|Classification:||Caustic Soda||CAS No.:||1310-73-2||Other Names:||Sodium Hydroxide|
|MF:||NaOH||EINECS No.:||215-185-5||Place of Origin:||Shandong China (Mainland)|
Agriculture Grade,Industrial Grade
|Purity:||99% Min||Appearance:||White Flake|
pH regulation, Paper Industry, etc,All kind of Industries
|Brand Name:||SW||Model Number:||.|
|Packaging Detail:||25 kg PP bag with PE inner layer for caustic soda flake / pearl form 200 kg iron drum for caustic soda solid 1 x 20' FCL could load 25 MT without pallets|
|Delivery Detail:||2 weeks after getting the payment|
Caustic soda /Sodium Hydroxide
1.Flake,Pearl and Solid
2. Purity: 99% 96%.
3. Appearance: White pearl with strong corrosion
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Product name: caustic soda ----- Caustic soda flakes/solid/pearl
Chemical Name: Sodium Hydroxide
Executive Standard: GB209 --- 2006
Caustic soda flakes 99%
Caustic soda flakes 96%
Caustic soda flake 98%
Caustic soda pearl 99%
the manufacture of chemicals, paper, aluminum smelting, refining tungsten, artificial silk, rayon and soap manufacturing, production of dyes, plastics, pharmaceutical and organic intermediates, the old rubber recycling, metal sodium, water electrolysis as well as the inorganic salt production, Preparation of borax, chromium salts, manganese salts, phosphate, etc. need to use a lot of caustic soda
Packaging: Caustic soda flakes ----- 25kg pp bag
Caustic soda solid ------ 200kg / drum, iron drum packaging.,
Sodium hydroxide is used in all sorts of scenarios where it is desirable to increase the alkalinity of a mixture, or to neutralize acids.
For example, sodium hydroxide is used as an additive in drilling mud to increase alkalinity in bentonite mud systems increases the mud viscosity, as well as to neutralise any acid gas (such as hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide) which may be encountered in the geological formation as drilling progresses.
In the same industry, poor quality crude oil can be treated with sodium hydroxide to remove sulfurous impurities in a process known as caustic washing. As above, sodium hydroxide reacts with weak acids such as hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans to give the non-volatile sodium salts which can be removed. The waste which is formed is toxic and difficult to deal with, and the process is banned in many countries because of this. In 2006, Trafigura used the process and then dumped the waste in Africa.
B. Paper making
Sodium hydroxide was also widely used in making paper. Along with sodium sulfide, NaOH is a key component of the white liquor solution used to separate lignin from cellulose fibers in the Kraft process. It also plays a key role in several later stages of the process of bleaching the brown pulp resulting from the pulping process. These stages include oxygen delignification, oxidative extraction, and simple extraction, all of which require a strong alkaline environment with a pH > 10.5 at the end of the stages.
C. Tissue digestion
In a similar fashion, sodium hydroxide is used to digest tissues, such as in a process that was used with farm animals at one time. This process involves the placing of a carcass into a sealed chamber, which then puts the carcass in a mixture of sodium hydroxide and water, which breaks chemical bonds keeping the body intact. This eventually turns the body into a coffee-like liquid, and the only solid that remains are bone hulls, which could be crushed between one's fingertips. Sodium hydroxide is frequently used in the process of decomposing roadkill dumped in landfills by animal disposal contractors. Sodium hydroxide has also been used by criminals to dispose of their victims' bodies.
D. Dissolving amphoteric metals and compounds
Strong bases attack aluminium. Sodium hydroxide reacts with aluminium and water to release hydrogen gas. The aluminium takes the oxygen atom from sodium hydroxide (NaOH), which in turn takes the oxygen atom from the water, and releases the two hydrogen atoms. In this reaction, sodium hydroxide acts as an agent to make the solution alkaline, which aluminium can dissolve in. This reaction can be useful in etching, removing anodizing, or converting a polished surface to a satin-like finish, but without further passivation such as anodizing or alodining the surface may become degraded, either under normal use or in severe atmospheric conditions.
E. Cleaning agent
Sodium hydroxide is frequently used as an industrial cleaning agent where it is often called "caustic". It is added to water, heated, and then used to clean the process equipment, storage tanks, etc. It can dissolve grease, oils, fats and protein based deposits. Surfactants can also be added to the sodium hydroxide solution in order to stabilize dissolved substances and thus prevent redeposition. A sodium hydroxide soak solution is used as a powerful degreaser on stainless and glass bakeware. It is also a common ingredient in oven cleaners.
A common use of sodium hydroxide is in the production of parts washer detergents. Parts washer detergents based on sodium hydroxide are some of the most aggressive parts washer cleaning chemicals. The sodium hydroxide based detergent include surfactants, rust inhibitors and defoamers. A parts washer heats water and the detergent in a closed cabinet and then sprays the heated sodium hydroxide and hot water at pressure against dirty parts for degreasing applications. Sodium hydroxide used in this manner replaced many solvent based systems in the early 1990s when trichloroethane was outlawed by the Montreal Protocol. Water and sodium hydroxide detergent based parts washers are considered to be an environmental improvement over the solvent based cleaning methods.
F. Food preparation
Food uses of sodium hydroxide include washing or chemical peeling of fruits and vegetables, chocolate and cocoa processing, caramel coloring production, poultry scalding, soft drink processing, and thickening ice cream. Olives are often soaked in sodium hydroxide for softening; or, if soaked longer, for transformation into black olives. Pretzels and German lye rolls are glazed with a sodium hydroxide solution before baking to make them crisp. Owing to the difficulty in obtaining food grade sodium hydroxide in small quantities for home use, sodium carbonate is often used in place of sodium hydroxide.