What is Sodium Silica used in
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What is Sodium silicate?
Sodium silicate, often referred to as paohua alkali is an inorganic compound it's aqueous solution generally referred to as sodium sulfate and is a form of mineral adhesive. Chemical formula: Na2O*nSiO2. It is a liquid inorganic silicate and is used for a variety of applications. The sodium silicate, which is soluble in water is colorless and lightly colored translucent or transparent massive glass body that is commonly used as filler, fabric fire retardant and adhesive.
What is Sodium Silica used in?
Soaps and detergent
The ability of sodium silicate to enhance surface effects such as wetting with organic surfactants (reducing surface tension) it helps to keep small oil particles or dirt suspended in the detergent or enhancing the ability to get dirt off the surface.
The salt's alkalinity enables its neutralization against acidic soil and aid in the emulsification process of oil and dispersing of protein.
Silicate sodium used as a coating can improve the toughness of the cardboard , and also increase your resistance against moisture, fire or pests. Silicate can also be used as an oil repellent by itself.
Sodium silicate is a good choice as a primer for the application of auxiliary substances such as paraffin, Naphthalene chloride, wax varnish, nitrocellulose, and other coatings for cardboard. It makes the pores smaller on cardboard , and it reduces the amount of water absorption in the paper therefore reducing the amount topcoat needed.
Soluble silicate is a good choice as a cement binder. When Portland is mixed with cement, the components undergo chemical reactions to create substances that have strong bonding characteristics. It is also employed to enhance the strength of concrete.
Soluble silicate can be found in a variety of mineral enrichment processes. The principal function of sodium silicate in flotation of ore is as an antiflocculant to get rid of unwanted siliceous elements. Only a small amount of silicate with a concentration similar to that utilized in cleaning operations is required. Silicate's ability to form a sodium ion layer on the surface of particles is essential for preparing the surface for separation. Silicates from sodium help to stop corrosion, thereby reducing ball fatigue in the grinding mill.
Remediation of the water
Aqueous solution of anionic silica dilute offered by soluble Silicate can hinder the corrosion of a metal surfaces.
As an additive in water, the dissolved SiO2 will prevent the corroding of storage tanks of steel and distribution lines. It prevents the corrosion of pipes and pumps from acidic water (for instance, mine drainage) as well as reduces the likelihood of corrosion occurring during grinding of ball rods; and prevents corrosion of processes equipment as an ingredient in agglomeration, spray drying or dry mixed detergent formulations; as well as metal parts of disheswashing and laundry equipment. It is also a component in the liquid used in the permanent vehicle cooling system. as an additive to water treatment compounds in boilers and cooling towers.
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