Sulfamic Acid ACS Grade *

Cleaning Agent For Boiler Water And Evaporation Systems


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About Sulfamic Acid ACS Grade

Sulfamic Acid, also known as Amidosulfonic Acid, Aminosulfonic Acid and Amidosulfuric Acid has the chemical formula H3NO3S. It appears as a white orthorhombic crystalline, odorless solid. It is soluble in Water and slightly soluble in Methanol and Acetone. It is the simplest of the Sulfamic Acids having a single Sulfur Atom bound by Oxygen, Hydroxy, and Amino groups. It is prepared from Urea and Fuming Sulfuric Acid.

As a cleaning agent, it is mainly utilized to clean: heat exchangers, boilers, condensers, descaling toilets, jackets and coils, mineral deposits, and dairy equipment such as milk evaporators and pipelines; to remove: excess of grout on tiles, protein deposits, hard water scale, beer and milk stone, cooper corrosion, and light rust. 

The ACS Grade is generally equivalent to the reagent grade and is acceptable for use in analytical applications and research laboratories. 

Common Uses and Applications

  • Cleaning Agent
  • Solvent
  • Production of sulfamates
  • Nitrating agent


Chemistry Table

Amidosulfonic acid, Aminosulfonic acid, Sulphamic acid, Amidosulfuric acid, Imidosulfonic acid, Sulfamidic acid, Sulfaminic acid, Sulphamidic acid, Aminosulfuric acid
ACS Grade
Sulfamic acid

Sulfamic Acid ACS Grade Specifications

Assay 99.3-100.3%
Insoluble Matter 0.01%
Residue after Ignition 0.01%
Chloride (Cl) 0.001%
Sulfate (SO4) 0.05%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 0.001%
Iron (Fe) 5 ppm

Safety and Shipping Information

DOT: Sulfamic acid, 8, UN2976, PG III

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