Soda Ash (sodium Carbonate) Is Mainly Used For Industrial Plants? What Does It Use?

- Mar 26, 2018 -

The glass industry is the largest consumer of soda ash. It consumes 0.2 tons of soda per ton of glass. The chemical industry is used in making water glass, sodium dichromate, sodium nitrate, sodium fluoride, baking soda, borax, trisodium phosphate and the like. The metallurgical industry is used as a smelting flux, flotation agent for beneficiation, steelmaking and smelting as a desulfurizing agent. It is one of the important chemical raw materials for chemicals, cleaning agents, detergents, and also for photography. Pharmaceutical products. Most of it is used in industry, and a small part is for civilian use. Among industrial soda ash, mainly light industry, building materials, and chemical industry account for about 2/3; followed by metallurgy, textile, petroleum, defense, medicine, and other industries. The glass industry is the largest consumer of soda ash and consumes 0.2 tons of soda ash per ton of glass. The chemical industry is used in making water glass, sodium dichromate, sodium nitrate, sodium fluoride, baking soda, borax, trisodium phosphate and the like. The metallurgical industry is used as a smelting flux and flotation agent for beneficiation. Steelmaking and refining are used as desulfurizers. The printing and dyeing industry is used as a water softener. The tanning industry uses degreased, neutralized chrome tanned leather for raw hides and improves the alkalinity of chrome tannins. It is also used to produce synthetic detergent additives such as sodium tripolyphosphate and other sodium phosphates. Food-grade soda ash used to produce monosodium glutamate, pasta, etc. 【Incompatible materials】Strong acid, aluminum, and fluoride!!!

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