(An ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 Certified Company)
Caustic Soda Lye (32% & 47%) & Flakes (99.9%)
Caustic Soda Lye (32% & 47%) &
Caustic Soda Flakes (99.9%)
We are maufacturer of caustic soda lye and caustic soda flakes. Caustic
Soda is a versatile basic chemical with a wide range of industrial
applications. It is highly soluble is water and is practically insoluble in
most organic solvents except alcohols. It is availablei n the from of lye
(solutioninwater), as solid and as flakes.
- Digestion of wood and bagasse for manufacture of pulp and paper.
- Digestion of wood for manufacture of viscose staple fibre,
viscose filament yarn and rayon tyre cord.
- Manufacture of soaps and detergents.
- Digestion of aluminium ore to make alumina as an intermediate in
the production of aluminium.
- Dleaching & processing of cotton textiles.
- Regeneration of ion-exchangere sins in water treatment plants.
Rayon Grade Caustic Soda Lye is manufactured in technical
collaboration with UHDE GmbH of Germany, world leaders in chlor-alkali
technology. Caustic Soda Flakes are produced using the latest technology and
plant of Bertrams, Switzerland. Rigid quality control on inputs, process and
outputs lead to high purity and consistent quality that permit
standardization of its use in industry.
ethanol, methanol, glycerol etc but insoluble in ether and benzene
||Rayon Grade as per IS:252:1991
||Free from foreign
|Sodium Hydroxide concentration
|Purity (on dry basis)
|Sodium Carbonate content
||0.30% - 0.35%
|Chloride content (as NaCl)
|Sulphate content (as Na2SO4)
|Iron (as Fe) ppm
|Copper (as Cu) ppm
|Manganese (as Mn) ppm
|Matter insoluble in water %
caustic Soda (Lye) is supplied in lorry tankers, Caustic
Soda Solid is packaged in MS drums, and Caustic Soda Flakes are marketed in
50 Kg HDPE bags.
Handling and Storage
Caustic Soda is a highly corrosive substance and requires
careful handling. There should be no contact with bare skin. Caustic Soda
flakes should be stored under dry conditions away from acids, organic
chemicals, metals such as aluminium, tin, zinc, lead etc. and their alloys.