Company offers a broad range of nonionic surfactants. Alcohols, oils, fatty acids, amines and alkanol amides can be coupled with ethylene oxide and/or propylene oxide enabling the production of ethoxylates, propoxylates, and random and block co-polymers. Nonionics are applied in a wide variety of applications and their function is strongly dependent on the chemical composition. The choice of nonionic for a specific application is primarily determined by the hydrophilic/lipophilic balance (HLB). The HLB value dictates properties such as emulsification power, detergency, foaming, solubilisation and others.
Company offers alkoxylated oils and fatty acids, as well as alkyl polyglycol esters. These products are generally mild for skin and eyes and have good emulsifying, softening, lubricating and antistatic properties, making them useful as emulsifiers for essential oils, cosmetics, textile, leather, paper and agricultural products.
Amine polyglycol ethers are nonionic surfactants which exhibit a cationic character under acidic conditions.
These cationic properties can be tuned by the length of the hydrophilic polyglycol ether chain (amount of
EO) and offer valuable means for solving various industrial challenges.
Amine polyglycol ethers provide adhesion, antistatic, corrosion inhibiting and leveling properties, and are
therefore highly suitable to use in auxiliary products for various industries like agro, textile, oil-drilling metal
and industrial cleaning.
Company offers (ethoxylated) alkanolamides based on various fatty acids and monoethanolamine or
diethanolamine. The products based on diethanolamine can be subdivided into two groups:
Super-amides based on a 1:1 molar ratio of amine to fatty acid.
Kritchevsky amides based on a 2:1 molar ratio of amine to fatty acid. This type is better soluble in water.
Alkanolamides can be used as anti-static agents for plastics and as emulsifiers for detergents, mineral oils
and cosmetic formulations.
Imidazolines are thermally stable and easy to handle liquids. The un-neutralised imidazoline is soluble
in non-polar solvents and mineral oil, but only dispersible in aqueous systems. Due to the ability of
imidazolines to form cations they strongly absorb onto the negatively charged surfaces such as metals,
fibres, glass and minerals and thereby convert the hydrophilic surfaces to hydrophobic ones.
Imidazolines find main applications in adhesion agents for bitumen (heat stability) and corrosion inhibitor
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