Back in August, we were excited to announce that a new website for our eCommerce store had successfully launched. The rebuild benefits from a wide range of new features. These range from a responsive website design and improved security, to an integrated MSDS database. Among these is another exciting element – our new chemical blog!
Here at ReAgent, we pride ourselves on our refreshing approach to the chemical industry. Blogging is a huge part of that approach. We love to keep our customers and clients updated on our activities and upcoming projects. That’s why we decided to open a new chemical blog that’s geared more towards providing you with information about the various products we supply.
What is it About?
The new chemical blog will answer all of your burning questions about chemistry. From outlining the deionisation process, to detailing the uses of acetone, there are a wide range of topics that the new blog has and will cover.
Do you want to know more about a certain substance? Are you curious about how something is made, or how a particular product can be used? We would love to hear about what you want to read about – so just get in touch if you have any special requests.
We love to make our customers and clients feel included because you are a huge part of our process. By creating content that focuses more on specific chemical products, it gives us a chance to show you what goes on behind the factory walls.
Our blogs are managed entirely in-house, and our dedicated marketing team are eager to provide you with eye-opening content that tells you more about the products in our online shop. New content will be posted every week – so keep your eyes peeled, and remember to subscribe to our free newsletter so you don’t miss anything!
All content published on the ReAgent.ie blog is for information only. The blog, its authors, and affiliates cannot be held responsible for any accident, injury or damage caused in part or directly from using the information provided. Additionally, we do not recommend using any chemical without reading the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), which can be obtained from the manufacturer. You should also follow any safety advice and precautions listed on the product label. If you have health and safety related questions, visit HSE.gov.uk.