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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:13 pm 
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ReAgent is one of the leading chemical suppliers in the UK. We are based in Cheshire, England and have been established since 1977.
Throughout our time in business we have experienced considerable growth which is testament to the quality of our products and excellent customer service. Click here if you would like to contact us. We hold numerous marks of assurance including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and British Standard 8555. We are also recognised Investors in People. These accreditations help us maintain the high quality which has become associated with our company and have led to us becoming one of the UK's leading chemical suppliers. Our unmatched accreditation for supplying high quality chemicals is what differentiates us from competitors.
We manufacture, stock and supply a huge range of chemical products along with related services and equipment. We have over a thousand products available to purchase online, however if you cannot find exactly what you require please contact us. We have the facility to provide a huge range of solutions - hazardous and non-hazardous - from 1ml ampoules to road tankers and virtually everything in between.


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with a few pans and a hob, i could mix up some pretty interesting stuff with that lot :o


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30% of what is needed to make a rather large bang is on that list 60% comes from the agricultural fertiliser sector which needs cooking down add some flamable liquid and then all you need is a detonator. Any A level chemistry student can make one. All of this info I have found by looking on Google so that's a nice reassuring thought isn't it.

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Need to chew this one over.

Before I started my Roadster build, I was into amateur Pyrotechnics big time.
Got as far as making very small amounts of flash powder, believe you me its as far as you can go before you cross the line legally. :o

One of my friends got raided by the Police, bomb squad, the works ( Totally OTT for the small amount of chems he had ) Never got charged with any offence.

I gave up the hobby & destroyed a lot of moneys worth of kit & chems, just not worth that kind of hassle.

That company is selling some rather nasty stuff if put in the wrong hands.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:43 am 
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Lol I go out for a rare night out and come back to find you lot planning all sorts :shock:

Wynands pending thread on anodising prompted me to put that one up there, plus they do the Nital solution for etching, and the pure soda one for electrolysis cleaning.

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Having spent two years with a certain "regiment" I learned a lot of techniques using household cleaning items for when one was in the "shit" :o


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Having spent two years with a certain "regiment" I learned a lot of techniques using household cleaning items for when one was in the "shit" :o
What " toilet cleaner" :lol:

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I've removed the list to avoid temptation :lol:


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Having spent two years with a certain "regiment" I learned a lot of techniques using household cleaning items for when one was in the "shit" :o
What " toilet cleaner" :lol:

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Something like that :P


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As kids we discovered the delights of weed killer and sugar :twisted: . It started with copper tube filled with the stuff and the ends flattened. That was plenty silly but the the tubes got bigger and bigger untill one day we scared ourselves sh@tless by blowing up my dads wheelbarrow. Not a lot left of that so we left well alone.

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