Caustic soda beads vs flakes

What is the difference between caustic soda beads and caustic soda flakes?

Caustic soda beads vs flakes use physical form or shape of caustic soda pearls and caustic soda flakes is the most significant distinction. Caustic soda pearls are granular, whereas caustic soda flakes are lamellar. This means that caustic soda pearls look very similar to fish eggs or caviar, while caustic soda flakes look like small flakes.

In which sectors is Bead Caustic soda used?

in which sector is bread caustic used? Sectors that uses Bead caustic soda Petroleum industry. Salt pH test. Soap and detergent production. Textile industry Paper production. Aluminum and metal industry. food industry

Description caustic soda beads

Caustic Soda Beads (Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH)) are a strong alkali used to increase the pH and alkalinity of the liquid phase. To obtain a given pH, the amount needed may be affected by a variety of drilling fluid products and related activities. They are (dissolves in moisture) as well as hygroscopic (attracts moisture). The bead is ~3/4 millimeter in diameter. This type of Caustic Soda is lest dusty than the flake form of Sodium Hydroxide. The solution rate is typically much quicker than flake, usually twice as fast.

Caustic soda beads vs flakes

Advantages of bead caustic over caustic flakes
  • Due to particle structure of bead caustic, it has very good mixing ability in dry mixes and is fluid.
  • since the particle structure of caustic bead is strong and resistant to breakage, less dust extraction. Less humidity due to less dust, thus less grinding.
  • Fast dissolution of caustic beads.
  • Since caustic beads are denser, it takes up less space than caustic flakes. Therefore, it less costly in term of logistics.
  • While the purity of caustic bead is minimum 99%, the purity of caustic flakes is generally 98%.
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