Emulsifying Agents: An Industrial Guide


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Due to the overall charge on an anionic emulsifier it provides additional electrostatic stabilisation. Highly efficient single surfactant emulsifier package for high electrolyte microemulsions Allows the formation of a microemulsion of methylated seed View product details. An oil-soluble anionic emulsifier for improved stability and blooming of formulations upon dilution Commonly used as part of a triangle screen The role of a non-ionic emulsifier is to emulsify the oil when the EC formulation is diluted with water in the spray tank.

It provides steric stabilisation and therefore improves stability. Non-ionic surfactants are frequently used in pairs: a low polarity partner and a high polarity partner to balance the polarity requirements of the oil phase. A high HLB emulsifier and adjuvant applicable for both built-in and tank mix applications The significantly reduced equilibrium surface tension A high HLB emulsifier and adjuvant applicable for both built-in and tank mix applications Improved performance identified with various hydrophilic A high HLB emulsifier and adjuvant applicable for both built-in and tank mix applications Strong all round performing adjuvant and strategic A low HLB polymeric emulsifier and non-aqueous dispersant with a unique star structure which provides exceptional stability As an emulsifier it is In some circumstances it is possible to use a single product.

This can make formulation development easier. If these single product solutions do not work then we recommend blending a high and low non-ionic emulsifier and an anionic emulsifier. A single emulsifier system for mineral and paraffinic oils It has low moisture content which acts to minimise antagonistic interactions with some A single non-phytotoxic emulsifier system for vegetable and closely related oils Can be incorporated with Brij L4 in problematic systems to aid In an EC formulation the active ingredient must be fully soluble in the carrier solvent.

If the active ingredient is solid, it will need to be dissolved in a solvent first. Seatons refined linseed oil is a simple and effective alternative to mineral oil It is non-flammable impurity free and has good compatibility with Seatons refined rapeseed oil is a simple and effective alternative to mineral oil It is non-flammable impurity free and has good compatibility with Acid Value: 1.

Saponification Value: 1. Small quantities will minimize irritation in alkaline emulsions. Saponification Value: 1 8 max. Iodine Value Hanus : 6 max. Saponification Value: 1 0 max. Melting Point: C Solubility: Soluble in hot alcohol. Soluble in hot oils sediment on cooling. Insoluble in water - forms emulsions with water in all proportions. It leaves a soft-nontacky after feel on the skin. Free Fatty Acids: 0.

These properties are used in shampoos, cream rinses, and hand lotions. It is chemically non-reactive. Saponification Value: 14 max. It is compatible with various ionic agents used in cosmetic and pharmaceutical formulations. Emolliency and dermal softening properties characterized by the presence of Lanolin, are retained for use in skin and hair products. Iodine Value Hanus : 14 max. Saponification Value: 20 max. Hydroxyl Value: CTFA: Ceteth Attributes: Since the product doesn't contain ester linkages, it is stable to many alkalies and acids beyond the pH range which ordinary emulsifiers would be expected to withstand.

It is nonionic in character and extremely stable over a wide pH range. The lipophilic emulsifier is a good solubilizer. Free Fatty Acid: 1. Hydroxyl Value: CTFA: Oleth Attributes: Since the product doesn't contain ester linkages, it is stable to many alkalies and acids beyond the pH range which ordinary emulsifiers would be expected to withstand. Moisture 8 : 3. CTFA: Polysorbate 65 Attributes: LAXAN ESR, being a surfactant in character, is very hydrophilic and is used as an emulsifier, for oil in water preparations, for dispersing or solubilizing oils as well as making anhydrous oil-based products water-soluble or washable.

These useful properties can be utilized in aqueous preparations as well as in powder products. It is compatible with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants. Hydroxyl Value: Saponification Value: It is compatible cationic and nonionic surfactants. It is compatible with nonionic, anionic and cationic surfactants. Acid Value: 13 Max. It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants. It is compatible with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants and has moderate electrolyte tolerance.

Hydroxyl Value: 9 6 - 1 0 8 saponification Value: Moisture, 8 : 3 Max. It is compatible with nonionic, anionic and cationic surfactants and has moderate electrolyte tolerance. It is suggested for skin and hair care products. Acid Value: 2 Max. It is compatible with cationic, nonionic and anionic surfactants and has moderate electrolyte tolerance.

O Acid Value: 2 Max. It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants and has moderate electrolyte tolerance.

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It is stable over a broad pH range and is compatible with nonionic, anionic and cationic surfactants. It is stable and active over a broad pH range and has good electrolyte tolerance.


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Applications: LIPOCOL L is a valuable cleansing agent and solubilizer for shampoos, bubble baths, liquid detergents and personal washing preparations. It is compatible with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants and has good electrolyte tolerance. Applications: Because of its high surface activity, LIPOCOL L is extensively used as a cleansing agent and solubilizer in acne scrubs, medicated shampoos, scalp treatment products and bubble baths. Hydroxyl Value: Moisture, 8 : 3 Max. Applications: Because of its high surface activity, LIPOCOL L Special is extensively used as a cleansing agent and solubilizer in acne scrubs, medicated shampoos, scalp treatment products and bubble baths.

It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants, has moderate electrolyte tolerance and is stable over the pH range normally encountered in cosmetics and toiletries. It is also a solubilizer for fragrances and other polar oils. Hydroxyl Value: Moisture, 8 : 1 Max. It is especially valuable in hair rinses and conditioners based on quaternary ammonium compounds where it provides opacity, increased body and lubricity.

