Chloro Alkali or Basic Chemical

Caustic soda is used in the manufacture of plastic wrap, soap and paper and is the major ingredient in most oven cleaners and liquid drain cleaners. In chemical manufacturing, it is used in chemical processing, oil refining and water treatment. Commercially, Caustic is generally used as either a solid, a 50-percent aqueous solution. Caustic soda should be used with caution, as it is an alkaline corrosive that can be hazardous. When it reacts with moisture in the air, it dissolves, generating heat. This heat may cause nearby flammable materials to ignite, resulting in a fire. It should be safely stored in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place, away from oxidizing or organic materials. It should not be allowed to come into contact with metal powders or acids.

The Challenge

Worldwide, the major users of caustic soda are the aluminum industry, pulp & paper and the chemical industry. The main challenge of applications are water treatment and water purification, as cleaning agent, or a wide range of uses in chemical industry like starch production or for the de-sulphurization in the petrochemical industry.Three production methods are in use. While the mercury cell method produces chlorine-free sodium hydroxide, the use of several tonnes of mercury leads to serious environmental problems. In a normal production cycle a few hundred pounds of mercury per year are emitted, which accumulate in the environment.

The Solution

Modern cell technology is a relatively recent innovation of Caustic. This technology differs from diaphragm cell technology in that the solutions surrounding each electrode are separated by a membrane rather than a diaphragm. The membrane is very selective and primarily allows the migration of sodium ions from the anode chamber to the cathode chamber. Saturated brine enters the anode compartment of the cell where chlorine gas is liberated. Since only sodium ions can pass through the membrane to the cathode, the cell effluent contains substantially less sodium chloride. There is no salt removal capabilities are required as in the diaphragm cell process

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Additionally, the chlorine and sodium hydroxide produced via the mercury-cell chloralkali process are themselves contaminated with trace amounts of mercury. The membrane and diaphragm method use no mercury, but the sodium hydroxide contains chlorine, which must be removed.

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Pulp and paper is among the largest application for caustic soda worldwide, where it is used as a raw material in the pulping and bleaching process, in de-inking of waste paper, and in water treatment. In textile industry, caustic soda is used to process cotton and in the dyeing process of synthetic fibers such as nylon and polyester.

Uses of Caustic Soda

Oil and Gas industry uses caustic soda in the exploration, production and processing of petroleum and natural gas, where it removes objectionable smells originating from hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and mercaptans.

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By product chlorine is widely used in making many everyday products and essential for a healthy human life. It is vital for water disinfection for producing safe drinking water all over the world. Chlorine is an important chemical for water purification in water treatment plants. Eighty-five percent of medicines either contain chlorine or use chlorine in the production process.Chlorine is also extensively used in the production of paper products, textiles, petroleum products, antiseptics, insecticides, food, solvents, paints, plastics, and many other consumer products.

Sodium hypochlorite is also commonly used in the pre-treatment of cooling water to prevent bio-fouling in a cooling water system which involves piping, heat exchangers, cooling towers, etc. Hydrochloric acid is a co-product in the process of cracking. Some of hydrochloric acid is used in Oxy-Chlorination process to produce Ethylene dichloride while the rest is delivered to customers in the form of 33% solution.

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Pet flakes

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Charcoal

Charcoal

Royal Charcoal

Charcoal making is an old and honorable trade. Its origins are lost in prehistory and the traditional methods of making it have changed surprisingly little -from ancient times till now. The only new factors are that the simple methodologies have been rationalized and that science has verified the basic processes which take place during carbonation and spelled out the quantitative and qualitative laws which govern the process.

New methods which have been introduced by royal in some parts of the developed have supplanted the old technology. Their newness does not reside in the principle of carbonation itself but in the rationalization of the use of heat, materials handling and labor and in some instances the recovery of by-products from the smoke given off during carbonisation.

New in the world of advertising is automatically assumed to mean ‘better’ it is not surprising that there has been an upsurge of interest in these new technologies by the developing world in attempting to increase the availability of charcoal and wood fuels. This Forestry Paper tries to supply a rational answer to the question:- “How can the industrial making systems make a useful contribution to charcoal production in the developing world?”

