Sodium Silicate Plants

Sodium Silicate is a generic name for a series of compounds derived from soluble sodium silicate glasses. They are water solutions of sodium oxide and silicon dioxide produced in different ratios. Sodium Silicate is produced by melting Silica Sand and Soda Ash at high temperature in a glass melting furnace and the molten glass is cooled to form small briquets through silicate conveyors. The glass briquets are dissolved in a pressure vessel to produce liquid sodium silicate by adding water to produce a range of Alkaline and Neutral grades. The commercial grades are produced in a weight ratio of Silicon to Sodium in the range of 1: 1.6 to 1:3.5 Sodium Silicate is used in wide range of applications and the major end use segments are Detergent and Soaps, Adhesives and Cements, Pulp and Paper, Gels and Catalysts, Foundry, Soil Stabilization, Water Treatment, Coatings etc. We supply complete sodium silicate glass plants on a turnkey basis and depute our experienced teams to erect and commission the total plant. We provide complete engineering support for the plant layout, civil, buildings and electrical aspects of the plant. We offer both Regenerative and Recuperative Furnaces which are highly reliable and energy efficient developed with state-of-the-art technologies. We provide continuous technical support for efficient and trouble-free operations.