It is compatible with cationic, anionic and nonionic surfactants and has good electrolyte tolerance. It has good electrolyte tolerance and is compatible with cationic, anionic and nonionic surfactants.

Emulsifying Agents - An Industrial Guide

It is suggested for bubble baths, shampoos and personal washing liquids. It is a nonionic emulsifier with an intermediate HLB. It is stable and active over a broad pH range and is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants. It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants and is stable and active over a broad pH range. It is a thickening agent for shampoos and creme rinses.

It is compatible with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants and has limited electrolyte tolerance. It can be used as the sole emulsifier for systems having required HLB values of 10 to It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants and has very good electrolyte tolerance. It is effective in formulations containing high concentrations of electrolytes or high fragrance levels. It is suggested where maximum wetting, dispersing or solubilizing are required. Saponification Value: Hydroxyl Value: Moisture, '5: 3 max.

It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants and has good electrolyte tolerance. It is an effective thickener for transparent shampoos and personal washing preparations. Saponification Value: Because it remains functional in systems containing high concentrations of polyvalent electrolytes, it is particularly suggested for antiperspirant and acid-mantle skin and hair care products.

In contrast to self-emulsifying waxes and absorption bases, LIPOCOL B is entirely surface active and contains no oils, fats, fatty alcohols, waxes or petrolatum. O Acid Value: 5 Max. It is suggested for creams, lotions, hair dressings, bath and body oils. It is a spreading and dispersing agent for bath and body oils. It is stable at neutral and mildly acidic and alkaline pH levels and is compatible with nonionic, anionic and cationic surfactants. It is recommended for use in hair care products, deodorant and antiperspirant sticks, creams, lotions and cream shampoos as a thickener or viscosity modifier.

It is compatible with anionic, nonionic and cationic surfactants and has poor to moderate electrolyte tolerance. It is also used as a thickening agent for shampoos and creme rinses. Saponification Value: Iodine Value: 10 Max. It is suggested for skin and hair care preparations and emulsified makeups.

They are compatible with nonionic, anionic and cationic surfactants. It has been made water-dispersible by the incorporation of a small amount of potassium laurate. It is compatible with anionic and nonionic surfactants. LIPO GMS is an emulsifier, plasticizer and conditioner for chewing gums, caramels, coffee whiteners, whipped toppings, shortenings and baked goods.

It is compatible with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants and has exceptional electrolyte tolerance. LIPOMULSE is an especially valuable emulsifier for neutral or acid mantle creams and lotions and for antiperspirants or other products containing high concentrations of electrolytes. Iodine Value: 3 Max. Hydroxyl Value: Saponification Value: 8 Max. Consistency can be varied simply by adjusting the concentration.

Saponification Value: 14 Max. Iodine Value: 2 Max. Saponification Value: 5 Max. Saponification Value: 1 Max. Melting Range, C :. Consistency can be varied by adjusting the concentration. Saponification Value: 1 4 Max. Melting Point, C: It is stable and active over a broad pH range and has excellent electrolyte tolerance.

This is a biodegradable additive that offers unique solubility characteristics in both water and oil. This is a biodegradable additive that offers unique solubility character istics in both water and oil. By adding a small amount of water to soluble oils containing EMULAMID AD, it is possible to form a stable thixotropic gel that will suspend insoluble solids such as powdered graphite. When used in Synthetic and Semi-synthetic coolants, EMULAMID TO can serve as a primary or secondary emulsifier, while also improving boundary lubrication, wetting action, cooling capabilities and corrosion protection of the fluid.

O 0l Appearance and consistency: heavy, clear, brown oil MAYSOL Emulsifier Base is an economically priced emulsifier concentrate for the formulator who demands maximum emulsion stability at the lowest possible price. MAYSOL utilizes three distinctly different types of emulsifier in a synergistic combination that imparts excellent soluble oil mix stability in both hard and soft waters.

Natural foam inhibitors allow for efficient wetting action with optimum foam control. Rust control is provided by a semi-polar rust inhibitor system that assures the protection of your customers' valuable machine tools. Total Alkalinity as KOH : 2 9. Custom variations can also be made on special order. The products are almost colorless, odorless, and are very mild to the skin. Their unusual performance properties stem from their novel composition in which the sulfonate group is attached terminally to a polyoxyethylene chain of varying length.

Acid and alkaline cleaners and degreasers, metal pickling baths, surface preparation for electroplating, cleaners and rinses for printed circuit boards. USDA approved dairy and food cleaners, disinfectant cleaners, automatic dishwash detergents Enhanced oil recovery processes including CO2 and alkaline flooding , textile scouring, fiber processing, agricultural chemical emulsification, paper and pulp processing aids, water-based inks Emulsion polymerization of acrylic copolymer systems for use as coatings, polishes, sealants, textile finishes and adhesives.

The ether linkages are manufactured by polymerizing ethylene oxide on a hydrophobic oil soluble base. As the number of ether linkages increase on the hydrophobic base, the capability for hydrogen bonding with water increases, giving greater water solubility. The number of moles of ethylene oxide on the hydrophobic base is expressed numerically at the end of the product name.

They are useful dispersants, solubilizers and coupling agents in cosmetic, textile, metalworking, household, industrial and various diversified areas. HLB Value: Their unique emulsifying characteristics produce emulsions of superior stability and esthetic quality under a wide range of acidic and alkaline conditions. This makes them compatible with either strong alkali or acid systems and with commonly used surfactants. MAFO Surfactants are biodegradable, tolerate hard water and have a chelating action which clarifies many systems.

