Technical Data & Documents
Natural Soda’s sodium bicarbonate is a pure, naturally-produced product. All grades meet purity standards and particle size distribution requirements and are approved for the stated applications.
Grades & Uses
The following table shows Natural Soda’s available grades with some common applications. Please contact our sales team to request a copy of Natural Soda’s Safety Data Sheet and product Technical Data Sheets. Request sheets »
|NS USP Grade #1 Powder|
NS Food Grade #1 TFF
NS FCC Grade
|Cake, pancake and ready-mixes; candy; catalyst manufacture; fire extinguishers; food colors; food conditioner; paper making; excipient pharmaceuticals; self-rising flours; starches; sugar refining; textiles|
|NS USP Grade #2 Fine Granular||Baking powders; excipient pharmaceuticals; prepared cake mixes; special cleansers|
|NS USP Grade #5 Coarse Granular||Carpet deodorizers; detergents; dry bleaches; effervescent salts|
|NS USP Grade||Bath bombs, personal care, and deodorant.|
|NS Industrial Fine Powder #3||Deodorant powders, dry fire extinguishers, rubber and plastics manufacturing.|
|NS Industrial #5 Coarse Granular|
NS Industrial Grade
|Industrial applications; leather tanning; oil well drilling fluids; swimming pool treatment; waste water treatment and fire extinguishers|
|NS Feed Grade||Animal feed products|
Tucker, W. B. et al. 1992. Sodium Bicarbonate or Multielement Buffer via Diet or Rumen: Effects on Performance and Acid-Base Status of Lactating Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 75: 2409-2420.
Kohn, R. A. and Dunlap, T. F. 1998. Calculation of the Buffering Capacity of Bicarbonate in the Rumen and In Vitro. J. Anim. Sci.. 76:1702–1709.
Khorasani, R. Factsheet: Dietary buffering requirements of the lactating dairy cow. Dairy Research and Technology Centre. University of Alberta.
Balnave, D. and Muheereza, S. K. 1997. Intermittent lighting and dietary sodium bicarbonate supplementation for laying hens at high temperatures. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 49(2) 279 – 284.
Yörük, M. A. et al. 2004. Laying Performance and Egg Quality of Hens Supplemented with Sodium Bicarbonate During the Late Laying Period. International Journal of Poultry Science 3 (4): 272-278, 2004.