Libranol: Non-Ionic Diethanolamides

 

Libranol: Non-Ionic Diethanolamides
About Libranol: Non-Ionic Amphoteric Surfactants

Rapseed DEA, or Rapeomine Diethanolamine. It is a diethanolmine made by reacting the mixture of fatty acids from Rapseed oil with diethanolamine. It is a vicious liquid it is used as a foaming stabilisation agent for bath products and in cosmetics as an emulsifying agent.

Why choose Libranol: Non-Ionic Amphoteric Surfactants?

Libranol is a range of Alkanolamide surfactants providing high detergency, moderate foam, excellent wetting and thickening properties and excellent lubricity, which is useful for lubricants, household and personal care.

Application areas include:

  • Hard surface cleaners
  • Degreasers
  • Waterless hand cleaners
  • Chain lubricants
  • Oil field applications (Oil Field Cementing, Oil Field Drilling Fluid, Oil Field Stimulation Fluids)
  • Cutting Fluids, Drawing Compounds
  • Textile and Synthetic Fibres
  • Textile Wetting
  • Waterless Hand Cleaners

Libranol product forms include:

  • Libranol CDG
  • Libranol CDE
  • Libranol RDG-LA

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