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If one elects to make charcoal using one or other of the methods in this paper it will still be necessary to make use of the information in, because with the Industrial technologies about 90% of the process from the growing and harvesting of the wood to the distribution and sale of the finished charcoal is still the same as with the traditional methods. The newness resides in the carbonisation step and the replacement of labour intensive methods of materials handling with capital intensive methods.

– The yield of charcoal from the wood is higher.
– Carbonisation is more rapid.
– Charcoal can be made -from raw materials that cannot be processed by traditional methods.
– Industrial chemicals and heat energy can be recovered from the smoke given off during carbonisation.
– By recovering by-products from the smoke there is less pollution of the environment.

– The yield of charcoal is higher.

In traditional charcoal making part of the wood is burned to dry out and carbonise the remainder. During carbonisation there is also an exothermic production of heat as the wood structure decomposes to form charcoal and this supplements the heat derived from burning part of the charge. The most efficient of the retort systems described later is capable of giving yields of about one ton of charcoal from about 3.5 tons of wood providing the wood is well dried and the retort operated properly. The best that can be achieved by brick kilns is about one ton from 4.5 tons of well dried wood.

lace of Origin:Bangladesh; Brand Name:Customize; Model Number: wood charcoal; Material: Hard Wood
Application: Barbecue (BBQ); Shape: Hexagonal, Stick hexagonal; Type:Machine-Made Charcoal, Wood sawdust,machine made coal; Calory (J):7500; Ash Content (%):3.8; Color:Black; Fixed Carbon (%): 85

Applicaion:
Cooking coal , bbq
Volatile Matter (%):10
Moisture:<5%
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
wood charcoal packing :10kg/ctn inside plastic,20ft about 1450ctns,1*40ft about 2580ctns.

Delivery Time
About 25 days for 40ft
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1.Can you provide sample?
We can provide sample free and freight charges is collected
2.What is your MOQ?
Our product MOQ is 10kg
3.What kind of package will we use?
25kg plastic bags,and it also can be customized
4.What is the delivery time?
It will take about 3-5 days for 1*20GP container
5.Could you give me a discount?
Yes, we can have a negotiation
6.Could you give me suggestion according to the information we describe?
Of course,it is our mission to offer you professional service.
7.What are shipping ways?
By sea,by air,by courier.International train
8.what is the type of your company?
We are a manufacture and trading company.

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tiles

Natural, timeless and elegant royal tiles

Building Premises, monument premises, landscapes, public gardens/parks, domestic drives, paths and patios, embankment stopes, and sand stabilization area etc. Pedestrain plazas, Shopping complexes ramps, car parks, office driveways, housing Colonies, office complexes, rural roads with low volume traffic, farm houses, beach sites, tourist resorts local authority footways, residential roads, etc. City streets, small and medium market roads low volume roads, utility cuts on arterial roads, etc. Bus terminals, industrial complexes, mandi houses, road on expansive soils, factory floor, service stations, industrial pavements etc. Container terminals, ports, docks yards, mine access road, bulk cargo handling areas, airport pavements.

royal terracotta tiles

A royal tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, …Appropriate refined clay is formed to the desired shape. It is placed in a kiln, and then fired. The typical firing temperature is around 1,000 °C, though it may be as low as 600 °C. The iron content, reacting with oxygen during firing, gives the fired body a reddish color or brown. White-colored terracotta is known as pipe clay, as such clays were later preferred for tobacco pipes.

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royal tiles

We choose tile for your home? Ceramic and terracotta tiles are versatile, durable and stylish. Choose from hundreds of colors and styles to make any room look gorgeous. From wood-look to polished to contemporary to the timeless look of stone, Floor Decoration has the perfect tile for every look. You’ll find sizes ranging from traditional 12x12 to large format and rectangular tile. Check out our inkjet tile technology that look so real it’s like high definition TV for your floors and walls!