They act as solubilizers for difficult materials, such as phenolic germicides and phosphated alcohols and tolerate high levels of inorganic salts. MAFO Surfactants provide mild substantive properties under essentially neutral conditions which result in emolliency, or softening, of the skin. They offer graduated hydrophilic to lipophilic surface active properties, which make them useful as primary and secondary nonionic surfactants, with stability over a wide range of formulating conditions.

The MAPEG esters in the range of 2 0 0 to 1 5 4 0 molecular weight are the most versatile in regard to emulsification properties. In addition to being effective emulsifiers, the MAPEG esters are highly emollient and are excellent solubilizers in bath oils and fragrance compositions. They provide washability in anhydrous formulations such as hair preparations and ointments. Their basic uses are for thickening, emulsification, foam boosting and rust inhibition, for a wide range of products including: liquid detergents, shampoos and industrial lubricants.

These products are essentially cationic in nature; however, with increasing ethylene oxide content, these products become nonionic in character. MAZEEN Surfactants have applications as insecticide and herbicide emulsifiers, antistatic agents, rewetting agents, grease additives, textile lubricants, and as emulsifiers in lubricants, water based inks and cosmetic formulations. These esters are excellent emulsifiers for dietitic, bakery and confectionery food products, cosmetics, toiletries, pharmaceuticals, lubricants, mold release compounds and in plasticizers for synthetic fabrics and plastics.

MAZOL Glycerol and Polyglycerol Esters are non-toxic and are easily metabolized to glycerol and fatty acids by human and animal ingestion. The usage of these esters is approved and regulated under Title 21, CFR They are designated with a "K" in the product name. HLB Value: 1. They are dispersible in water and soluble in mineral oils, low molecular weight, aromatic solvents, alcohols and ketones.

These emulsifiers find uses in agricultural pesticide and herbicide formulations, emulsion polymerization, metalworking lubricants, and die-cast lubricants. In acidic solutions, amine oxides are mildly cationic. They are also fully biodegradable and compatible with all types of surfactants, such as anionics, cationics, nonionics and amphoterics. The unique surface active characteristics of conditioning, emolliency, emulsification, foam boosting and viscosity building of the MAZOX Amine Oxides make these compounds the prime choice in applications ranging from cosmetics and toiletries to household and industrial uses.

They find use as antistats, textile softeners, lubricants, process defoamers, opacifiers, and co-emulsifiers. Together with the T-MAZ series of surfactants, they are very desirable as oil in water emulsifers for cosmetics, food formulations, industrial oils and household products. They are used individually or with the S-MA2 series of products to cover a wide range of oil in water and water in oil emulsification systems.

Individually, they are excellent solubilizers of essential oils, wetting agents, viscosity modifiers, antistats, stabilizers and dispersing agents. They are used to prepare numerous products in the food, cosmetic, drug, textile and metalworking industries. This aryl polyoxyether combines low foaming and high surface tension properties making it especially useful as a dispersant for latex paint and textile printing systems. It also offers advantages as a fiber finish component, a dispersant for degreasing solvents used in cleaning textile materials and metals; and as a scouring aid to improve crockfastness of naphthol dyed cellulosics.

The SYN FAC series are unique dispersantfemulsifiers for dispersing all types of pigments, insecticides, solvents, and cleaning compounds. SYN FAC is a polyoxyaryl ether formulated to provide an efficient economical nonionic dispeersant for all types of pigments. It is also recommended in other applications where an excellent low foaming emulsifier-dispersant is required. O Hydroxyl N. Its principal difference is that it has a higher HLB and thus gives greater color development. Advantages: SYN FAC will produce much improved color development with most organic pigments than conventional nonionics such as nonyl or octyl phenol ethoxylates.

In addition it is somewhat less foaming than conventional nonionics. Its primary use is in dispersing organic pigments; however, it is also recommended in other applications where low viscosity dispersions are required. It is especially recommended for use in the dye industry for solubilizing and dyes, pigments and optical brighteners.

C15 Average molecular weight: approx. Antistatic: Emulsifier K30 used as a polymerization emulsifier gives very good antistatic effect.

Function: Provides a stable, finely dispersed emulsion, prevents moisture loss "weeping". Function: Stabilizes and disperses fat particles, improves whitening. Function: Prevents stickiness, improves texture, reduces scorching. Function: Improves texture in reconstituted potato products, prevents stickiness during dehydration. Function: Extends shelf life, improves softness. TBHQ and citric acid have been added to ensure product quality. It may be labeled in a finished food as "monoglyceride. Iodine Value: 11 0 Approx.

Free Glycerine: 1. FDA Clearance Function: Stable, finely dispersed emulsion, prevents moisture loss "weeping". Function: Starch complexing to improve texture in reconstituted potato products. Function: Starch complexing, softening, extend shelf life. Function: Prevent stickiness, improve cutting and mouth release, improve gloss with fine crystal structure. Function: Eliminate oil separation, reduce stickiness, improve flavor and high temperature stability for processing and storage.

It is concentrated and should be used at one-half the level of ordinary hydrates. VERV can be used in whipped toppings at a level up to 0. VERV is also used as a conditioning agent in dehydrated potatoes at a level up to 0. A kosher-certified grade is available. It may be labeled as "sodium stearoyl lactylate. It is also used as an emulsifier and conditioning agent in a variety of processed foods. Applications: Bread Typical Use Levels: oz. Function: Improves sheeting and release, provides tolerance in rehydration, reduces stickiness. Function: Emulsifies and stabilizes fat; improves whitening.

