A good base to start from
CABB is operating two electrolysis plants to produce chlorine for captive use. Rock salt, water and electricity is all it needs. Our units in Gersthofen (Germany) and Pratteln (Switzerland) are state-of-the-art membrane-technology based plants.
Sodium Hydroxide, more properly known as Caustic Soda, is a co-product from the Chlorine production process and it is one of the world’s most widely used industrial chemicals. It is mercury-free and emerges as a 33% solution which can either be diluted to 25% and 30%, or concentrated to 45% and 50%.
Caustic Soda solution is a clear, colourless, odourless, slightly viscous liquid which is miscible with water in all proportions. Addressed to customers in many different markets, it is shipped in road tankers or railcars.
Continuity, flexibility and responsiveness is what we offer to our partners along the Chlorine-Alkali value chain.
We want to be recognized as the reliable and accessible partner to our customers that may use Caustic Soda to neutralize acidic waste water, regenerate ion exchangers, prepare sodium compounds, produce industrial cleaners and soaps, increase the basicity of chrome liquors or regulate the pH level for water softening, mining flotation or exploratory drilling. Just to name a few…