Think 20 Mule Team Borax™ detergent booster is just for clothes? Think again.
Over the years, U.S. Borax has hired a number of interns and graduates from the University of Arizona. Some have developed and grown from entry level to management level positions.
Borates’ have improved the formulation of starch-based adhesives for centuries—and are still doing so today.
Borate keeps you warm, and saves on household bills. It prevents timber and lumber from becoming home to insects and fungus. Tiles on the floor and walls are glazed with it and electrical cables are fireproofed with it. Boron is very much at home in your home.
From char promotion to flame suppression, borates offer protection in construction, transportation, and industrial applications.
Applications for the 2019 Borax Visitor Center Foundation grant are now being accepted. The Borax Visitor Center Foundation—made up of company and community leaders—oversees the disbursement of Visitor Center funds through this annual grant program.
The kitchen and utility room are two of the most borate-rich places in the home. Borates bring convenience, safety, and cleanliness to cooking and domestic chores.
In production and distribution, supplier reliability is essential. When you are looking for your expected shipment of borates, that reliability is critical to ensuring your production stays on track.
The borate you use affects your end product or process. U.S. Borax development specialist Allen Zheng explains how to evaluate borate quality for the best possible results.
The art of enameling began to take form in the early Byzantine era, but borax was not used in the frits applied to metals until the middle of the 18th century. The early borate-containing frits were colored ground glass used almost entirely for decorative purposes, and then in small quantities.