This work presents and analyzes the transition between the bench production process of a given product and the steps that lead to interest in industrial production. The theme addresses the history of acids, their importance and the reason why over time their production was rescheduled for industrial production increasing. Taking sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid as an example, this work presents a flowchart of the preparation up to the production chain. In this context, we describe how the market reacts with the variation in supply and demand and how this defines the decision to increase production. Finally, we present a market survey using the fertilizer sector as an example to show the importance and function played by sulfuric acid in the production chain.