Soda Ash

Sodium Carbonate also known as disodium carbonate is a chemical substance white in color and its aqueous solution is clear and colorless (chemical formula Na₂ CO₃). It is also known as Sodium Carbonate, and is a white, anhydrous, odorless powder. It is non-toxic and non-flammable, thus it is safe to use and even kept in the household. It has been used in ancient Egyptian times in the making of glass ornaments and vessels. The Romans also used soda ash for baking bread, making glass and medicinal purposes. In the modern day, it is still a widely used commodity.

Features and Advantages:

  • Production of detergent
  • Production of Glass
  • Food industry as acidity regulator
  • Raising agent and stabilizer
  • Metallurgy
  • Water treatment
  • Waste air cleaning
  • Unclog and freshen drains
  • Tile descale
  • Remove moss from surface
  • Clean grease off concrete
  • Strip off old paint or wax from floors
  • Fertilizers
  • Dying clothes


  • Glass articles such as tableware and float glass
  • Soaps and detergents
  • Production of chemicals such as sodium silicate, sodium bicarbonate and
  • percarbonate, and
  • Sodium chromate and dichromate
  • Pulp and paper manufacture, water treatment, effluent treatment, metallurgy and drugs

Product specification

Alkalinity (as Na2CO3)%

≥ 99.2

Chloride in term of NaCl%

≤ 0.4

Iron content %

≤ 0.002

Insolubility in water %

≤ 0.1

Na2o % (If it’s need)

≥ 58

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