Sodium Sulphate


Sodium sulphate is a neutral salt, it can be obtained in the form of mineral deposits and chemical by-products, which are mostly present in lakes with brackish and salty water. does not happen. Sodium sulfate is preferred in many sectors as an additive in the production of suitable products, both in natural and synthetic form. It is found in sodium sulfate (Na2SO4) compounds that are available in nature.


Sodium sulphate is ready for use after processing and evaluation of dissolved liquids and other raw materials of mineral ores in the form of solid sodium sulphate found in this way. Sodium sulfate, which is used as a main ingredient in industries, is preferred because it is a neutral salt. In general, the reason why sodium sulfate is usable in the industry is that it is used because it is not similar to other water-soluble substances.



The paper industry is a very important chemical substance used by cooking fiber, especially in the manufacture of cellulose and sodium sulfate, which are the most important materials of paper.

Detergent industry, the first preferred area of ​​use for sodium sulfate is the detergent industry. Because sodium sulfate is present as a filler in the formula of solid detergents and powder granules. Sodium sulfate, which is usually present in detergents, is around 16%, but in some cases this ratio can be around 40%.

The glass industry, especially in the creation of glass material, the biggest role belongs to sodium sulfate.

Textile dyeing helps the sodium sulphate dye to pass into the fabric completely homogeneously in this area.

It is the most important chemical used in the cooking of fiber in the manufacture of cellulose in the paper industry.

It is used at a rate of 25% in the detergent industry. Since it does not contain any toxic substances and obtaining a natural pH value, it is of great importance in this sector. It is used as a filler in the detergent industry.

It is used in the formation of frit in the glass industry. Sodium sulfate is consumed at the rate of 3% in glass production.

In textile dyeing, it ensures that the dye passes homogeneously to the textile surface.

It is used in the chemical industry to obtain chemicals such as potassium sulfate, aluminum sulfate, sodium silicate, sodium sulfide.