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Cements and Refractory Materials

Cimentos e refratários

The Sodium Silicate and/or Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate acts as a connecting agent in the production of refractory cements and may be exposed to high temperatures, with properties such as hardness and mechanical and chemical resistance.


The Silicate of Sodium is used in the production of sealing for wall and slabs. They are also used as additives to accelerate cement curing process and in the production of fire doors and wall partitions. Moreover, it can also be used in clay deflocculation for the production of floors, wall coating, mosaic tiles and porcelain tiles.


Another product that can be used is Diatomite which, due to its thermal isolation property, is largely used in the production of refractory materials and of thermal and acoustic isolators.

 

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Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate

Due to its detergent power in grease and clay material removal, it is largely used in industrial cleaning, cloth washing, cotton bleaching, paper bleaching and particularly as alkaline degreasing.

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Sodium Silicate

Sodim Silicate is a chemical product of vast application, besides being a substitute in formulas and process seeking  for a environmentally friendly alternative.

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Anhydrous sodium metasilicate

Due to its detergent power in grease and clay material removal, it is largely used in industrial cleaning, cloth washing, cotton bleaching, paper bleaching and particularly as alkaline degreasing.

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Diatomite

The definition of application of Diatomite depends on the size and structure of the carapaces and varies according to the region from where it is extracted, and to the treatment used in the  processing.

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