Function: Stabilizes emulsion, improves texture and appearance. Function: Emulsifies fat; aids aeration; improves texture. BHA and citric acid have been added to retain freshness. A kosher-certified version is available. It provides increased hydration and improved functionality of the monoglyceride in new and existing food systems. Applications: Pasta Typical Use Levels: 0. Function: Improves tolerance and freezefthaw stability, increases firmness, minimizes stickiness and clumping.

Applications: Cereal Typical Use Levels: 0. Function: Reduces stickiness, improves extrusion and texture. In the leather and textile industries, they are used as components in lubricants, softeners, and dye carriers, and as co-emulsifiers for synthetic fiber spin finishes. Industrial applications include uses as lubricants, rust preventatives, and mold release agents. This versatile ester is also a component for industrial lubricants and lubricant softeners for textiles.

HLB: 3. This product is not recommended for applications where color is a critical parameter. HLB: 3 9. Form 25C: Solid M P It is used in various cosmetic creams and lotions. HLB: 5 1. It is used as a component in mold release agents, a vehicle for agricultural insecticides, an anti-icing fuel additive, and a rust preventive additive for compounded oils.

It is used in the textile industry as a lubricant component in synthetic fiber spin finishes. HLB: 3 4. Form 25C: Liquid Pour Pt. Applications in water-inoil emulsions or industrial lubricants are suggested. When emulsified, it is an excellent lubricant for metals, leather and textiles. Sulfated GTO is used as a softener in the leather and textile industries. HLB: 0 6. It can be directly substituted for castor oil to wet pigment more rapidly for faster dispersions. HLB: 6. EMID Alkanolamides are based on coconut and other selected fatty acids. They are used as foam boosting and stabilizing agents and as thickeners in a variety of formulations including shampoos, detergents, bubble baths, rug cleaners and general purpose industrial cleaners.

EMID Coconut Monoethanolamide is a foam stabilizer and thickener for shampoos, liquid detergents and rug cleaners. EMID also serves as a foam suppressant in dye carrier and solvent emulsions. In the textile industry it is used as a fulling and scouring agent. They are frequently used as the principal emulsifier for emulsifiable industrial processing and finishing oils. Additionally, these type products are established as important textile chemicals where they are used as fiber antistats, fiber-yarn lube components, and as functional emulsifiers in fabric finishing softeners.

Product Name: -EMSORB POE 2 0 Sorbitan Monooleate, a hydrophilic emulsifier, functions as a co-emulsifier for petroleum oils, fats, solvents and waxes in household products, industrial lubricants and textile dye carriers. It is also used a s a dispersant for pigments in coatings, a solubilizer for oils and fragrances, and as an emulsifier for aliphatic alcohols in tobacco sucker control concentrates. EMSORB also serves as a lubricant and highly efficient emulsifier for oils used in textile processing and finishing, glass fiber lubricants, and automotive lubricant additives.

It is a good fiber-to-metal textile lubricant and is used as a co-emulsifier with EMSORB in paraffin wax emulsions for textiles, paper and wallboard coatings. It is also used as an emulsifier in household products. It also functions as a fiber-to-metal lubricant for synthetic and cellulosic fibers and yarns. HLB: 9 0. Form 25C: Solid M. Because of its lubricating and softening properties, it is useful as a component in textile processing and finishing compounds. Its balanced oil and water solubility permit it to be used as a primary emulsifier.

High water solubility enhances its ability to solubilize petroleum solvents. In the textile industry it is used as an emulsifier for dye carriers, as an antistatic scrooping agent in primary spin finishes, and as a fiber processing aid. EMSORB Sorbitan Fatty Acid Esters are lipophilic emulsifiers and coupling agents serving as integral components of emulsifiable industrial mold release agents, textile fiber and yarn lubricants, and textile finishing softeners.

They are widely used as surfactants and functional components in many kinds of industrial and household products. It can be used with water soluble emulsifiers in formulating clear emulsifiable concentrates of petroleum oils and waxes, natural fats and waxes, and alkyl esters. Small amounts will usually clarify couple such concentrates. Its oil solubility makes it a effective coupling agent and co-emulsifier for mineral EMSORB is used in the processing and softening of and leather. Suggested applications as a co-emulsifier include industrial oils, household products and cosmetics.

As a textile lubricant, it helps reduce fiber-to-metal friction. HLB: 5. EMSORB Sorbitan Monopalmitate, an oil soluble waxy emulsifier, is used in cosmetic and household products and is a superior fiber-to-metal lubricant for synthetic and cellulosic fibers. Suggested uses include emulsifier systems for oils, fats, and solvents in household specialties, industrial oils, cosmetics and emulsion polymerization HLB: 8.

It is almost odor-free and is very light in color. It is nearly odor-free and is very light in color. Quantum's ethoxylated fatty acids and polyethylene glycol PEG fatty acid esters are nonionic, specialized, mono and diesters of various fatty acids. These products, made either by ethoxylation or by esterification with polyethylene glycol, have a wide range of surfactant properties. They provide lubricity and softening as components in a variety of formulated industrial and textile processing oils, and are useful as functional emulsifiers in textile fabric finishing softeners.

