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Cerma

Sodium Silico Carbonate

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Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Avoid breathing dust. Keep container closed. Promptly clean up spills. Keep containers closed. Store in clean steel or plastic containers.

Separate from acids, reactive metals, and ammonium salts. Do not store in aluminum, fiberglass, copper, brass, zinc or galvanized containers.

Wear chemical goggles, body-covering protective clothing, chemic resistant gloves, and rubber boots, NIOSH-approved dust respirator where dust occurs.

Cerma is from family of sodium silicate and is an excellent dispersant and deflocculant for natural earth. This product is as effective stabilizer for ceramic production units in the preparation of clay slips for casting. Also it can be substituted for all of lubricants from quality and economic aspects.

Cerma is an alkaline product produced as white, free-flowing granules. The products is characterized by:

  • High solubility and dissolution rate, also in cold water
  • Negligible insoluble residue
  • High mechanical strength
  • High buffering capacity
  • Low dust content
  • Available as medium sized granules

Description

Cerma is from family of sodium silicate and is an excellent dispersant and deflocculant for natural earth. This product is as effective stabilizer for ceramic production units in the preparation of clay slips for casting. Also it can be substituted for all of lubricants from quality and economic aspects. Cerma is an alkaline product produced as white, free-flowing granules. The products is characterized by:

  • High solubility and dissolution rate, also in cold water
  • Negligible insoluble residue
  • High mechanical strength
  • High buffering capacity
  • Low dust content
  • Available as medium sized granules

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Chemical Name

Sodium Silico Carbonate

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