Caustic Soda Flakes
Caustic Soda Flakes


As a manufacturer and supplier of Caustic Soda Flakes in China, Tianya Chemical is supplying high quality Caustic Soda Flakes with above 99% purity.

Caustic Soda Flakes is a kind of solid alkali with various shapes that is further concentrated and melted at high temperatures, and then cooled to form.

The production process of Caustic Soda Flakes generally involves producing qualified molten caustic soda through intermittent cooking. The molten caustic soda is sent to the tank (the bottom of the tank can be heated by burning coal, oil, or other combustible gases, and the liquid level inside the tank can be controlled by a travel switch or overflow device).

The flow rate of molten caustic soda is regulated by a high liquid tank. Add an arc-shaped alkali tank at the bottom of the tablet machine. The qualified molten caustic soda produced through the mode evaporation process flows into the arc groove through the liquid packaging of the product separator. The cooling drum surface of the flake alkali machine is equipped with a dovetail groove, and the lower part of the drum is immersed in an arc shaped alkali groove with a depth of 20-25mm.

The curved alkali tank is maintained in the desired position by the lifting device or can completely pour molten alkali into the tank during parking. The drum rotates slowly at a speed of 1.5-3.0r/min. Cooling water is introduced from the center of one end of the roller bearing, sprayed out from the nozzle on the water pipe, sprayed onto the inner surface of the cooling roller, and then led out from the center of the other end bearing. The outlet pipe of the cooling water is connected to the water jet pump to form a certain vacuum, allowing the cooling water to be discharged in a timely manner, ensuring the full utilization of the heat exchange area of the cooling drum.

Adjust the thickness of caustic soda flakes by adjusting the speed of the drum and the depth of immersion of the drum into the curved groove (usually controlled at 0.8-1.5mm). As the drum rotates, the condensed alkali layer on the outer surface of the drum is continuously scraped off by a scraper, resulting in caustic soda flakes.