They are generally strong emulsifiers of fats, oils and solvents, and are widely used as emulsifiers in textile, industrial and household products, as well as in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other high-purity end uses. A number of these products meet the requirements for use as indirect food additives under conditions described in CFR Title It is also an excellent co-emulsifier and coupling agent for many formulations.

It is used as a defoamer in water base coatings, a viscosity depressant in vinyl plastisols, a viscosity control additive in hair rinse formulations, and as a paper softener. It also functions as a viscosity control agent for plastisols.

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This hydrophilic surfactant is also used as a dispersant in pigment grinding, as a solubilizer for oils and solvents, and as an anti-block agent in vinyls. In textile fiber processing, it imparts fiber-to-fiber cohesion and fiber-to-metal lubrication. In the textile industry it serves as a coupler and lubricant in synthetic fiber spin finishes. It serves as an excellent lubricant. It is used as a lubricant in the leather industry and as a napping softener in the textile industry, providing scroop and fiber-to-metal lubricity.

It imparts softening and lubricating properties to textiles and leather. This waxy lipophilic surfactant is also used as a thickening agent and stabilizer for starch coatings on paper, and as a water dispersible paper size. Textile applications include its use as a component in softeners and self-emulsifying lubricants. In starch solutions, it acts as an antigellant. It is used as an emulsifier for glycerol monostearate and other waxy esters in the production of concentrated, pourable textile lubricants and softeners, and as a stabilizer and antigellant for starch solutions.

Other applications include its use as a nonabrasive coating for glass bottles. It is also used as a viscosity modifier and as a softener or plasticizer in acrylic or vinyl resin emulsions. It can be used as a component in fiber lubricants, textile fiber processing aids and concentrated liquid fabric softeners. It also softens and lubricates leather during tanning.

It is used as a self-emulsifying component in formulating textile softeners. In the textile industry it is used in the formulation of specialty detergents and dyeing assistants. It is a l s o used as an emulsifier for neatsfoot oil in leather fat liquoring and as a rewetting agent for paper. It is also used as an emulsifier for neatsfoot oil in leather fat liquoring and as a rewetting agent for paper. It functions as an emulsifier in specialty lubricants, as a dye leveling agent in textiles, and as a major component in systems used for the acid washing of printed circuit boards.

EMEREST is also used in the emulsification of latex paints, metalworking fluids, solvents, and specialty and industrial lubricants. Detergency is improved by incorporating conventional phosphate builders. It is used in the textile industry as a leveling agent for package and skein dyeing and in soaping off vat and naphthol dyeings.


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They provide detergency and wetting in specialty cleaners for the institutional, industrial, household, and textile markets. They are also used as textile dyeing assistants, and are versatile emulsifiers for use in industrial, textile, and consumer specialty products.

The strong penetrating properties of these products suggest their selective use in agricultural chemicals. It is used as a penetrant for yarn and other fabrics in atmospheric and pressure dyeing systems, and in resin pad-bath applications. It is also used as a "wetter" for fire fighting, particularly of forest fires. TRYCOL provides low re-wetting properties making it useful as a padbath penetrant in water and grease repellent applications. It is also a good emulsifier for polyethylene emulsions used in water repellent applications HLB: It is also used as an intermediate in the manufacture of anionic surfactants by sulfation or phosphation.

Being a moderately low foamer, it is useful as an emulsifier and detergent in degreasers and cutting oils. It is also excellent for low temperature wool scouring. It is useful as a foam builder and solubilizer for alkyl aryl sulfonates, essential oils, aromatic solvents, fats, and waxes. It is also used as a rewetter for paper towels, as a raw wool detergent, and a versatile co-emulsifier for aromatic and aliphatic solvents.

Viscosity cSt F: In textile applications, TRYCOL is used as an acid dye leveling agent and as a wet processing detergent exhibiting foam stabilizing properties. TRYCOL POE 4 Lauryl Alcohol functions as a co-emulsifier for silicone in cleaner polishes and mold release agents, and as an all purpose oil and fat emulsifier in industrial lubricants. For textile applications, this biodegradable, oilsoluble, water-dispersible ether is used as an emulsifier for mineral oil in lubricants such as coning oils.

When sulfated, it forms a high-foaming anionic surfactant. It is a general purpose nonionic surfactant with many diverse applications. It is used as a co-emulsifier for silicone in cleaner polishes and mold release agents, and as a solvent emulsifier for textile dye carriers. It is used as a component in dyeing assistants and as a low-foaming solvent emulsifier in textile dye carriers.

It acts as a stabilizer in natural and synthetic latices, and is used as a wax emulsifier in coatings for citrus fruits. TRYCOL Ethoxylated Lauryl Alcohol is used as a general purpose, low foaming emulsifier, and is especially useful for mineral oils and dye carriers. They are used as dispersants, solubilizers, coupling agents, wetting agents, leveling agents and dyeing assistants.


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  • A strongly hydrophilic dispersing and wetting agent, its major application is as a primary emulsifier in emulsion polymerization of acrylic and vinyl monomers. HLB: 4 6. It is also used as an emulsifier in emulsion polymerization and as an emulsifying agent for fats, oils, and waxes. Its properties and applications are generally the same, but the liquid form makes it more practical for some applications. It is a co-emulsifier for fats, waxes, and oils, as well as an effective wetting agent in solutions of electrolytes. It can be used as a stabilizer for synthetic fabrics.

