Magnesium Lignosulfonate

Other Trading Names:

  • MagLig
  • MagLignosulfonate
  • MagLignosulfonic Acid
  • MagniFiber
  • MagniBond
  • LignoBond Mg
  • LignoFiber Mg
  • LignoMag Mg
  • LignoBond Magnesium
  • LignoFiber Magnesium
  • LignoMag Magnesium

CAS Number: 8061-54-9

HS Code: 380400

Types of Packaging:

  • 25kg Polypropylene Bag
  • 550kg Polypropylene Bag
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Magnesium Lignosulfonate

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Chemical Name

Magnesium Lignosulfonate

Molecular Formula


CAS Number



Light Yellow Powder, Brown-Yellow Powder

Grade Standard

Industrial Grade


57% Min

PH Value


Total Reducing Matter


Water Insoluble Matter


Inorganic Salts




Chemical Description: 

  • Magnesium Lignosulfonate is a water-soluble anionic surfactant, derived from lignin through sulfonation, possessing water-solubilizing groups and existing predominantly in powder form.
  • Widely utilized in construction as a water-reducing agent and plasticizer in concrete admixtures, it optimizes workability, reduces water content, and strengthens concrete structures.
  • In agriculture, it serves as a dust suppressant, soil stabilizer, and water-retaining agent, contributing to improved soil conditions and fostering optimal plant growth.
  • The ceramics industry benefits from Magnesium Lignosulfonate, which acts as a binder and dispersant, facilitating the shaping of ceramic materials and ensuring homogeneity in suspensions.
  • Essential in animal feed production, it serves as a pellet binder, contributing to the formation and integrity of feed pellets.
  • Textile applications leverage its dispersant and dyeing assistant properties, ensuring the even distribution of dyes on fibers for uniform coloration.
  • Industries grappling with dust control issues, including mining and unpaved roads, employ Magnesium Lignosulfonate for effective dust suppression.
  • In the oil and gas sector, it may serve as a fluid loss control additive in drilling fluids, contributing to drilling efficiency.
  • Water treatment processes benefit from its use as a dispersant and scale inhibitor, enhancing the effectiveness of water treatment.
  • The paper industry employs Magnesium Lignosulfonate as a dispersant and binder in the production of paper and paperboard.
  • Safety considerations are crucial, especially in powder form, necessitating adherence to proper handling protocols to ensure safe application across industries.
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