Dead Sea Works Ltd. (DSW) is now operating the world's largest production plant of Magnesium Chloride. DSW's product is harvested from the unique waters of the Dead Sea. Each litre of Dead Sea water contains 170 gms of Magnesium Chloride. DSW uses vast solar energy pans to evaporate these brines to 33% concentration. Magnesium Chloride is obtained through further dehydration by heat and flaking/pelletising processes. At about 47% concentration, our material is white, is consistently of good, stable quality. In addition, our company offers world wide logistical services to support delivery. We also maintain stock of our product in Europe and U.S.A.
- Abrasive Industry
- Sorel cement for Industrial floorings
- Catalyst in textile finishing processes
- Treatment of sewage and industrial effluents
- Fertiliser mixtures
- Animal feed compositions
- Oil Drilling
- Artificial Sea Water
- Ice and Dust Control
Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate Flakes
||46.5 % min|
||2.2 % max|
||0.8 % max|
||0.5 % max|
|Water of Crystallisation
||Up to 100 %
|pH of Aqueous Solution
- 25 kg, 50 kg, and 1000 kg bags.
- Minimum quantity per order is a full container load of about 20 Metric Tones.
Storage and Handling:
When removing Dead Sea Magnesium Chloride from its packing, the product at first appears dry. Due to its hygroscopic nature, it readily takes on atmospheric moisture and softens rapidly. The bagged material should be kept closed in a dry atmosphere. When stored under suitable conditions, Dead Sea Magnesium Chloride will keep for years.