    TRYCOL POE 8 Dinonylphenol, a moderately lipophilic emulsifier and foam control agent, is useful as an emulsifier for polar and non-polar solvents, as a spreading agent in pigment printing, and as a post-stabilizer in emulsion polymerization. TRYCOL is also used as an intermediate in the synthesis of anionic surfactants, as an emulsifier in textile jet dye carrier applications and as a surfactant component in acidic cleaners, aerosols, insecticides and wax emulsions. It is a strongly hydrophilic emulsifier, dispersing and wetting agent. Its liquid form makes it more practical in applications such as controlled suds component in built, heavy duty detergents, hard surface cleaners, alkaline bottle washing compounds and dairy detergents.

    It may also be used as a dispersing and wetting agent for pesticides. Textile uses include an emulsifier for flaked biphenyl dye carriers, a detergent component and leveling agent for acid, cationic and premetalized dyeings of wool and acrylic fibers. The salts of these phosphate esters, made by neutralizing the free acid form with different alkalies are used as emulsifiers, wetting agents, detergents, antistats, metal lubricants, corrosion inhibitors, agricultural adjuvants and hydrotropes.

    It is a good detergent and oily soil emulsifier in built liquid detergents. End-use properties depend on the salt formed when the product is neutralized. Various salts are excellent emulsifiers for aliphatic and aromatic solvents. Industrially, it is used as an emulsifier for chlorinated hydrocarbons in heavy duty cleaners and alkalitolerant detergents, and as a component in metalworking compounds. In the textile industry it is used as an emulsifier and detergent in solvent scouring, as an emulsifier for dye carriers, as a scouring agent for cotton goods, and as an antistat in processing oils for natural and synthetic fibers.

    In addition to its excellent surface active properties, it can also be used as a polymer emulsification stabilizer. In the conversion of starches in textile desizing, TRYFAC acts as a detergent and wetting agent, and does not interfere with enzymatic action. In the textile industry it is used as an emulsifier in low foaming dye carrier systems, and in solvent scouring systems. It is also an excellent emulsifier for various flame retardants. It is a good solvent emulsifier for textile scours, detergents, and for pesticide formulations.

    It is stable in alkaline built liquid detergent formulations and tolerates salts. It is a drycleaning detergent and is also used in emulsion polymerization. It does not discolor in contact with solid caustic. It is a detergent, dispersant, and wetting agent stable in dilute caustic solutions. Among its uses are fabric preparation, hard surface cleaning, and antistatic protection of fibers. It is very hydrophilic, featuring good tolerance to electrolytes and caustic solutions. It has good antistatic properties, is an anticorrosive and dispersant.

    It serves as an intermediate in the synthesis of fatty acid esters and improves the pourability and clarity of high solid "clear concentrate" surfactant solutions. It functions as an emulsifier for oil based metal lubricants and textile processing aids and is a superior emulsifier component for aliphatic and aromatic solvents in low foaming textile dye carriers.

    Its balanced solubility properties make it useful in various systems and in some instances can be used as the primary emulsifier. They are used as emulsifiers, dispersants, rewetting agents, solubilizers, lubricants, softeners, antistatic agents, latex stabilizers, leather processing auxiliaries, and dyeing assistants for textiles, paper and leather.

    In water-based paints, it aids the dispersion of pigment slurries and improves gloss and freeze-thaw resistance. Textile uses include foam control and emulsification in low foaming dye carriers. It is used as a co-emulsifier for metalworking oils and hydraulic fluids. In textiles it is used as a component in leveling and dispersing agents for vat and naphthol dyes, and as a co-emulsifier for rayon delustrants and fiber lubricants.

    It is recommended for the formulation of soluble oils, cutting fluids, and fiber finishes. It is used as a degreaser, emulsifier, and lubricant in fat liquoring formulas, as a viscosity and emulsion stabilizer for polyvinyl acetate and water-based paints, and as an emulsifier and dispersing agent for urethane foams and polyester resins. In textile applications it is used as a co-emulsifier in fabric softener and dye carrier systems, as a dyeing assistant, and as an emulsifier in synthetic fiber lubricants.

    It is a lubricant and softener for textiles and leather. It also acts as a versatile co-emulsifier with anionic emulsifiers in formulating textile dye carriers based on aromatic and aliphatic solvents. It is also used as an emulsifier for hydrophobic glycerides and sorbitan esters in blended lubricants for fibers and yarns. It is an excellent emulsifier for castor oil and provides lubricity and softness in fabric softeners and aerosol fabric sprays. It is a good co-emulsifier in dye carrier solvent systems and for lanolin. They are used as wetting and penetrating agents, and are substantive to a wide variety of substrates, e.

    The products are also effective emulsifiers, dispersants, solubilizers, antistats, lubricants and corrosion inhibitors. TRYMEEN POE 8 Tallow Amine is a moderately low foaming emulsifier for mineral oil, waxes, solvents, and vegetable oils and contributes to the wetting, lubricating, and softening properties of the end product. It is used as a solvent emulsifier for low-foaming dye carriers, as a dyeing assistant, and as a cationic emulsifier for polyethylene textile softeners.

    TRYMEEN is also an intermediate for quaternary ammonium compounds and a versatile antistat for processing synthetic fibers. It is also an anti-precipitant, leveling, and migrating agent in various dyeing procedures, and an antistat in carpet shampoos. It is also used as a dyeinq assistant and as a stabilizer for natural and synthetic latices to prevent coagulation by acids. In latex rubber compounding it is used to emulsify stearic acid and to prevent premature coagulation in mild acid or salt baths. Textile applications include use as a lubricant for fiberglass and as a leveling agent for acid, cationic and disperse dyeings.

