Calcium Chloride

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Calcium chloride is made up of calcium and chlorine and belongs to the salt family of elements. It's hygroscopic flakes with no odour. Direct Chems provides high-quality Calcium Chloride flakes, which is commonly used in brine for refrigeration plants, ice and dust management in labs and industrial applications, as well as in everyday infrastructure projects.


Storage - Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area.

Download the MSDS HERE.

Download the Product Specification HERE

1 KG

Packaging - Resealable pouch with grip seal and tear notch

Pouch dimensions - 210mmx310mm

Pouch material - 15 mic BOPP/12 mic MET-PET/100 mic PE

1KG (New Packaging)

Packaging - Recyclable, resealable pouch with grip seal and tear notch

Pouch dimensions - 210mmx310mm

Pouch material - PE MDO 25mic/PE-EVOH100mic

5 KG

Packaging - Resealable pouch with grip seal and tear notch

Pouch dimensions - 300mmx500mm

Pouch material - 12 mic PET/100 mic PE + 12 mic PET/100 mic PE

25 KG

Packaging- Plastic bag

Bag dimensions- 340mmx 700mm


Soluble calcium sources, such as calcium chloride, supply calcium that is readily available to your plants, which is critical if your plant is exhibiting calcium shortage signs like premature bloom and bud shedding, weakening stems, or branch, stem, and other growth point dieback. For highly acidic soils: apply every year, for other types of soils every 2-3 years. Soil conditioning- 2 handfuls per sq m and fork in. For young plants- Add 1 handful (35g) per sq m into dug soil. Established plants- Sprinkle around plant and water in. 2 handfuls per sq m.

Disease Reduction

Spraying the plant with calcium chloride will increase the calcium content of fruit and reduce the problems associated with calcium deficiency. Bitter pit, an apple physiological problem, is frequently linked to inadequate calcium levels in the fruit. Calcium chloride is a protective treatment that would allow you to avoid having a bitter pit. Tomato blossom end rot and cabbage tip burns can also be treated with calcium chloride sprays. For better results, mix 30g Calcium Chloride powder with 4L of water. Make sure the spray covers the new growth completely.

Watch the tutorial HERE to learn how to apply it!

Ice Melt

Calcium chloride can be applied directly onto areas where there is snow and ice, melting it down up to 8 times faster than normal rock salt. It is effective down to around -25°C. To prevent ice from forming on paths and pavements, it can also be used as a pretreatment.

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