Hydrofluoric acid (anhydrous/diluted products)

Fluorine gas is used to produce the fluoropolymer-coated nonstick frying pans and leading-edge semiconductor devices. Drawing on the unique properties of fluorine, fluorine compounds find wide use in daily life.
Hydrofluoric acid is the product used as a precursor for these fluorine compounds.

Anhydrous products <poisons> (HF)

Grades 99.9% or more
Characteristics Clear, colorless liquid with a pungent odor
Packaging ISO tank containers (17 tons)
Truck load (9 tons)
Applications Used in various fluorine materials (freon gas, fluorine-based gases for semiconductor device cleaning, etc.)

Sample packaging form(used with the permission of Hino Motors, Ltd.)

Sample packaging form(used with the permission of NRS Corp.)

Diluted Products <Poisons> (HF)

Grades 55% product (55~60%), 80% product (80~85%)
Characteristics Clear, colorless liquid with a pungent odor
Packaging Truck load (6 tons,9 tons)
Applications Surface processing of stainless steel, Delustering of glass, Etching

Sample packaging form(used with the permission of UD Trucks Corp.)

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