    It functions as an antiprecipitant in cross dyeing, and as a mild stripping agent and dye leveler for acid dyes. It is a very strong retarder of acidic, disperse, and premetallized dyestuffs. In the leather industry, it is used as an emulsifier for tanning chemicals. Textile uses include resin bath penetrants, polymer stabilizers, solvent scour emulsifiers, and enzyme bath penetrants.

    It is also used in cold water scours for felted fabrics. In this application, it exhibits good detergency and excellent rinsability. It is also used as an emulsifier for solvent scouring.

    Emulsions: properties, types and emulsifying agents

    This hydrophilic, anionic, general-purpose emulsifier is effective for a wide range of aliphatic and aromatic solvents including stoddard solvent, kerosene, xylene, and chlorinated solvents. It finds applications in industrial, institutional and consumer detergents. In the textile industry, it is used in scouring, wetting and penetrating operations where low foam is required. It is also a co-emulsifier for solvents in solvent and dye carriers. The hydrophobe is derived from stearic acid.

    The hydrophile is derived from hydroxydiamine. Typical Properties: Color: Gardner 3 Odor: Very slight amine odor Equivalent weight: Solubility: Insoluble in water, dispersible as the amine salt. The resulting acid creams and lotions are extremely tolerant of salt and compatible with most cationic ingredients. The presence of the hydrophobic cationic emulsifier lends a smooth, velvety feel to the skin even after the finished product is rinsed off.

    The amount of acid used is partly dependent on the final desired pH. The equivalent weight of may be used to determine a stoichiometric amount of the appropriate acid. Once , depending upon raised to 6. Add the preferred acid to the water phase. Add oil phase to the water phase. Add the premix to either the oil or water phase of a cream or lotion formula. Good oil solubilizer and solvent systems.

    Good for baby shampoos and personal care products. Water dispersible. Good for stick and soap preparations. CATIMULS allows coating of a wide variety of aggregate types including: limestone, volcanic materials, laterite materials, sands, granite, silicious materials etc. The product is especially suited for applications in warm to very hot climates which can be either humid or dry.

    Before use, the emulsifier must be neutralized with an acid, normally hydrochloric acid. In the preparation of the soap solution, it is necessary to first acidify the heated water F with hydrochloric acid before adding the emulsifier. At room temperature, they are high purity, colorless liquids or pastes and resemble fatty alcohols in chemical behavior. NEODOL alcohols can be used in a wide variety of end uses including derivative applications requiring detergency and foaming.

    They can be superior in some cases to corresponding Ziegler or natural fatty alcohol analogs. NEODOL ethoxylate nonionic surfactants consist of a variety of products which vary in both alcohol and ethylene oxide chain lengths, and provide a wide range of physical and surfactant properties. They are excellent wetting agents, emulsifiers and detergents, and are moderate foamers. EO groupslalcohol, molelmole, avg. Typical Analysis: Cloud Acid No. Iodine No. This is an excellent emulsifier for oils and emulsion systems.

    It is low foam. It is water dispersible. It is not a polyethylene glycol ester. It is soluble in paraffinic oils. It has a low freezing point. It is non-gelling. The product is used in additives for lube and industrial oils, fuels, specialty oils and greases. Has application in additives for lube and industrial oils, fuel oil, undercoating and greases.

    Viscosity SSU : Ba 8 : It is used as a detergent and rust inhibitor component in lube oil additives, in rust preventive formulations and as an emulsifier for water in oil systems. Very high in molecular weight. Widely used as a detergent and rust inhibitor components in lubricating oil additives and in rust preventive formulations.

    Sulfonate: Description: Sonneborn sodium petroleum sulfonate oil-soluble alkylaryl natural petroleum sulfonates are characterized by different molecular weights. Melting Point C: Used in creams, lotions, anti-perspirants, hair care products and sun screens. Glycerol Monostearate S E. Recommended for use in oil-in-water emulsions that are in the pH range of 5 to 9. Recommended for low pH 3 to 5. Used as emulsifier, self-emulsifying cream base, hair and skin conditioner. Good electrolyte stability.

    Acid Value Max. Melting Point C: 20 Effective water-in-oil emulsifier. Used in bath oil as emollient and spreading agent, in makeup as pigment dispersant and in vanishing and moisturizing cream to impart slip. In addition to its emulsifier function, Glycerol Monolaurate can impart a lasting emollient feel to formulations. It also functions as a bodying agent and emulsion stabilizer in those systems. Suggested for use when no additional viscosity response is desired such as high-solids formulations. Also imparts a soft, smooth skin feel to formulations.

    Imparts a luxurious emolliency and adds body to those formulations. Also functions as auxiliary emulsifier and opacifier. Imparts a soft, velvety skin feel to cosmetic products. Non-toxic and non-irritants. Viscosity modifiers, emollients, opacifiers, spreading agents, wetting and dispersing agents. Suggested applications include hair rinses, skin creams and lotions. Used as a cationic emulsifier. Physical Form: Liquid These products possess pronounced conditioning, softening, and emolliency characteristics.

    Also, impart viscosity and foam enhancement. Chemical Type: Esters produced from fatty acids, glycerine and other mono- and polyfunctional acids and alcohols Major Industrial Applications: Plastics, lubricants, cosmetics, emulsifiers, filter-tip plasticisers, foundry binders, natural oil substitutes, synthetic lubricants Oleates : ESTOL 1 4 0 0 methyl oleate: Acid value: 1. Saponification value: 76 Iodine value: 1.

