The compound calcium chloride, chemical formula CaCl2 has long been a staple and the backbone of premium high performance deicers. Use our dry calcium chloride for snow and ice removal, anti-icing applications in advance of snow events to prevent ice and snow from freezing to the surface, and as catalyst with road salt for the removal of ” hard-pack”.
Meltsnow.com offers all forms of dry calcium chloride, including calcium chloride in 25 lb. and 50 lb. bags, calcium chloride in bulk, and calcium chloride in super sacks, also called FIBCs – flexible intermediate bulk containers. The available packages of our calcium chloride flakes are; 25 lb. plastic bags, 50 pound plastic bags, and 2,000 pound FIBCs or super sacks. We deliver by box trailer, flatbed, rail, or ocean vessel. Calcium chloride is available in flake, pellet, powder, granular, prills, and nugget forms. We now stock only US manufactured calcium chloride products from OXY which are better than or equal to most calcium chloride brands such as:
Our OXY calcium chloride dry products are available as 85% CaCl2 flake and 88-90% CaCl2 pellets. We also offer a full range of liquid calcium chloride products too.
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Granular – CaCl2 in granular form is used extensively in the pool industry as it boosts calcium hardness to prevent corrosion damage to shot and poured concrete pool surfaces. Its granular formula dissolves quickly when added directly to pool water. Granular anhydrous calcium chloride is also used as a desiccant; a drying agent and dehydrating agent. Granular calcium chloride in high-purity, food-grade form is used in many food industries, such as pickle packing and cheese manufacturing.
Prills – Calcium chloride in prill form is also referred to as mini-pellets and it is typically used as an additive for the food and beverage industry. They are small balls that flow easily. They’re also available as a food-grade calcium chloride.
Use our dry calcium chloride for dust control and fugitive dust suppression. Meltsnow.com stocks all forms of dry calcium chloride used in dust abatement . Available package types of our calcium chloride flakes, pellets and granules are; 25 lb. plastic bags, 50 pound plastic bags, and 2,000 pound FIBCs or super sacks. We deliver by box trailer, flatbed, rail, or ocean vessel. Typically calcium chloride flakes are used for dust control because they are the least expensive form of dry calcium chloride when calculated on an active horsepower basis; CaCl2, however you can use any form of our calcium chloride to get the job done. You can download our brochure for how to use our calcium chloride products for dust control for more information.
Advantages of Using Calcium Chloride Flakes and Pellets for Dust Suppression
Calcium chloride is the first choice for road dust control products. Why? The reasons are many:
Dry CaCl2 in flake and pellet form will work well in most existing equipment that is set up to spread sand and salt products in the winter. New England Townships have used calcium chloride to manage unpaved surfaces, including dirt roads and parking areas, for years. This cost effective process reduces the amount of labor required to maintain unpaved surfaces that typically require grading and rolling several times of year when calcium is not applied. Our most popular calcium chloride dry products for dust management are our calcium chloride flakes in super sacks and 50 pound bags, and our calcium chloride pellets.
Whether building new roads or rehabilitating existing roads, simply spreading calcium chloride on the surface, or using it in full-depth reclamation technique, calcium chloride is the dust control material of choice.
All of our dry calcium chloride products are packaged in 50-pound bags, 2,205-pound super sacks, and in bulk. We ship by the truckload ( using standard box van and flatbed trailers), by rail car, by ocean vessel, and by the container direct from the port. Consult with one of our technical representatives about how to find the product that works best for your environment and conditions and how we can most cost effectively get it to you.