Formic Acid Supplier - Chemtradeasia

Tradeasia International as a globally connected supply chain partner provides Formic Acid for your market and industry solution. Get the product in different grades, quantities, and packaging.

Tradeasia International Pte. Ltd. always had a strong bond with industrial basic chemicals and its trading. We have a strong network within the Asia Pacific, European Union, and the Middle East. Our customers are provided with not only quality products such as formic acid but also extended supply management services. We also provide other qualified products of chemicals and raw materials. Enquire now to get an interesting offer from us.

Formic acid is reported as the simplest carboxylic acid derivative ever. In fact, formic acid was first found by isolating a compound from a certain ant. For daily uses, formic acid is indeed obtained from the industrial process by chemical reaction, not from the isolation of ant. Having E number of E236 from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), formic acid is categorized as a preservative in food additives. Market demand for formic acid has shown that formic acid is not only used in the food industry but also in other industries such as animal feed, textile, and leather industry which uses formic acid as a feed additive, leather tanning, and textile dyeing, respectively. Tradeasia International as a global supplier of formic acid provides you with quality formic acid suitable for your market solution. Get detailed information on formic acid including specifications, manufacturing process, applications, and technical data sheets below.

formic acid supplier - tradeasia

Formic acid is soluble in water and is miscible in most polar organic solvents, but they are sparsely soluble in hydrocarbons. When it is in the gas phase, they form dimers which in turn result in deviations from ideal gas law. Formic acids do not form acyl chlorides or acid anhydrides under normal conditions. It has the unique ability to react with alkenes besides reactions, where they form esters. In the presence of sulphuric or hydrofluoric acid, they do not form esters, rather, form a larger carboxylic acid.