Boric acid

White crystalline powder, mild antiseptic properties.

White crystalline powder with antiseptic, antifungal, and insecticidal properties. Derived from boron. Versatile compound used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, cleaning products, flame retardants, and as a food preservative. Wide-ranging applications in diverse industries due to its unique properties and versatility.

Energy Sector

Boric acid is used in the oil and gas industry as a corrosion inhibitor, stabilizer, and cross-linking agent in drilling fluids and well stimulation fluids. It protects metal surfaces from corrosion, enhances the viscosity and performance of fracturing fluids, and improves the properties and performance of cementing slurries. Its application helps to mitigate corrosion, enhance fluid performance, and improve well productivity in oil and gas operations.


Boric acid is used in the agriculture industry as a fertilizer and micronutrient supplement for crops. It provides essential boron, vital for plant growth and development. It corrects boron deficiencies in soils, improves crop quality and yield, enhances flowering and fruiting, and prevents disorders caused by boron deficiency. Proper application rates and methods are followed for effective and safe use.


Boric acid is widely used in the water treatment industry as a pH buffer, antiseptic, and algaecide. It helps to maintain optimal pH levels in water, inhibits the growth of microorganisms like bacteria and fungi, and controls algae growth in systems such as cooling towers and swimming pools. Its versatile properties make it a valuable ingredient in water treatment processes, ensuring safe and clean water for various industrial and municipal applications, while complying with strict regulatory standards for water quality and safety.

CAS No.: 10043-35-3


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