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U.S. Borax in India

:: Wednesday, September 7, 2022 :: Posted By Amit Narain
U.S. Borax in India
As we celebrate 150 years of U.S. Borax this year, we’d like to highlight our business in India. Did you know we have been supplying Indian companies with their borates needs for approximately 50 years?

How Borates Enhance Refractory Application

:: Thursday, August 25, 2022 :: Posted By Maryam Moravej
How Borates Enhance Refractory Application
From metallurgy to glassmaking, borates can enhance production environments where refractories play an important role. Borates fight corrosion, act as sintering agents, and help offset harmful emissions.

Borates in Automobiles

:: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 :: Posted By Orion Graham
Borates in Automobiles
Look closely, and you’ll find a wide range of applications of borates in automobiles. In fact, auto makers find uses for borates in nearly every part and system. Borates benefit the automotive industry by providing borosilicate glass, flame retardancy, corrosion resistance, and friction resistance.

Borates and Sustainability in Glass Manufacturing

:: Wednesday, August 18, 2021 :: Posted By Allen Zheng
Borates and Sustainability in Glass Manufacturing
U.S. Borax is a valued research and technical partner for leading companies in the glass industry as they pursue aggressive goals for reducing carbon emissions.

Dehybor: Lightening the Load for Heavy Industry

:: Thursday, July 15, 2021 :: Posted By Maryam Moravej
Dehybor: Lightening the Load for Heavy Industry
Heavy industry manufacturers lay the foundations on which we build our modern life. To produce their products efficiently and cost-effectively, they depend on Dehybor as a consistent, reliable source of boric oxide.

Value in Use of Anhydrous Boron in Glass

:: Thursday, January 14, 2021 :: Posted By Allen Zheng
Value in Use of Anhydrous Boron in Glass
Anhydrous boron is a more concentrated form of boron—containing 1.4 times more B2O3. The additional value that anhydrous products bring goes beyond the concentration difference of B2O3.

U.S. Borax and Linde: Fuel Efficiency Innovation for Borosilicate Glass Manufacturing

:: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 :: Posted By Allen Zheng
U.S. Borax and Linde: Fuel Efficiency Innovation for Borosilicate Glass Manufacturing
U.S. Borax partners in research with Linde to demonstrate how borosilicate glass producers can benefit from a new technology solution that significantly reduces glass manufacturing’s carbon footprint—and provides opportunities for increased profitability.

Neobor: A Borate for Improving Modern Living

:: Monday, July 27, 2020 :: Posted By Maryam Moravej
Neobor: A Borate for Improving Modern Living
Manufacturers across myriad industries rely on cost-effective 20 Mule Team Borax Neobor. Some of the most important applications are the least noticed by end consumers.

Borates in Glass Manufacturing: Unbreakable Benefits, Unbeatable Versatility

:: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 :: Posted By Maryam Moravej
Borates in Glass Manufacturing: Unbreakable Benefits, Unbeatable Versatility
Glass is an essential product for modern living, and glass manufacturers are working to build a sustainable path for the industry’s future.

Surfing Waves and the Web on Borosilicate Textile Fiberglass

:: Tuesday, July 2, 2019 :: Posted By Maryam Moravej
Surfing Waves and the Web on Borosilicate Textile Fiberglass
Boric oxide is essential for the manufacture of textile fiberglass (TFG), a versatile, threadlike borosilicate glass that is used in applications from marine uses—boat hulls, surfboards, and sailboards—to auto panels and parts and printed circuit boards.
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U.S. Borax, part of Rio Tinto, is a global leader in the supply and science of borates—naturally-occurring minerals containing boron and other elements. We are 1,000 people serving 500 customers with more than 1,700 delivery locations globally. We supply 30% of the world’s need for refined borates from our world-class mine in Boron, California, about 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles.  Learn more about Rio Tinto.

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