1-Caustic Soda
Caustic Soda with NaOH chemical formula and common names, Caustic Soda and Solid Caustic Soda in the form of solid, white, and odorless solids. Water is highly corrosive and does not produce undesirable by-products such as Carbon Dioxide or other carbonates in chemical processes and is widely used in industries such as oil and gas and petrochemical industries, paper and pulp industries, textile industries, food, and agricultural industries, paint, and resin industries, degreasing industry and other related industries, pharmaceutical industry, alcohol and cosmetics, metal industry, plating and galvanizing, aluminum and zinc glass production, battery industry, etc.
Pay attention to the following items in the transportation and storage of profits:
• Store in a dry place with proper ventilation.
• A covered warehouse away from incompatible materials such as acid, etc. should be considered to keep the profit of the leaf. Only, when necessary, the bag lid should be opened and after use, the bag lid should be closed properly.
• Baking soda produces a lot of heat when dissolved in water.
• Warning signs including corrosion, etc. should be exposed
1. In the package, the flakes are packed in 25 kg bags with a width of 80 x 50 and a weight of two layers of 80 x 60 g. These bags must be sewn with strong polyester thread because if the ordinary thread is used, the profit of the flake will eventually rot and dissolve the sewing thread. As air enters the bags, the caustic soda becomes clumpy and with the combination of air and sodium hydroxide, the clumped material swells, and eventually, the bag splits and disintegrates. Safety and health principles must be observed when moving this type of profit to prevent physical injuries. Therefore, when working with flaky profit, pay attention to the safety instructions of working with flaky profit.
Alkyl Benzene Linear Sulfonic Acid,
or sulfonic acid is an active substance on the anionic surface that has a relatively good cleaning and foaming power and is therefore used in the formulation of various cleaners and the production of various detergents and hygiene products. It is compatible with anionic, non-anionic, and amphoteric surfactants in various formulations.
This substance is one of the raw materials for detergents and cleaners. Detergents and surfactants are substances that contain many polar and non-polar substances. As mentioned before, the cleaning and foaming power of sulfonic acid has made it one of the most important compounds in the production of various detergents and hygiene products. A variety of detergent products with stain and degreasing properties are produced using this material.
The use of sulfonic acid in advanced societies has expanded since the early twentieth century, and over time, the use of soaps has declined. For example, 2 million kilograms of alkyl benzene sulfate were produced annually for various purposes.
This substance is used as a foaming agent in the formulation of many detergent products, household detergents, washing powders, cake detergents, liquid soap, solid soap, and….
The widespread use of this substance in various industries, especially detergents, has led to the annual production of about 2 billion kg of alkyl benzene sulfate for various industrial purposes.
220 L Plastic Drums
3-Rubber Process Oil (RPO)
It is technically an oil-related product with a kinematic viscosity level at hundred degrees Celsius spanning from 32 to 50 cSt. These types of products contain less than 3% polynuclear aromatic materials. Rubber process oil is proper for production of rubber materials, specifically aromatic rubbers.
Rubber Process Oils are widely used across various industries and environment-friendly product. Different grades of superior quality Rubber Process Oils are offered which are used for the manufacturing of various rubber produces, from both natural as well as synthetic rubber. Rubber Process Oils are used during mixing of rubber compounds.
These help in improving the dispersion of fillers and flow characteristics of the compound during further processing.
Rubber process oils can be broadly classified into three basic groups depending on the physical arrangement of the carbon atoms namely:
Aromatics Base
Aromatic Rubber Process Oils are generally dark in color & good compatible with most Rubber Polymers. It is extensively using in the manufacturing of Automobile Tires, Tread Rubber, Conveyor Belts, Automotive Components & Floor Mats, etc., where color of the end product is not important.
Paraffinic Base
Paraffinic Rubber Process Oils are generally light in color & having a wide viscosity range, higher Aniline & Flash Point. Paraffinic Oils are extensively using in the manufacturing of butyl tubes, EPDM based rubber products such as profiles, hose pipe & automotive components.
Naphthenic Base
Naphthenic Rubber Process Oils has good color stability, solubility & thermal stability. It is extensively using in the manufacturing of footwear, LPG tubes, hot water bags, molded & extruded products.
Rubber Process Oil Different Types have Two General Grades:
• Heavy
• Light
The RPO grading is based on its viscosity. Rubber Process Oils with the viscosity of 20 to 30 are considered as light (low viscosity) grade. Rubber Process Oils with a viscosity of 30 to 50 are titled as heavy (high viscosity) grade.
Light RPO grade is suitable for cold seasons and regions. On the contrary, heavy RPO grade is appropriate for the hot season and climate. As a positive point of RPO, Rubber Process Oil is safe and environment-friendly.