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Borate aqueous suspension for corrugated cardboard production.

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Footage of a " aquaous suspension" of Borax Decahydrate . Sodium tetraborate decahydrate Density 1.3

Simular formulations are available with  borates like Boric Acid, Amino Borate, Boron 10 Borax 5mol

11,4% Boron
and 65% Boric Acid solids

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Test Tubes

Liquid borates are safe to dose
No Airborne particles
High % solids suspensions

In recent years, C-IP developed and patented a unique method to process different borates such as borax, boric acid in a liquid suspension.

These suspensions offer numerous advantages, such as the exclusion of airborne particles to meet new guidelines and restrictions for some borates. Furthermore, these suspensions have been developed in such a way that high concentrations of borates can be dosed. The thixotropic nature of our boron suspensions allows easy pumping of a high solid value.

Furthermore, a very accurate dosage can be applied and can prevent lumps that often block installations and affect the production process.

Aquabor Laundry borax suspension
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Innovating patented formulation to suspend borax powders for household applications.

50% Borax in aqueous suspension

Borax suspensions for domestic use in a new business opportunity presented by C-IP SA.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in this patented application.



Thanks to patented technology, borates such as Borax and Boric Acid can be offered in a stable suspension for agriculture.

Various products and applications

Thanks to this technology, high concentrations can be easily mixed and dispersed for the agriculture.

Contact us to find the best formulation for your specific industrial application:

  • Adhesives
  • Agriculture
  • Ceramics
  • Detergents
  • Flame Retardants
  • Glass
  • Lubricants & Greases
  • Metallurgy
  • Nuclear Industry (reactors)
  • Oil Field Chemicals
  • Pesticides & Insecticides
  • Wood Preservatives
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