Soda Ash, the trade name for sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), is a white, anhydrous, powdered or granular material. It is an essential raw material used in the manufacturing of glass, detergents, chemicals and other industrial products.
Key Advantages of Natrio's Dense Soda Ash
Particle size uniformity
Fewer issues with soda ash fines
Lower chlorine and iron levels
Break down of industries using Soda Ash
Soda Ash is an essential, natural raw material used in the manufacturing of glass, chemicals detergents and soaps. It is also used in other industrial processes including mining and water treatment.
- Glass 50%
- Chemical 26%
- Soap & Detergents 10%
- Miscellaneous uses 4%
- Blue Gas Desulfurization 2%
- Pulp & Paper 2%
- Water Treatment 1%
For the construction industry
Beverage bottles including beer and wine bottles and non-alcoholic drinks bottles.
Includes lighting, technical glass for video screens, televisions, mirrors, signs, optical glass, solar panels, insulation glass, foam glass, and other speciality glasses.
As a wetting agent to reduce the amount of water needed to extrude the clay.
Used to neutralize the sulfuric acid needed for acid de-linting of fuzzy cotton seed.
Used widely in the manufacture of chemicals, as a major natural raw material for the economical production of sodium phosphates, sodium silicates, chrome chemicals and photographic chemicals.