Specific Classifications of Chemical Industry

1 Manufacturing of basic chemical raw materials

It include the manufacturing of inorganic acid, inorganic bases, caustic soda, sodium carbonate, inorganic salt, and other basic chemical raw materials.


2 Manufacturing of Fertilizer

2.1 Nitrogen Fertilizer

The manufacturing of mineral nitrogen fertilizers and chemical fertilizers containing nitrogen.

2.2 Phosphate Fertilizer

Phosphate ore is used as the main raw material for the manufacturing of phosphate fertilizer.

2.3 Potash Fertilizer

Natural potassium salt are enriched and refined to produce chemical fertilizers containing potassium, which is a nutrient element for crops.

2.4 Compound Fertilizer

Compound fertilizer refers to the fertilizer containing more than two kinds of nutrient elements (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). It includes general-purpose compound fertilizer and special-purpose compound fertilizer.

2.5 Organic fertilizer and microbial fertilizer

Organic fertilizer refers to the remnant of animals and plants after fermentation or decomposition. The main component of organic fertilizer is nitrogen substance.


3 Manufacturing of Pesticides

Pesticides include chemical pesticides, biochemical pesticides and microbial pesticides. Biochemical pesticides and microbial pesticides produced naturally by bacteria, fungi, viruses, and protozoa or genetically modified microorganisms that are extracted from plants to prevent diseases, insects, grasses, rats, and other pests.


4 Manufacturing of paints, inks and pigments

4.1 Paint

Adding pigments, solvents and auxiliary materials into the natural resin or synthetic resin, and then processing them to produce covering material.

4.2 Inks

Mixing the pigment, coupling material (vegetable oil, mineral oil, resin, solvent) and filler, and grinding them to the colored paste-like material. It can be used for the production of computer printing, copier ink, and the like.

4.3 Pigment

It is used for the production of inorganic pigments and similar materials for industries such as ceramics, enamels and glass, as well as for the production of artistic pigments such as oil paintings, gouache paintings, and advertisements.

4.4 Dyes

The production of organic synthtic dye, plant or animal pigments and organic pigments.

4.5 Sealants

The manufacture of fillers for architectural coatings, seals and paintwork.


5 Manufacturing of synthetic material

5.1 Primary plastic and synthetic resin

It also known as production of primary plastic or raw plastic. It including the manufacturing of general plastics, engineering plastics, functional polymer plastics.

5.2 Synthetic rubber

Production of artificial rubber, synthetic rubbers and macromolecule elastomers.

5.3 Synthetic fiber monomer(polymers)

Synthetic fiber monomers or polymers are produced by organic synthesis, which is used oil, natural gas, coal as the main raw materials.

5.4 Other synthetic materials

Production of special fibers such as ceramic fibers and their reinforced composites and manufacture of other special synthetic materials.


6 Manufacturing of special chemical products

6.1 Chemical reagents and auxiliaries

The production of various chemical reagents, catalysts and special auxiliaries.

6.2 Special chemical products

Special chemicals for water treatment, papermaking, leather manufacturing; oilfield chemicals, bioengineering chemicals, and daily chemical products.

6.3 Forest Chemical Product

Forest products are used as raw materials to produce chemical products through chemical and physical processing methods.

6.4 Chemical products for communication

Manufacturing of films, photographic, slide and projection photographic materials, wash kits, magnetic and optical recording materials.

6.5 Special pharmaceutical materials for pollution treatment

The manufacture of chemical agents and materials for the treatment of pollutants such as water pollution, air pollution, and solid waste pollution

6.6 Animal glue

Animal bones and skins are used as raw materials to produce plastic products with certain transparency, viscosity and purity.


7 Manufacturing of explosives and fireworks

It refers to the manufacturing of various explosives, detonators and similar pyrotechnic products for military and production, as well as the fireworks used for festivals and celebrations.


8 Manufacturing of daily chemical products

8.1 Soap and synthetic detergents

Soap and synthetic detergents can be used for cleaning, decontamination, infiltration, emulsification, dispersion, nursing, disinfection, sterilization for personal cleansing, fabric cleaning and industrial cleaning. It also includes the manufacture of intermediate surfactant products.

8.2 Cosmetics

Cosmetics refers to the daily chemical products used by the methods of smearing or spraying to any part of the body (skin, hair, nails, lips, etc.) for the purpose of cleaning, elimination of bad odors, skin care and facial makeup.

8.3 Spices and flavors

Using a variety of natural and synthetic flavors as the main raw material to produce complex mixture with a certain flavor by mixing with other ingredients in accordance with a reasonable formula.

8.4 Other household chemicals

The production of daily-use chemical products such as indoor aromatic or deodorant products, scrub creams, matches, candles and toiletries for animal use.


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