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Sodium hydroxide is widely used in the manufacture of soaps, paper, and aluminum. Our Sodium hydroxide signs are designed to ensure everyone stays safe when handling corrosive chemicals.
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What is Sodium Hydroxide / Caustic Soda?
Sodium hydroxide, also known as lye or caustic soda, is an alkali inorganic compound - a type of base that can neutralize acids and is soluble in water. Pure sodium hydroxide is a white crystalline odorless solid that absorbs moisture from the air. As a liquid, is colorless and denser than water. When dissolved in water or neutralized with acid it liberates substantial heat, which may be sufficient to ignite combustible materials.
Sodium hydroxide is commercially available in pellets, flakes, granules and as a 50% saturated solution. Sodium hydroxide is a highly versatile substance used to manufacture soaps, rayon, paper, explosives, dyestuffs, and petroleum products. It is also used in processing cotton fabric, laundering and bleaching, metal cleaning and processing, oxide coating, electroplating, and electrolytic extracting. It is commonly present in commercial drain and oven cleaners.
Due to its strong corrosive qualities, exposures to sodium hydroxide in its solid or solution form can cause skin and eye irritation. Sodium hydroxide can burn or eat away at any part of the body that it contacts. Breathing sodium hydroxide dust or mist causes mild or serious effects, depending on the amount of exposure. Effects may include sneezing, sore throat or runny nose. Severe inflammation of the lungs can occur.
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