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We are engaged in manufacturing and supplying a comprehensive range of Explosives Chemicals, which is widely demanded by several industries and sectors. 1,1'-Azobis-1,2,3-triazole, 1,2,4-Butanetriol Trinitrate, 1,3,5-Triazido-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene and 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene, under this range. All our products are developed using high-grade ingredients and other raw material, obtained from the trusted vendors of the market. In addition to this, we have the capability to provide customized packaging to customers as per their demands and requirements.

Item Code: 26234930

Leveraging on our years of experience, we are able to offer our customers with 1,1'-Azobis-1,2,3-triazole. These chemicals are available in various packaging sizes at industry leading prices to fulfill the demands of customers. Conform to international quality norms & standards, all our chemicals are widely demanded by customers for their longer shelf life, precise pH value and non-toxicity. In addition to this, for assuring zero impurity, we also check these chemicals on various parameters.

Item Code: 6659-60-5

We have with us 1,2,4-Butanetriol Trinitrate that are formulated using superior raw material and other ingredients, obtained from the trusted vendors of the market. All our chemicals are widely appreciated by the clients for their longer shelf life, accurate composition, precise pH value and non-toxicity. Apart from this, we stringently check and test the entire range on various parameters to ensure zero impurity.

Item Code: 29306-57-8

Our clients can avail from us 1,3,5-Triazido-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene that is widely demanded by number of industries and sectors. All these chemicals are available in different size of packs at most competitive prices to meet the demands of customers. In addition to this, our team of expert quality controllers thoroughly checks and tests the entire range of various parameters to assure flawlessness.

Item Code: 99-35-4

We are engaged in offering our clients with 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene that are widely acclaimed for their precise pH value, accurate composition and longer shelf life. All our chemicals are formulated using premium ingredients, obtained from the reliable vendors of the market. We also check all the chemicals on various parameters to ensure zero impurity. Apart from this, we pack all chemicals using premium packaging material to assure safety during transportation.

Item Code: 489-98-5

2,4,6-Trinitroaniline, C6H4N4O6, abbreviated as TNA and also known as picramide, a nitrated amine. Materials in this group range from slight to strong oxidizing agents.

Item Code: 2508-19-2

Its primary usage is primarily to neutralize peptide terminal amino groups in scientific research. Occasionally it is used as a detonator for certain other explosive compounds.
It is noteworthy for having more nitro groups than it does carbon atoms, so could be used as an oxygen source, or added to oxygen-poor explosives to increase their power.

Item Code: 121-14-2

Most DNT is used in the production of toluene diisocyanate, which is used to produce flexible polyurethane foams.
4,4’-Dinitro-3,3’-diazenofuroxan (DDF) is a powerful experimental high explosive with performance comparable to that of other high-density high-explosives such as octanitrocubane. It is synthesized by oxidative coupling of 4-amino-3-(azidocarbonyl)furoxan
4-Dimethylaminophenylpentazole, is an unstable, explosive compound that contains the rare pentazole ring, which is composed of five nitrogen atoms. The electron donating effect of the 4-dimethylamino substituent on the phenyl ring makes this compound one of the more stable of the phenylpentazoles.
Acetone peroxide (triacetone triperoxide, peroxyacetone, TATP, TCAP) is an organic peroxide and a primary high explosive. It takes the form of a white crystalline powder with a distinctive bleach-like do.
Ammonium azide is ionic. It is scarcely soluble in water. Ammonium azide contains about 93% nitrogen as ammonium cation and azide anion.

Item Code: 10192-29-7

It is obtained by neutralizing chloric acid with either ammonia or ammonium carbonate, or by precipitating barium, strontium or calcium chlorates with ammonium carbonate or ammonium sulfate.

Item Code: 140456-78-6

It makes an excellent solid rocket oxidizer with a slightly higher specific impulse than ammonium perchlorate and more importantly, does not leave hydrogen chloride fumes.

Item Code: 6484-52-2

Ammonium nitrate is an important fertilizer with the NPK designation 34-0-0 (34% nitrogen).
Ammonium permanganate is the chemical compound NH4MnO4, or NH3·HMnO4. It is soluble in water.

