The North America caustic potash market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% during 2020-2025. Caustic potash (KOH), also known as potassium hydrate and potassium hydroxide, is a strong alkaline chemical. The brine prepared from potassium chloride and water is electrolyzed by mercury/membrane/diaphragm-based cells to produce caustic potash. It is available for commercial purpose in several forms namely flakes, briquettes, crystal and distinctively concentrated solutions. Caustic potash is widely used in the electronics industry and in manufacturing phosphates, soaps and detergents, liquid fertilizers, neutralization agents, etc.
North America is one of the biggest producers of caustic potash in the world. Caustic soda is majorly utilized in the production of potassium carbonate which is primarily used in manufacturing specialty glasses, vat dyeing and textile printing, fire extinguisher powder and in water treatment chemicals. Rapid globalization and new product innovations are expected to increase the demand for caustic potash in the region.
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