RTM President and CEO Liu Xiaoling noted that Asia is the world's largest and fastest expanding sodium borate market, representing 50% of the global demand.
What does SBX stand for?
SBX stands for Sodium Borate (wood preservative treatment)
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- Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services (Singapore)
- Sjögestad Beer and Whisky Society (Sjögestad; Sweden)
- Scaled Bi-orthogonal Wavelet Transform
- Strength Boost Welding Technology (DT-Swiss)
- Sounds Better With Us (French music website)
- Stichting Beschermende Woonvormen Utrecht (Dutch: Utrecht Foundation for Supervised Accommodation; psychiatric coaching; Netherlands)
- Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries (UK)
- Sea-Based X-Band Radar (missile defense)
- Sigma Beta Xi Sorority, Inc.
- Snowboard Cross
- South Bay Expressway (toll road; San Diego, CA)
- Sports Bet Express
- South Bronx Food Cooperative (New York, NY)
- Shopping Behaviour Xplained Ltd. (research; UK)
- Salisbury, MD, USA - Salisbury-Wicomico County Airport (Airport Code)
- Shelby (Amtrak station code; Shelby, MT)
- Ship Breaking Yard (India and Bangladesh)
- South Bay Youth
- Space Battleship Yamato (Japanese TV show)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Remove stains from Fabrics before washing by rubbing a paste of dishwasher detergent and sodium borate into the fabric and rinsing.
The buffer is selected from sodium acetate, sodium citrate, trisodium citrate, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, sodium lactate, trisodium phosphate, disodium phosphate, sodium borate, boric acid, calcium fumarate, sodium succinate, tris-maleate and any combinations thereof.
5, containing 50 mmol/L phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate /bicarbonate, or sodium borate.
In a fuel cell, the compound turns into sodium borate, an ingredient of soap.
The route went right past the sodium borate ore deposits that the company would begin mining in 1927.
The expanded plant is designed to increase capacity and to use RTM's new technology, Modified Direct Dissolving of Kernite Ore (MDDK), a process which allows sodium borate and boric acid production to continue until end of mine life.
4 percent sodium borate for 22 hours, briefly rinsed with distilled water, then soaked in 4 percent alum for another 22 hours, and then rinsed briefly with distilled water.