Chemische Fabrik Wocklum Gebr. Hertin GmbH & Co. KG

Glärbach 2, 58802 Balve
Telephone +49 2375 925-0
Fax +49 2375 925-100

This company is co-exhibitor of
EOT Eibach Oberflächentechnik GmbH

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Auxiliary process technology materials
  • 03.02  Cleaning and wetting agents
  • 03.02.01  Pickling chemicals, acids

Pickling chemicals, acids

Our products

Product category: Pickling chemicals, acids

Acids and alkalis

Industry cannot survive without acids and alkalis For this reason, the raw materials, auxiliary products and consumables supplied by the Wocklum Group are indispensable. Our trade with hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid and sodium hydroxide has therefore been one of our core areas of business for several decades.

To serve their different applications and uses, the partners and customers of the Wocklum Group require availability and flexible response times.

The corporate group guarantees this with its 3,000 m³ sized liquid chemicals storage facility, where a wide range of acids and alkalis are available for immediate delivery.

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About us

Company details

The Wocklum Group, with its headquarter located in Balve (Germany), is a medium-sized, family-owned corporate group which is now in its third generation of management and has been growing ever since it was founded in the year 1822.

As a long standing partner to manufacturing industry, our core area of business is the trade with acids, alkalis and specialist chemicals at the national and international levels. We complete our orders on a flexible and just-in-time basis via our own logistics centre.  Whether it is contract manufacturing, transport, mechanical or plant engineering or consulting – the range of products and services offered by the Wocklum Group goes far beyond “just chemicals”. We can also supply complete solutions on request – from their development in our in-house laboratory, to their production and recycling.

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