Chemical name: Sodium formate Physical and chemical properties: Sodium formate is a white crystalline powder with a slight smell of formic acid. It is easy to absorb moisture and become lumpy. It is soluble in water and glycerin, slightly soluble in ethanol, and insoluble in ether. The density of anhydrous sodium formate is 1.919kg/l (20℃) , The melting point is 253°C. It is reductive, can react with strong oxidants and is easy to deliquesce. Uses: Sodium formate is used to produce formic acid, oxalic acid, formamide and sodium hydroxide, camouflage acid in leather industry, chrome tanning method, catalyst and stabilizer synthetic agent, reducing agent in printing and dyeing industry, and also used to prepare reducing agent and disinfection It can also be used as a road anti-skid agent, cement antifreeze, airport runway deicing agent, as well as completion fluid and drilling fluid. Storage and transportation: Sodium formate should be stored in a cool, dry and well-ventilated warehouse. It should not be stored and transported with sulfuric acid or oxidants; it should be covered during transportation to prevent rain and moisture. It should be handled with care during shipment to prevent packaging damage Damp. If there is moisture-absorbing and agglomerated sodium formate, it will not change the properties of the product, and it can be used normally after crushing. Packaging: Sodium formate is packed in plastic woven bags lined with polyethylene plastic bags or composite plastic woven bags. The net weight of each bag is 25 kg±0.2kg, 50 kg±0.3kg. Product quality: Sodium formate products comply with "Sodium Formate" Q/0601 YJJ001 corporate standards.