|Appearance||white crystalline powder|
|Package||Net Weight: 25kg/Bag|
|Packaging||Packed with polyethylene plastic bag as the inner liner and compound plastic woven bag as the outer layer.|
|Storage||Store in cool & dry places.|
Sodium Sulfate Introduction
Sodium Sulfate is a kind of white crystalline powder with a chemical formula of Na2SO4. Its melting point is 884°C. It is soluble in water, glycerin, but insoluble in ethanol. When exposed to the air, it will easily absorb moisture and become sodium sulfate of sweat. It’s used as a caramel coloring agent, and food coloring diluent.
Sodium Sulfate Specification
|Content (Na2SO4, on the dried basis), w/%||99.0-100.5|
|Lead (Pb), mg/kg ≤||2|
|Selenium (Se), mg/kg ≤||30|
|Loss on drying (Anhydrous), w%||1.0|
Sodium Sulfate Application
Sodium Sulfate is used as a caramel coloring agent and food coloring diluent.
Sodium sulfate is mainly used for the manufacture of detergents and in the Kraft process of paper pulping, although it has many other uses.