Item Code: 18810-58-7

Barium azide Ba(N3)2 is an inorganic azide, is explosive, but less sensitive to mechanical shock than lead azide.
The vast majority of explosives are chemical explosives. Explosives usually have less potential energy than fuels, but their high rate of energy release produces a great blast pressure.
Chlorine azide is prepared by passing chlorine gas over silver azide or by an addition of acetic acid to a solution of sodium hypochlorite and sodium azide.
Copper acetylide can be prepared by passing acetylene gas through copper(I) chloride solution in presence of ammonia.

Item Code: 14215-30-6

Copper(II) azide is a medium density explosive with the molecular formula Cu(N3)2.

Item Code: 110-22-5

Strongly reduced material such as sulfides, nitrides, and hydrides may react explosively with peroxides.
Diazodinitrophenol (DDNP) is a yellowish brown powder. It is soluble in acetic acid, acetone, concentrated hydrochloric acid, and most non-polar solvents but is insoluble in water.

Item Code: 693-21-0

Diethylene glycol dinitrate is a nitrated alcohol ester produced by the action of concentrated nitric acid, normally admixed with an excess of strong sulfuric acid as a dehydrating agent, upon diethylene glycol.

Item Code: 7297-25-8

Diethylene glycol dinitrate is a nitrated alcohol ester produced by the action of concentrated nitric acid, normally admixed with an excess of strong sulfuric acid as a dehydrating agent, upon diethylene glycol.

Ethyl azide C2H5N3 is an explosive compound sensitive to rapid heating, shock or impact. It has exploded when heated to room temperature.[1][2] When heated to decomposition it emits toxic fumes of NOx.

Item Code: 99393-62-1

As with octanitrocubane, not enough heptanitrocubane has been synthesized to perform detailed tests on its stability and energy.
While still quite sensitive to shock and friction, it was relatively stable compared to other initiating explosives of the time, such as mercury fulminate, and proved to be relatively inexpensive and easy to synthesise.
HNB has the undesirable property of being moderately sensitive to light and therefore hard to utilize safely. It is not currently used in any production explosives applications, though it is used as a precursor chemical in one method of production of TATB, another explosive.

Item Code: 131-73-7

Dinitrodiphenylamine, is obtained from the reaction of aniline, dinitrochlorobenzene, and soda ash.

Item Code: 918-37-6

Hexanitroethane is used in some pyrotechnic compositions as a nitrogen-rich oxidizer, e.g. in some decoy flare compositions and some propellants.

Item Code: 135285-90-4

It has a better oxidizer-to-fuel ratio than conventional HMX or RDX. It produces 20% more energy than traditional HMX-based propellants, and is widely superior to conventional high-energy propellants and explosives.

Item Code: 20062-22-0

It is commercially produced by oxidizing trinitrotoluene (TNT) with a solution of sodium hypochlorite.
Lead azide is an inorganic compound. More so than other azides, Pb(N3)2 is explosive. It is used in detonators to initiate secondary explosives. In a commercially usable form, it is a white to buff powder.
There are two forms of lead styphnate: six-sided monohydrate crystals and small rectangular crystals.

Item Code: 12057-92-0

This volatile liquid is highly reactive and more often discussed than intentionally prepared. It is a dangerous oxidizer and was first described in 1860.
Methyl azide might be a potential precursor in the synthesis of prebiotic molecules via nonequilibrium reactions on interstellar ices initiated by energetic galactic cosmic rays (GCR) and photons.

Item Code: 598-58-3

Methyl nitrate is toxic and a sensitive explosive. It causes headaches when fumes are inhaled. It can be produced by the condensation of nitric acid and methanol.

Item Code: 22113-87-7

Methylammonium nitrate was first used as an explosive ingredient by the Germans during World War II.
Mononitrotoluene, is a group of 3 organic compounds, a nitro derivative of toluene (or alternatively a methyl derivative of nitrobenzene). Its chemical formula is C6H4(CH3)(NO2).
Nitrocellulose (also: cellulose nitrate, flash paper, flash cotton, flash string) is a highly flammable compound formed by nitrating cellulose through exposure to nitric acid or another powerful nitrating agent.
Nitrogen triiodide is the inorganic compound with the formula NI3. It is an extremely sensitive contact explosive: small quantities explode with a gunpowder-like snap when touched even lightly.

Item Code: 556-88-7

It is not flammable and is an extremely low sensitivity explosive; however, its detonation velocity is high.

Item Code: 75-52-5

It is the simplest organic nitro compound. It is a slightly viscous, highly polar liquid commonly used as a solvent in a variety of industrial applications such as in extractions, as a reaction medium, and as a cleaning solvent.
Nitrostarch is a secondary explosive similar to nitrocellulose made by the nitration of starch by a mixture of sulfuric acid and nitric acid.

