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Non-ionic Surfactants

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.

Non-ionic Surfactants - items

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

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

NP's

(P)EG esters

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

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

Glycerol esters

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