Caustic Soda Liquor/Pearl

Caustic Soda, also known as Sodium Hydroxide, is an inorganic compound with the formula NaOH. It is an alkaline base that is highly soluble in water, available as both powder and solution

CAS number

  • 1310-73-2

Typical Uses

  • Largely used in water treatment, manufacture of pulp and paper, textiles, drinking water treatment, as a pH regulator, in cleaning products such as soaps and detergents, drain treatments, degreasing agents and oven cleaners
  • In the agricultural industry it is a grain treatment and used in the production of soda grain.


  • Pearl and solution

Other names

Sodium Hydroxide; Sodium Hydrate


  • White odourless with bulk density 1.14 kg/m3, at 20°C, liquor solution 5-50%. 
  • Highly soluble in water
  • Readily absorbs moisture and CO2 from the air.

Packaging Types

  • Pearl in bags, Liquor in Poly, IBC, Pump-Off and Bulk

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