Item Code: 556-89-8

Nitrourea, also known as N-nitrourea, 1-nitrourea, and N-nitrocarbamide, is a highly explosive compound.
Octaazacubane is a hypothetical allotrope of nitrogen, whose molecules have eight atoms arranged into a cube.

Item Code: 99393-63-2

It is however not as powerful as once thought, as the high density theoretical crystal structure has not been achieved. For this reason heptanitrocubane.
It is used in the manufacture of dyes, pigments, inks, medicines, and explosives such as lead styphna.
Pentazole is an aromatic chemical molecule consisting of a five-membered ring with all nitrogen atoms, one of which is bonded to a hydrogen atom.

Item Code: 88-89-1

Picric acid is the chemical compound formally called 2,4,6-trinitrophenol (TNP). This yellow crystalline solid is one of the most acidic phenols.

Item Code: 88-88-0

Picryl chloride is known to have formed crystals such as that of the picryl chloride and hexamethylbenzene in a 1:1 ratio, forming orthorhombic, organge-yellow crystals.
It is a thermoplastic substance with softening zone between 30-45 °C, depending on the molecular weight of the starting polyvinyl alcohol.

Item Code: 573-83-1

It is somewhat shock-sensitive. In contact with flame it deflagrates with a loud sound. If ignited in confined space, it will detonate. It is more sensitive than picric acid.

Item Code: 6423-43-4

The principal current use of propylene glycol dinitrate is as a propellant in Otto Fuel II, together with 2-nitrodiphenylamine and dibutyl sebacate
The less specific alternative "silver carbide" is not used, although the analogous calcium compound CaC2 is called calcium carbide.
Silver azide is the chemical compound with the formula AgN3. This colorless solid is a well-known explosive.

Item Code: 20737-02-4

It is a black, metallic-looking  solid which is formed when silver oxide or silver nitrate.
This colourless salt is the gas-forming component in many car airbag systems. It is used for the preparation of other azide compounds. It is an ionic substance and is highly soluble in water. It is highly toxic.

Item Code: 82-71-3

It is used in the manufacture of dyes, pigments, inks, medicines, and explosives such as lead styphna.
Tetraazidomethane is a colorless, highly explosive liquid. Its chemical structure consists of a carbon atom substituted with four azide functional groups.

Item Code: 509-14-8

Tetranitromethane or TNM is an organic oxidizer with chemical formula C(NO2)4. Its chemical structure consists of four nitro groups attached to one carbon atom. In 1857 it was first synthesised by the reaction of sodium cyanoacetamide with nitric acid.

Item Code: 28950-34-7

Tetrasulfur tetranitride is an inorganic compound with the formula S4N4. This gold coloured solid is the most important binary sulfur nitride, which are compounds that contain only the elements sulfur and nitrogen.

Item Code: 31330-63-9

Tetrazene (1-(5-tetrazolyl)-3-guanyl tetrazene hydrate) is an explosive material used for sensitization of the priming compositions. It is a derivative of the compound with the IUPAC name tetrazene.

Item Code: 479-45-8

2,4,6-Trinitrophenylmethylnitramine commonly referred to as tetryl (C7H5N5O8) is a sensitive explosive compound used to make detonators and explosive booster charges.
Applications of tetrytol are usually military in nature e.g. burster tubes for chemical weapons (e.g. nerve gas shells), blocks of demolition explosives and cast shaped charges.

Item Code: 606-35-9

Historically, trinitroanisole was used as a military explosive, however, due to its tendency to form picric acid and dangerous picrate salts, its use has largely been abandoned.

Item Code: 118-96-7

The explosive yield of TNT is considered to be the standard measure of strength of bombs and other explosives. In chemistry, TNT is used to generate charge transfer salts.

Item Code: 140218-59-3

A successful route would more likely proceed by trimerisation of nitryl cyanide, but this precursor also has not yet been synthesised.
Urea nitrate is produced in one step by reaction of urea with nitric acid. This is an exothermic reaction, so steps must be taken to control the temperature.

Item Code: 147-16-0

Xylitol pentanitrate is a rarely used liquid explosive compound with extremely high viscosity formed by completely nitrating xylitol, a sugar alcohol compound with five carbon atoms.

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