal for textiles
- Wood preservative
Fluoride is made by neutralizing Hydrofluorosilicic acid with
caustic soda (NaOH).
Laundry. Laundry souring agent
of vitreous enamels
of coated papersWood preserative
material (if any) property of LCI