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Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis is the precursor to gasification

Pyrolysis differs from other processes like combustion and hydrolysis in that it usually does not involve reactions with oxygen, water, or any other reagents. In practice, it is not possible to achieve a completely oxygen-free atmosphere. Because some oxygen is present in any it’s system, a small amount of oxidation occurs. It occurs whenever food is exposed to high enough temperatures in a dry environment, such as roasting, baking, toasting, or grilling. It is the chemical process responsible for the formation of the golden-brown crust in foods prepared by those methods.

Pyrolysis offers the possibility of de-coupling (time, place and scale), easy handling of the liquids and a more consistent quality compared to any solid biomass. With fast its a clean liquid is produced as an intermediate suitable for a wide variety of applications.

pyrolysis

Fast pyrolysis is a process in which organic materials are rapidly heated to 450 – 600 °C in the absence of air. Under these conditions, organic vapors, it gases and charcoal are produced. The vapors are condensed to bio-oil. Typically, 60-75 wt.% of the feedstock is converted into oil.

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Micro credit

Micro Credit

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Micro credit is the extension of very small loans to impoverished borrowers who typically lack collateral, steady employment and a verifiable credit history.

Local finance for poor people

Micro credit is part of micro finance, which provides a wider range of financial services, especially savings accounts, to the poor. Modern micro credit is generally considered to have originated with the Grameen Bank founded in Bangladesh in 1983. Many traditional banks subsequently introduced micro credit despite initial misgivings. The United Nations declared the International Year of Micro credit. As of 2012, micro credit is widely used in developing countries and is presented as having “enormous potential as a tool for poverty alleviation.

The origins of microcredit in its current practical incarnation can be linked to several organizations founded in Bangladesh, especially the Grameen Bank. The Grameen Bank, which is generally considered the first modern microcredit institution, was founded in 1983 by Muhammad Yunus. Yunus began the project in a small town called Jobra, using his own money to deliver small loans at low-interest rates to the rural poor. Grameen Bank was followed by organizations such as BRAC in 1972 and ASA in 1978. Microcredit reached Latin America with the establishment of PRODEM in Bolivia in 1986; a bank that later transformed into the for-profit BancoSol. Microcredit quickly became a popular tool for economic development, with hundreds of institutions emerging throughout the third world. Though the Grameen Bank was formed initially as a non-profit organization dependent upon government subsidies, it later became a corporate entity and was renamed Grameen II in 2002. Muhammad Yunus was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his work providing microcredit services to the poor.

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Grameen finance

Grameen Bank

Though lending to groups has long been a key part of microcredit, microcredit initially began with the principle of lending to individuals. Despite the use of solidarity circles in 1970s Jobra, and other early microcredit institutions initially focused on individual lending. A solidarity circle is a group of borrowers that provide mutual encouragement, information, and assistance in times of need, though loans remain the responsibility of individuals.

Repayment

Indeed, Muhammad Yunus propagated the notion that every person has the potential to become an entrepreneur. The use of group-lending was motivated by Economics of scale, as the costs associated with monitoring loans and enforcing repayment are significantly lower when credit is distributed to groups rather than individuals.

Many times the loan to one participant in group-lending depends upon the successful repayment from another member, thus transferring repayment responsibility off of micro credit institutions to loan recipients.

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ceramics

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Royal Ceramics is one of the upcoming ceramic manufacturing company in Bangladesh.  Royal taiba had the aim of using raw materials available in Bangladesh in manufacturing quality Table wares.

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Welcome to Our Shop

Royal Ceramics is one of the upcoming ceramic manufacturing company in Bangladesh.  Royal taiba had the aim of using raw materials available in Bangladesh in manufacturing quality Table wares.

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Welcome to Our Shop

Royal Ceramics is one of the upcoming ceramic manufacturing company in Bangladesh.  Royal taiba had the aim of using raw materials available in Bangladesh in manufacturing quality Table wares.

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Royal Ceramics Ltd.

is one of the upcoming ceramic manufacturing company in Bangladesh. From the very inception of Royal Taiba. we had the aim of using raw materials available in Bangladesh or any other foreign countries in manufacturing quality Wall & Homogeneous tiles or Sanitary & Table wares. Please visit our online shop and factory as well.

