Composition of gritting salt
The composition of gritting salt from a chemical perspective is the same as edible salt: sodium chloride. It can be extracted from underground mines or the sea. Gritting salt varies, in terms of composition, in relation to purity and grain size.
Sometimes, anti-caking agents are also added to the gritting salt to prevent the substance from clumping. E535 is most commonly used for this purpose.
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There are various types and qualities of de-icing agents on the market. We can help you choose.
De-icing: the efficient use of road salt and other deicing agents
What is the difference between gritting salt and other products and what is the best choice for tackling slippery surfaces?
When to use de-icing salt?
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Why every municipality should think about de-icing salt in the summer
It may already be too late. Luckily, solutions are out there to ensure that you don’t have problems with a shortage of gritting salt in the winter.
Will grass juice replace road salt?
ZOUTMAN opts for sustainable innovations and therefore chooses sea salt as its gritting agent.
The role of pricing in public contracts
Price, of course, is an important factor but we give you a few good reasons to throw a few other criteria into the mix.