    O Saponification value: Iodine value: 1. O Saponification value: 2 0 5 - 2 0 9 Iodine value: 0. Relative density: 1. It is used as an oil-soluble surfactant and lubricant in a number of industrial products. It finds extensive application in cosmetic products, metal processing compounds, dry cleaning bases, paints and insecticide compositions. It may also be used in other processes where a fine powder is required for dispersion. Its fine particle size allow it to disperse directly in both continuously and conventionally processed bread.

    It is particularly applicable where physical characteristics of the finished product requires that the emulsifier system be liquid. Provides lubricity to shaving cream lotions and cosmetic creams. Iodine Value: 6 Min. It is hydrophilic in nature, with an HLB of approximately 1 3. Its chemical properties and compatibility with other materials make it an important ingredient in the manufacture of various types of specialty products. Principal Uses: DURFAX 60 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate is used in a number of cosmetic, toiletries and household products such as hand creams, shaving creams, deodorant creams and waterless hand cleaners.

    It is also used in industrial applications such as insecticide formulations, chemical dispersions and many others. Form: Liquid Acid Value: 2. Hydroxyl Value: 81 HLB: It is used in hair shampoos; lotions; aerosol shave creams; as an anti-fog agent in plastics and aerosol furniture polishes. Typical Data: Acid Value: 3 0 Max. Applications: DURLAC lOOW is a very good alpha-tending emulsifier that is capable of bringing about an agglomeration of fat globules, which promotes the formation of good and stable aerated products. Typical Data: Acid Value: 5 0 Max.

    Unlike other such emulsifiers, DUR-LO is low in alpha mono content and relatively high in diglyceride content. Functionally, it can replace all or part of the shortening content in cake mixes, cookies, icings, and numerous vegetable dairy products. It also can reduce calories in these products. EC Emulsifier system for prepared cake mixes, cakes, cookies and shorteningsEC is an emulsifier system designed for use in prepared cake mixes, cakes, cookies and shortenings. This emulsifier system improves moisture retention, improves air incorporation, provides fine grain, good tenderness, and improved volume in finished cakes.

    The EC system permits ease of handling in incorporating into cake mixes. This one ingredient provides the advantages of several emulsifiers when added to cake mixes. Value: Hyd. Value: FDA Ref. Applications: SANTONE S XTR can be used with various ingredients to formulate an unlimited number of low-density, shelf-stable products: candy centers, fillings, toppings, spreads, and meltable ingredients in semi-prepared foods.

    TALLY products are composed of mono- and diglycerides and ethoxylated mono- and diglycerides. They are specifically designed as economical dough conditioners and softeners in yeast-raised baked goods. They provide tolerance to mixing variation, excellent resistance to shock after proofing, improved volume, and superior softening properties.

    Each of these products possess the above mentioned advantages. Also ideal for those types of bread manufacture where a plastic product is desired. Patent No. INDULIN C : Highly effective anionic stabilizer with excellent dispersant qualities for "oil in water'' type asphalt emulsions, where rosin and fatty acid soaps are used as the primary emulsifier. Also can be used as a stabilizer in medium or rapid-setting grades of asphalt emulsions, and as a retarder in quick-setting anionic emulsions.

    Forms a stable asphalt emulsion which minimizes storage and shipping problems and is effective with most types of emulsion-based asphalts. Also for slurry seal applications. Its high purity ensures stability and consistency in the polymer and its fluidity increases handling safety and energy savings by lowering minimum handling temperatures.

    Its fluidity, compatibility, and heat stable properties also make it suitable for use as a shortstop in various solution polymers. Resin 90 can be used as a plasticizer and tackifier in any application requiring a low softening point, stabilized rosin. Its fluidity, compatibility, and heat stable properties also make it suitable for use as a shortstop in various solution polymers, where it provides tack and stability to the finished polymer. This versatility enables the synthetic rubber producer to use one basic tackifier in both emulsion polymerization polymers and solution polymers.

    Used primarily as an emulsifier in the polymerization of styrene and butadiene for synthetic tire rubber, and other applications requiring a blend of catalytically stabilized fatty acids and rosin acids. HLB about General Performance Characteristics: Gives small latex particle size and stable monomer emulsiions and polymer latices with low coagulum. Produces best results of surfactants tested in model styrene and vinyl acrylic systems.

    Stable at high temperatures and over a wide pH range. Has low interfacial tension with many monomers and adds good wetting properties to latices.

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    General Performance Characteristics: Range of ethylene oxide adducts provides good long-term stability without the use of nonionics. Provide moderately large particle-size latices with broad distribution and improved water resistance of film. Best performance exhibited at a pH between 4 and Has excellent "preemulsion" stability. Dual charge provides good buffering properties. Has good buffering properties, good monomer emulsion and latex long-term stability. As a cosurfactant improves compatibility with filler and pigment.

    Improves surface wetting. Has very low surface and interfacial tension. Aids in formation of small particle-size latices. Terminal hydroxyl may enhance crosslinking. Stable to hydrolysis at high temperatures and wide pH range. Acts as a plasticizer. Chemical Name Methyl oleate Methyl palmitate Methyl stearate Microcrystalline wax Mixed base phosphate ester Mono and diester laurates, stearates and oleates Mono- and diglycerides Mono- and diglycerides Mono- and diglycerides Mono-diglycerides Monoglycerides.

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