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<p>Dinner set is very much lucrative item for our ceramic product</p>
<p>Crystallinity refers to the degree of structural order in a solid. The atoms or molecules are arranged in a regular, periodic manner. The degree of crystallinity has a big influence on hardness, density, transparency and diffusion. </p>

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<p>The relative positions of the atoms or molecules are completely random. Amorphous materials, such as liquids and glasses, represent an intermediate case, having order over short distances.</p>

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Glass-ceramics

Ceramics Pebble and Stone Mosaic tile bring the beauty of nature indoors. The natural tones and unique shape of each floor tile can provide character to a shower or powder room floor. Your one-of-a-kind floor will be the new focal point of the room.

Glass-ceramics and some polymers, can be prepared in such a way to produce a mixture of crystalline and amorphous regions. Thus, crystallinity is usually specified as a percentage of the volume of the material that is crystalline. Even within materials that are completely crystalline, and the degree of structural perfection can vary.

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Pet flakes

Cold Wash Pet Bottle Flakes

With the help of our skilled professionals, we are engaged in manufacturing, trading and supplying an excellent quality range of Hot and Cold Wash Pet Bottle Flakes. These are processed using the utmost quality basic material and latest technology as per the global standards. Apart from this, these are properly tested by professionals on various parameters to ensure that we are offering clients the unmatched quality product.

Cold/Hot Wash Pet Bottle Flakes

As plastic manufacturer, we have our own factory and lab to guarantee the quality and price of the products.
Pricing: The price of PET Flakes are affected by global petroleum price. Therefore, please contact us to update the price before you replace any order.
Minimum Order Quantity: 50 MT; Payment Terms: T/T, L/C, Western Union
FOB Chittagong $540/MT (Clear) Delivery Time: Lead-time is around 7-14 working days after we receive the full payment. It varies according to different products and quantity.
Packing: The normal packing is 25kg/PP bag. Extra charge might occur when customer requires pallet or bulk bag packing. Our Target: We provide best quality products and very competitive price on the market. Our target is to build a long term business relationship with our customers.
And Overseas agents are welcomed. Outstanding quality is our promise to every single customer.
We hope you would be our next business partner.

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Cold Wash Pet Bottle Flakes (green)

As plastic manufacturer, we have our own factory and lab to guarantee the quality and price of the products. Pricing: The price of PET Flakes are affected by global petroleum price. Therefore, please contact us to update the price before you replace any order.

FOB Chittagong:$480/MT Minimum Order Quantity: 50 MT ; Payment Terms: T/T, L/C, Western Union
Delivery Time: Lead-time is around 7-14 working days after we receive the full payment. It varies according to different products and quantity.
Packing: The normal packing is 25kg/PP bag. Extra charge might occur when customer requires pallet or bulk bag packing.

Our Target: We provide best quality products and very competitive price on the market.
Our target is to build a long term business relationship with our customers.
And Overseas agents are welcomed. Outstanding quality is our promise to every single customer.
We hope you would be our next business partner.

Cold Wash Pet Bottle Flakes (Brown)

As plastic manufacturer, we have our own factory and lab to guarantee the quality and price of the products. Pricing: The price of PET Flakes are affected by global petroleum price. Therefore, please contact us to update the price before you replace any order. FOB Chittagong:$450/MT
Minimum Order Quantity: 50 MT ; Payment Terms: T/T, L/C, Western Union
Delivery Time: Lead-time is around 7-14 working days after we receive the full payment. It varies according to different products and quantity.
Packing: The normal packing is 25kg/PP bag. Extra charge might occur when customer requires pallet or bulk bag packing.

Our Target: We provide best quality products and very competitive price on the market.
Our target is to build a long term business relationship with our customers.
And Overseas agents are welcomed. Outstanding quality is our promise to every single customer.
We hope you would be our next business partner.

Pet Flakes

PET flakes are used as the raw material for a range of products that would otherwise be made of polyester. This include polyester fibres: a base material for the production of clothing, carpets, etc. polyester sheets, strapping, or back into PET bottles.

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