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Bavand Chemical Company is the largest producer of solid and liquid sodium silicate and potassium silicate in Iran.
About Bavand Chemical Company
In recent years, Bavand Chemical Industries has established itself as a trusted partner for leading consumer companies by taking advantage of foreign investment and the latest technology provided by the respected experts of PQ and Capitan companies. This company has achieved stability in quality and diverse production of sodium silicate products. Bavand Chemical Industries, with a daily production capacity of 500 tons of liquid sodium silicate, is actively working on design and planning for the production of potassium silicate and powder, in addition to ongoing product development.
Over time, the company has gained a well-deserved reputation in various industries such as paper and ceramics. It is worth mentioning that tile and ceramic companies currently supply their sodium silicate exclusively from Bavand Chemical Industries.
Due to the various applications of sodium silicate in various industries, which unfortunately remain relatively unknown in Iran, this company has placed great emphasis on investigating the practical applications of this material. This strategic focus has enabled Bavand Chemical Industries to replace imported chemicals with its own sodium silicate in a wide range of applications, particularly in the construction industry and electrodeposition techniques.
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Sodium silicates are produced by melting silica sand (SiO2) and soda ash (Na2CO3) in a furnace, usually at temperatures between 1100 and 1300 degrees Celsius. Then the resulting molten liquid is cooled and divided into solid sodium silicate masses. The composition of these masses can be changed by adjusting the ratio of soda ash and silica in the mixture, to produce different ratios and levels of alkalinity. Sodium silicate is available in the market in two forms: solid (solution) and liquid (soluble solution).
Potassium silicate is produced using the same process as sodium silicate. To produce it, silica sand (SiO2) and potassium carbonate (K2CO3) are combined at a temperature of (1100-1300) degrees Celsius. The molten material resulting from the combination of these two materials is cooled and becomes glass, which can be dissolved in water with high pressure steam and a special process and a clear, slightly viscous liquid is formed.
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