the sales and marketing Office:

Address: 10 El Messaha Square - Dokki- Giza-Egypt.
Tel: (202) 37493936 / 33387663 / 37627789/0106089106
Fax: (202) 37610081 / 37615260








1- Uses Of Sodium Sulphate (Na2SO4)

The demand for sodium sulphate is increasing in both the local and international markets. It has a wide range of uses ,  in detergents and other industrial purposes such as glass, textile dyeing , paper, medical industries, animal feed and some compound fertilizers.

2- Specifications of EMISAL – Sodium Sulphate Product

Item Analysis
Na2SO4 99 % minimum
NaCl 0.5 % maximum
Humidity 0.2 % maximum
Specific gravity 1.3-1.4 g/cm3
Shape free flowing crystals
Colour snow-white, 90% as compared with barium sulphate
pH Between 6-7 for the 1% solution

 Size distribution of Sodium Sulphate :
Sodium Sulphate is produced in a size grading suitable for industry as follows:

Size Percent
Passing    from 9 mesh (2000 micron) 100%  wt
+ 20 mesh   (800 micron)  2%    wt Max.
+ 60 mesh (250 micron) 70%   wt Max.
60 – 250 mesh (250 - 63 micron) 65%   wt Max.
250 mesh (63 micron)  20%   wt Max.

Chemical analysis according to ISO 3237 & 3241

The sodium sulphate produced from Lake Qarun contain heavy metals , iron and rare metals below the permissible limit .

3- Marketing of EMISAL Sodium Sulphate :
The marketing policy of the company moves along two lines.

  1. To cover the domestic need and protect the Egyptian consumer from going back to importing the salt .
  2. Export the surplus production to the international markets .
    1- The Local Market :
    The anhydrous sodium sulphate produced by EMISAL was well received by the local market. Now it covers all its demand. Total production during the period 1997 – 2008 is  1.3 million tons.
    2-Export :
    After satisfying the local market, EMISAL exports a substantial part of its production to the neighboring countries including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Greece, Turkey, Sudan, Ereteria, Tunisia, Morocco and Others.


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