Sodium sulfate is the sodium salt of sulfuric acid. When anhydrous, it is a white crystalline solid of formula Na2SO4 known as the mineral thenardite. The decahydrate, Na2SO4·10H2O, is known as Glauber’s salt. Sodium sulfate is mainly used for the manufacture of detergents and in the Kraft process of paper pulping, though it has many other uses. About half of the world’s production is from the natural mineral form of the decahydrate (mirabilite), and half from by-products of chemical processes.
Our Sodium sulphate (Na2SO4) is a white free flowing crystalline powder. It is not flammable and very hygroscopic. Sodium sulfate is a by-product of the continuous process of viscose fiber production.