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Caustic Soda (NaOH)
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Caustic soda is an essential raw material and process chemical in many industrial operations. ASC delivers Caustic Soda in 48% solution (Liquid Caustic Soda) and in solid form (Flake Caustic Soda, 98%).
 
Pulp and paper is among the largest application for caustic soda worldwide, where it is used as a raw material in the pulping and bleaching process, in de-inking of waste paper, and in water treatment.
In textile industry, caustic soda is used to process cotton and in the dyeing process of synthetic fibers such as nylon and polyester.
In soap and detergent industry, caustic soda is used in saponification, the chemical process that converts vegetable oils into soap. Caustic soda is used to manufacture anionic surfactants, a crucial component in most detergent and cleaning products.
Oil and Gas industry uses caustic soda in the exploration, production and processing of petroleum and natural gas, where it removes objectionable smells originating from hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and mercaptans.
In aluminium production, caustic soda is used to dissolve bauxite ore, the raw material for aluminium production.
In Chemical Processing Industries (CPI), caustic soda is used as raw materials or process chemicals for a wide range of downstream products, such as plastics, pharmaceuticals, solvents, synthetic fabrics, adhesives, dyes, coatings, inks, among others. It is also used in the neutralization of acidic waste streams and the scrubbing of acidic components from off-gases.

Small volume applications for caustic soda include household cleaning products, water treatment, cleaners for beverage bottles, home soap making, among others.

In soap and detergent industry, caustic soda is used in saponification, the chemical process that converts vegetable oils into soap. Caustic soda is used to manufacture anionic surfactants, a crucial component in most detergent and cleaning products.

Oil and Gas industry uses caustic soda in the exploration, production and processing of petroleum and natural gas, where it removes objectionable smells originating from hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and mercaptans.

In aluminium production, caustic soda is used to dissolve bauxite ore, the raw material for aluminium production.

In Chemical Processing Industries (CPI), caustic soda is used as raw materials or process chemicals for a wide range of downstream products, such as plastics, pharmaceuticals, solvents, synthetic fabrics, adhesives, dyes, coatings, inks, among others. It is also used in the neutralization of acidic waste streams and the scrubbing of acidic components from off-gases.

Small volume applications for caustic soda include household cleaning products, water treatment, cleaners for beverage bottles, home soap making, among others.

 
 
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