Brominated Performance Products
Great Lakes Solutions bromine-based chemical intermediates serve as building blocks for engineering highly complex organic molecules that meet specific performance, environmental and quality requirements.
Our bromines are used in rubber, soaps, medications, flavors and fragrances. Our bromine compounds are used to protect furniture and electronics from fire, to enable industrial water systems to operate more efficiently and to help improve crop yields.
- Anhydrous Hydrogen Bromide
Anhydrous Hydrogen Bromide is used by the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in the manufacture of organic and inorganic bromides and as a reducing agent and catalyst in controlled oxidations.
The major uses of bromine are in the manufacture of a wide variety of derivatives employed as fumigants, sanitizers, flame retardant agents, dyes, medicinals, and gasoline anti-knock compounds and mining chemicals (gold).
- Calcium Bromide Dry
Calcium Bromide Dry is a dehydrating agent used in photography, food preservation, road treatment, freezing mixtures.
- Calcium Bromide Liquid
Calcium Bromide Liquid is used in a variety of applications such as cement formulations.
- Cetyl Bromide
Cetyl Bromide is recommended as an intermediate for the preparation of surface active agents, biocides, specialty intermediates and topical antiseptics.
- Cetyl Bromide High Purity
Cetyl Bromide High Purity is recommended as an intermediate for the preparation of surface active agents, biocides, specialty intermediates and topical antiseptics.
Dibromomethane is used in chemical intermediates, agrochemicals, biocides.
- Ethyl Bromide
Ethyl Bromide is used as an organic synthesis, refrigerant, solvent, fumigant, medicine (anesthetic).
- Ethylene Dibromide
Ethylene Dibromide is used as a scavenger for lead in gasoline, general solvent, an organic synthesis and fumigant.
- Hydrobromic Acid, 48% Pure
Hydrobromic acid is used in the manufacturing of numerous intermediates for medicinals, dyes, perfumes, photographic chemicals, and other fine organic and inorganic chemicals.