Potassium Silicate

Potassium silicate, or potassium water glass, is a versatile, inorganic chemical that is produced by melting sand with potassium carbonate, also known as potash. Later in the process, the glass is dissolved in water. The consistency of potassium water glass is a thick, clear liquid. Silica is also important for the plant tissue as silica binds the cells together and furthermore strengthens the bond. Especially, potassium silicates are important for plant and have been used in crop production. 

Properties of Potassium Silicate

Potassium silicate’s chemical formula is K2Si3O7

The dissolution has a density between 1,4-1,6 g/ml

Potassium water glass is used where a better fire retardancy is needed than with sodium water glass. Potassium water glass cannot burn, and it is, therefore, often used in paper products that need fireproofing, be dense and hard, fireworks, refractory concrete, and as an ingredient in ceramics used for plates and similar.

Today, we only produce a few, highly optimized quality potassium products, but we are not limited to those solutions only. We have the possibility to develop and adapt the product, so it fits 100 % to you and your need. We are available for guidance so that we will find the right solution for you. 

Have you considered the possibilities of using potassium water glass? You are more than welcome to contact us for further information. 

You can buy our Potassium Silicate in our Danish webshop here or if you need a greater quantity contact us at info@bollerup-jensen.dk 

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