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The critical nature of slurry

In the production of ceramics, the quality of the slurry is directly related to the moisture, viscosity, and liquidity of the slurry. The application of Sodium Tripolyphosphate can significantly improve the performance of the slurry, reduce water content, improve powder performance, reduce defects, improve the qualified rate of finished products, reduce energy consumption, achieve energy saving and consumption, and promote the sustainable development of the ceramic industry.

The importance of choice

In order to avoid the problem of excessive sticky slurry, excessive water, increased energy consumption, and decreased ball milling efficiency, the choice of collagen becomes more critical. Sodium tripolyphosphate, that is, ceramic water reduction agent, as a decomposition agent, has a significant solution effect on ceramic mud and glaze. It reduces the viscosity of mud, improves liquidity, and reduces the moisture content of mud, thereby reducing the energy consumption of the ball mill and spray drying tower, increasing the yield, and rationally adjusting the powder granularity of the powder, improving the comprehensive performance of the powder, and increasing the strength of the billet.

The impact of metal ions

There are a large amount of metal ions in the production of water, which may lead to increased slurry viscosity. Sodium tripolyphosphate is surrounded by more sodium ions through the metal ions in the water to exchange the cations, and the replaced calcium and magnesium ions are replaced to form a soluble complex to supplement the spatial block resistance. This makes clay have higher liquidity and uniform dispersion in less water. Therefore, Sodium Tripolyphosphate is also widely called ceramic water reduction and collagen.

The effect of decomposition is affected by many factors

In the process of ceramic production, the factors that affect the slurry decomposition effect include temperature, pH value, clay properties, and costs. Sodium Tripolyphosphat usually performs well in a neutral environment, with high stability, and low cost, so it is widely used in ceramic production. Gu Yue Chemical’s ceramic-grade Sodium Tripolyphosphate, through the research of more than 20 internal control indicators in the ceramic industry, realized the reduction of glue dosage and better effect, further reduced production costs and exerted the advantages of efficient utilization.

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