Chemicals Silicate and Carbonate

 

We produce Sodium Silicate and Sodium Carbonate in different ratios for a variety of applications. Aroma Chimie is Europe’s largest producer of Soda ash and Sodium Silicate.  Sodium silicate, also known as Water Glass, is a versatile inorganic chemical made by combining sand and soda ash (sodium carbonate) at high temperature.  Adjusting the ratio of sand to soda ash yields a variety of products with unique functionality used in many industrial and consumer product applications.

Aroma Chimie’s sodium silicate is available in solid, liquid, and powder forms.  We offer the largest variety of high quality products shipped from the most extensive sodium silicate manufacturing network in the world. These chemicals are mainly used in different industries, construction, Beauty, food, automotive, glass, oil and gas drilling, and domestic & industrial chemical.

We currently supply Sodium Silicate solutions for below applications.

  • Soaps & Detergents cake
  • Foundries as a core binder
  • Manufacturing of Silica gel, Precipitated Silica, Sodium Meta Silicate
  • Soil Grouting
  • Waterproofing of Roofs and for dust proof, abrasion resistance industrial floor.
  • Cosmetic & Paint Industry
  • Automotive repair
  • Egg Preservation
  • Timber treatment
  • Construction chemicals
  • Refractory use
  • Water Treatment
  • Fire Resistant & Acid Proof Cement
  • Accelerator for shotcreting in Hydro projects

Soda ash, the trade name for sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), is an essential raw material used in the manufacturing of glass, domestic and industrial detergents and other industrial products. The glass industry is our largest consumer market for soda ash products.

We produced 28,000 Mt of industrial chemical products in 2014. Our well-known brand customers in cosmetics, pharmaceutical, detergents and glass industry used the main proportion of our chemical production. Our world is moving towards modernisation and the domestic industries focus on R&D to achieve the highest customer satisfaction. This has had a positive impact on our chemical production; the consumption of our products has increased by nearly 15% since 2014.