Sodium Sulphide (Na2S)

Sodium Sulphide (Na2S)

Appearance: Yellow flake
Chemical Formula: Na2S
Na2S: 60 ± 2 %
Na2SO3: <2 %
Na2CO3: <0.5 %
Fe: <10ppm
Insoluble: <10ppm
Density: 1600 Kg/M³
Melting Point: 90 ºC
Safety: For more information refer to MSDS
Packing: 25 Kgs. PE bags

Used in the manufacture of organic chemicals, colors and dyes, viscose rayon, pulp and paper, rubber. Sodium Sulphide is Used as a sharpening agent  in
soaking and dehair- ing processes in the leather industry, a flotation agent in ore treatment, an
analytical and photographic reagent and a chemical intermediate. Sodium Sulphide is Used in the
hydrometallurgy of gold ores, engraving, lithography and cotton printing.

Inhalation: Inhalation of the dust can cause sore throat, coughing and shortness of breath. Very high or very long exposures could lead to a build-up of fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) and, possibly, death. Skin Contact: Can cause severe skin irritation and burns. Eye Contact: Can cause redness, pain, blurred vision and burns which are slow healing. Blindness may result.