Sodium Hydroxide Flake:
Caustic soda also called lye, sodium hydroxide solid, and sodium hydrate. It can be in solid or liquid form. NaOH, is white substance that also can be in the form of lumps, sticks, pellets and chips. Furthermore it quickly absorbs carbon dioxide and water from the air. When near moisture, sodium hydroxide can burn or eat away at animal and vegetable tissue and some metal. Sodium Hydroxide Flake mixes easily with water, alcohol and glycerol. It generates heat while dissolving. Caustic soda flake , Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) an inorganic compound with following synonyms.
caustic soda flake widely used inorganic chemical industry. It chemical formula is NaOH with molecular weight of 39.997 g/mol and ph of ~12-14.
The specs can be mentioned as:
- Raw material for various industrial products
- Co-product in chlorine synthesis
- Strong base
- Highly corrosive
- Auxiliary chemical
- Odorless material
Caustic soda flake Formula:
Flake Caustic soda is knowing by some name and formula according to application in different industries, such as:
Sodium Hydroxide Flake ( NaOH), purity / mass: Min. 99.50
Chlorides / NaCl, purity / mass: Max. 0.10
Sodium carbonate / Na2CO3, purity / mass, Max. 0.40
Founding Sodium Hydroxide Flake?
Sodium hydroxide is one of the most common chemicals in industry. In addition it uses in a wide range of processes to make many products including plastics, soaps, rayon, and textiles. It revitalizes acids in petroleum refining.
Also in food production, sodium hydroxide peels fruits and vegetables. Some industries use it for etching. Furthermore it uses in disinfecting and dehorning cattle. In households, it can be found in drain and oven cleaners.
Technical properties of Sodium Hydroxide Flake :
Caustic soda flakes usually uses in organic synthesis processes, petroleum products refining, textile industry in production of viscose silk also in bleaching fabrics. In addition in paper and aniline industry, soap making, production of aluminum and sodium metal, soluble glass, alkaline accumulators, Trilon B.
Furthermore caustic flakes are transported by railway and motor transport. 25 kg, 50 kg polypropylene bags, special soft containers with a maximum mass of 1,000 kg, 60 kg polyethylene barrels (without the insert) are used for packaging the product. Transportation in 20 and 40-feet sea vans is possible for countries outside the CIS.
In addition caustic Soda Lye is one of the most widely used chemicals in industry. Caustic soda is a commitment, we guarantee a high service level towards our customers.
Major users of caustic soda are the aluminum industry, pulp & paper and chemical industry. Also Main uses are water treatment and water purification, as cleaning agent, or a wide range of uses in chemical industry like starch production or for the desulphurization in the petrochemical industry.
Furthermore solution of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in water is a strong base alkali. With wide range of uses in different industries. It produce with chlorine and hydrogen from the electrolysis of salt brine. With our production in five plants in Europe and our quality
Exposing to caustic soda:
Drinking it by accident.
Touching sodium hydroxide when used without the right protection.
Eye Contact by getting sodium hydroxide vapor or liquid in the eyes during use. In addition it can burn or eat away at any part of the body that it contacts.
Breathing sodium hydroxide
Dust or mist also van be causes mild or serious effects, depending on the amount of exposure. Effects includes: sneezing, sore throat or runny nose. Severe inflammation of the lungs can occur. In addition, Swallowing sodium hydroxide may cause severe burns in the mouth, throat and stomach. Severe scarring of tissue and death may result. Symptoms of eating or drinking sodium hydroxide may include bleeding, throwing
up or diarrhea. A drop in blood pressure may also occur. Damage may appear days after exposure.
Contact with skin :
It can cause irritation or severe burns. Greater exposure can cause scarring.
Vapor and direct contact can cause eye irritation. Greater exposure can cause burns that could result in
permanent damage to vision, including blindness. Long-term contact with lower strength solutions or dust can have a harmful effect on tissue.