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Molar ratio for solid sodium silicate: 2.5-3.6 ( adjustable during the manufacturing )
Molar ratio for liquid sodium silicate: <2.5 ( adjustable during the manufacturing )
wet process produces sodium silicate plant:
The wet process produces sodium silicate is a kind of production method of producing sodium silicate by the reaction of liquid caustic soda and quartz sand at high temperature and pressure. This mode of production has significant advantages as follows: The investment is low; The process is simple and easy to operate. Environmental protection economy, no waste gas production and so on. It can produce sodium silicate products with molar ratio below 2.5. We can provide consultation, design, supply, installation, Debugging training and other services of complete sets of wet process sodium silicate production line with over 5000 tons/year according to customer demand.
dry process sodium silicate plant:
The main raw materials of dry process sodium silicate production are soda ash and quartz sand. The process is batching, firing and dissolving.
The quartz sand and soda ash are weighed in proportion according to the formula, and are automatically put into the furnace through the conveying device. Chemical reaction occurs at a high temperature of 1350-1450 ℃ after the material is put into the furnace. The molten sodium silicate through air cooling or water cooling to form a glassy solid particle sodium silicate. Finished products are sent to the warehouse or stacked or cooled to room temperature for sale. The reflector adopts regenerative preheater. The 1200 ℃flue gas from tail can make air and gas preheat to 1100 ℃ and 900 ℃ respectively. Exhaust temperature dropped to below 180 ℃ to achieve energy conservation and cost reduction.
|Product Name||Sodium Silicate Making Machine|
|Capacity||As customer requirements|
|Application||Daily chemical, Food, Paper, etc|
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