Soda Blast Media
Soda Blast Media is sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) utilized in soda blasting, which is a type of sand (abrasive) blasting. There are a number of grades mostly differentiated by granulation. Under most applications a granular grade of sodium bicarbonate is used for blasting, it is several times the size of regular baking soda. The media is utilized for cleaning and stripping where a softer abrasive is required to prevent damage to the substrate or media needs be water soluble. Some of the surface materials or contaminants typically removed effectively by the soda blast media are paint, powder coating, grease, carbon, asphalt, dirt, mold, graffiti, and odors.
Definition: Sodium Bicarbonate
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|Chemical name:||Sodium hydrogen carbonateChemical formula:||NaHCO3Synonyms:||Sodium bicarbonate; Bicarbonate of soda; Sodium acid carbonate; Carbonic acid; Monosodium saltCAS Number:||144-55-8Concentration (% by weight):||100%|
|Appearance:||White Crystalline powder or granulesFlammability:||NoneUpper/lower flammability/explosive limits:||Not applicableOdor:||NoneOdor threshold:||Not applicableVapor pressure:||Not applicableVapor density:||Not applicablepH of 0.1 M solution (0.84% w/v):||8.3 @ 25°CDensity:||2.2 g/cm^3Melting Point:||Not applicable (thermal decomposition occurs on heating)Solubility in water:||86 g/L @ 20°CBoiling point:||Not applicableFlash point:||Not applicableEvaporation rate:||Not applicable"Partition coefficient||n-octanol/water:"||No data availableAuto-ignition temperature:||Not applicableDecomposition temperature:||Starts to decompose when heated above 50°C (122°F)Viscosity:||Not applicable|