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Non-ionic

A non-ionic surfactant is a molecule that does not dissociate in water by releasing a counter ion like anionic, cationic or amphoterics. They are often the backbone of the formulation and can be divided into many sub-groups.

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Alcohol ethoxylates

Alcohol ethoxylates

Heliwet FA 10

Heliwet FA 10

The Heliwet FA 10 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of C10. This short alcohol results in rapid moistening and is typified by a characteristic odour. As a result of the short-start alcohol, no gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water.

Heliwet FA 10 - products

Heliwet FA 91

Heliwet FA 91

The Heliwet FA 91 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of iso-C10. The compact, branched structure of the alcohol results in more rapid moistening than with a comparable chain length. As a result of the short-start alcohol, no gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water.

Heliwet FA 91 - products

Heliwet FA 13

Heliwet FA 13

The Heliwet FA 13 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of iso-C13. The branched structure makes this a suitable foundation for the production of (micro-) emulsions, in combination with anionic or other non-ionic products. Due to the length of the alcohol, a gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water. This property can be used to increase the viscosity of the formulation.

Heliwet FA 13 - products

Heliwet FA 24

Heliwet FA 24

The Heliwet FA 24 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of C12/C14. The fatty alcohol has a linear structure and is obtained from palm kernels and/or coconut oil. Due to the length of the alcohol, a gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water. This property can be used to increase the viscosity of the formulation.

Heliwet FA 24 - products

Heliwet FA 35

Heliwet FA 35

The Heliwet FA 35 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of C12/C15. Due to the length of the alcohol, a gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water. This property can be used to increase the viscosity of the formulation.

Heliwet FA 35 - products

Heliwet FA 68

Heliwet FA 68

The Heliwet FA 68 series is a range of non-ionic tensioactive products obtained by ethoxylation of a saturated alcohol with an average chain length of C16/C18. The fatty alcohol has a linear structure and is obtained primarily from palm oil. Due to the length of the alcohol, a gel phase is formed when mixing or dispersing in water. This property can be used to increase the viscosity of the formulation.

Heliwet FA 68 - products

Heliwet OC

Heliwet OC

Heliwet OC - products

NP's

Castoroil ethoxylated

Castoroil ethoxylated

The only vegetable oil with free hydroxyl groups in the fatty acid chain is castor oil. These free OH groups allow for the production of a range of emulsifiers and solubilisers.

Castoroil ethoxylated - products

(P)EG esters

Amides

Amides

Our range of alkanolamides is based on various fatty acids and monoethanolamine or diethanolamine. The products based on diethanolamine can be subdivided into three groups:

- Super-amides based on a 1:1 molar ratio of amine to fatty acid. Due to the process there is a minimum amount of glycerin left in the product.
- Amides based on a 1:1 ratio of amine to a vegetable oil
- Kritchevsky amides based on a 2:1 molar ratio of amine to fatty acid. This type is more soluble in water.

Alkanolamides can be used as anti-static agents for plastics and as emulsifiers for detergents, mineral oils and cosmetic formulations. The tensio-active properties are based on the balance between the hydrophilic hydroxy-alkyl group of the substituted nitrogen atom and the lipophilic fatty acids.

Amides - products

Sorbitan esters

Sorbitan esters

Sorbitan esters are lipophilic non-ionic surfactants that are used as emulsifying agents in the preparation of emulsions, creams, and ointments for pharmaceutical and cosmetic use

Sorbitan esters - products

Glycerol esters

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