Sodium Sulphide

As a hiar removal agent can be used in painting and liming

Description

Sodium Sulphide is a yellow, flake with a sulfurous smell. It is used in various applications such as Leather, mining and Pulp and Paper industries.

Sodium Sulphide may also be applied in the production of Sulphur dyes and manufacture of other chemicals, waste water treatment and soil & sludge treatment process.

Specification of Sodium Sulphide
AppearanceYellow flakes
Activity, %60 ± 2
Melting Point, °C33 – 35
Boiling Point, °C23 ± 1
Flash Point25 Kg PE bags
Density, g/m31.6
SolubilityInsoluble for ratios more than 10 ppm
Packing25 KG Triple Layer PE Bags
SafetyAccording to the best of our experience, it does not have any harmful effect on health
Shelf life1 year

Application & Recommendation

It is widely used in leather industry (tanning) as a hair removal agent, mining industry (flotation of oxidized and mixed ores: copper, zinc, cobalt, molybdenum, nickel and so on), pulp and paper industries, metal extraction  from aqueous solutions, textile (Sulphur dyes) and chemical processing. Caution:

• Stock in a dry, well-ventilated  nd covered place and keep away from any sunshine and also contact with water during storage.

• Stock must be  eparated from acids and Oxidants (CONTACT WITH ACID RELEASES POISONOUS AND FLAMMABLE  YDROGEN SULFIDE GAS).

• If swallowed: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting and immediately call a  OISON CENTER or doctor. • Fire Extinguishment: Use water or Dry powder. Do not use carbon dioxide fire extinguishers.

• For more safety instructions, please refer to MSDS

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