Ammonium Chloride

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Not to be confused with other more hazardous types of Ammonia, Ammonium Chloride is a relatively benign salt. Derived from minerals and a low hazard for health. Suitable for greywater and septic tanks.

We use Ammonium Chloride as a thickener. Without it our formulations would be too thin making it far too easy to use too much and end up with wasted product. Ammonium Chloride is a naturally occurring salt (similar to ordinary table salt or Sodium Chloride) commonly found in volcanic areas. Commercially, Ammonium Chloride is a by-product of something called the 'Solvay' process which produces Soda Ash. The material we use might not be dug out of a volcano but it might as well be as it is nature identical. Other names for Ammonium Chloride include Sal Ammoniac, Salmiac, Nushadir Salt, Sal Armagnac, Sal Armoniac and Salt Armoniack.

INCI Name Ammonium Chloride
Ingredient Origins Hydrochloric acid, Ammonia
Role Viscosity Modifying Agent, Not defined
Common Name Sal Ammoniac
EWG Rating 1 - 2
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