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Industrial-grade Sodium Phosphate use






Sodium Phosphate is a colorless or white crystalline or crystalline powder. The water-free material is a white powder, soluble in water, and insoluble in ethanol and other organic solvents.
The use of industrial-grade Sodium phosphate is very wide. In the electroplating industry, it is used to formulate electroplating fluids, which can form complexes with iron. The wool spinning industry is used as a wool lipotic agent and drifting agent. The papermaking industry is used in paper and plant fiber bleach. The printing and dyeing industry is used as an auxiliary agent when printing and dyeing and refined drift.
The daily chemical industry is used as a toothpaste additive, which can form colloids with calcium phosphate and play a stable role. It can also be used for synthetic detergents and the production of hair-washing cream. In water treatment, it is used as a soft water agent and a rust removal agent in mechanical processing. The chemical production is used as a dispersant and emulsifier.
It can also be used in water treatment agents, petroleum drilling, etc., and is used as a quality improvement agent, emulsifier, buffer, and molten agent in the food industry.
In addition to the function of soft water, the industrial-grade SODIUM Phosphate can also dissolve the insoluble salt of calcium and magnesium. For example, in the fiber of clothes, the dirt formed by the lack of calcium soap or other metal soaps can make it dissolve and improve the decontamination ability.
In addition, Sodium Phosphate has an anti -anti-flocculation effect, which makes the oil develop emulsifying, which is called glue-soluble properties. It can also further reduce the surface tension and interface tension of the surfactant solution, and play a role in washing.


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