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Magnesium chloride

Magnesium chloride of Nedmag, , , is available as flakes and solution. In addition, the  is also available in pellets. Among other things, Nedmag’s magnesium chloride is used for the following applications:

It is also used in industrial processes such as the production of textile processing catalysts.

Liquid magnesium chloride

Nedmag’s magnesium chloride solution (32%) is available in two different qualities:

  •  and  are available in PQ Purified Quality. This quality is a transparent liquid for high-quality applications such as cleaning agents, textile and food.
  •  is also available in FQ Fine Quality. This quality is a colourless to pale yellow liquid that is used for water treatment, road gritting, dust prevention and various industrial applications.

Magnesium chloride Flakes

 or  flakes are small white flakes of magnesium chloride hexahydrate (MgCl2.6H2O), with a  MgCl2 content of 47%. Magnesium chloride flakes are often used in oxychloride cement, better known as sorel cement. These flakes are also used for gritting the roads. The hygroscopic properties of Nedmag’s magnesium chloride flakes mean the product is extremely suitable to combat dust on roads and building sites.

Magnesium chloride Pellets

 pellets are small white flakes/transparent pellets of magnesium chloride hexahydrate (MgCl2.6H2O), with a  MgCl2 content of 47%. The pellets have been developed in such a way that they can be distributed very easily during winter maintenance.

Nedmag’s magnesium chloride is exempt from registration and evaluation in accordance with Annex V of REACH (natural minerals that are not chemically modified). Nedmag's products do not fall under so-called substances of very high concern.

For more information, please contact our Customer Service on +31 598 651 455 or send an e-mail to

Note: Magnesium chloride for use on the skin, produced in accordance with the “Zechstein Inside®” batch protocol, is distributed by our partner, Zechstein Minerals BV. For more information, please visit the website of Zechstein Minerals BV:

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