Sodium Hydroxide 50%

Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), also known caustic soda, is the strong soluble in water with liberation of heat. TPC Sodium hydroxide is produced via the chlor-alkali process which involves the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium chloride.

It is generally used in many industries, mostly as a strong chemical base in the manufacture of pulp and paper, rayon and textiles, soaps and detergents, water treatment, etc.


Property Test Method Unit Typical Value
Appearance Visual Inspection - Transparent, Viscous Colourless liquid, No Sediment matters.
Sodium Hydroxide as NaOH JIS K - 1200 % (w/w) 50
Sodium Carbonate as Na2CO3 JIS K - 1200 % (w/w) 0.03
Sodium Chloride as NaCI JIS K - 1200 ppm. (w/w) 100
Sodium Clorate as NaCIO3 TIS - 150 ppm. (w/w) 40
Iron as Fe203 JIS K - 1200 ppm. (w/w) 5


  • Fibre
  • Soap and Detergent
  • Food
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Chemical Procress
  • Waste Water Treatment

Standard Packaging

  • Maximum Weight Required by Law


All values are given in good faith and are based on our typical data but without warranty or guarantee expressed or implied.