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Supplier: Pretium Packaging, LLC
Description: Detergent Bottle, Detergent 1090
- Type: Bottle / Jar
- Application: General Use
Supplier: JIT Packaging
Supplier: American 3B Scientific (A3BS)
Description: Demonstrate the molecular structure of detergent. Detergents molecular structure is made clear and hands-on with this molecular model kit. This kit contains a total of 52 atom parts plus links and a tool to build a model of the detergent molecule. Supplied in a four compartment, plastic storage box.
Supplier: Carmel Industries
Description: For water resistant marks on non-porous surfaces. Marks can be removed with detergents of a PH of 10 or higher. 12/box, 12 boxes/case.
Supplier: Westbridge PET Containers
Description: Finish Name: 28 mm 100 Weight: 40 grams
- Type: Bottle / Jar
Supplier: Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Description: 500 ml, Triton X-100 detergent Detergents are used in IEF to disrupt hydrophobic interactions and increase solubility of proteins at their pI. Detergents must be nonionic or zwitterionic to allow proteins to migrate according to their own charges. Some proteins, especially membrane proteins
Supplier: Alconox, Inc.
Description: Nonionic, detergent for labware washers, PC board washers, power-spray systems, ultrasonic and manual cleaning. Removes oils, resins rosins, and fluxes from PC circuit boards, electronic parts, phosphate sensitive labware and nuclear contaminated equipment with no interfering conductive residues
- Type: Cleaner / Cleaning Agent, Detergent / Surfactant, Surface Treatment
- Aqueous / Water-based: Yes
- pH: Alkaline Cleaner (11 to 12.5 pH)
- Features: Biodegradable, Foam Free / Low Foaming
Supplier: Horizon Industries
Description: Laundry Detergent, KINDET, 5 gallon pail
- Type: Detergent / Surfactant
Supplier: Carl Stuart Co.
Description: Detergents Cationic Refill pack
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Detergent 8 - Low Foaming Phosphate Free Detergent
Detergent 8 - Low Foaming Phosphate Free Detergent: Nonionic, detergent for labware washers, PC board washers, power-spray systems, ultrasonic and manual cleaning. Removes oils, resins rosins, and fluxes from PC circuit boards, electronic parts, phosphate sensitive labware and nuclear contaminated equipment with no interfering conductive residues. Excellent replacement for solvent cleaning. Dilute 3:100. pH 11. Replace solvent cleaning. Concentrated to save you money. Biodegradable and readily... (read more)
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Chemical Processing Applications: Laundry Detergent Production
The laundry detergent industry recognizes its responsibility to introduce new, cleaner technologies and products and to encourage consumer behavior that will result in an improved environment. This is the motivation for much of the industry's new developments. In the mid-1970.s when the additive
User Guide to Detergents for Precision Optics Cleaning
This chart illustrates the specific uses of a variety of VALTRON(R) detergents for precision optics. VALTRON(R) detergents are formulated with high purity raw materials for precision cleaning applications. The aqueous detergents are processed through 0.2 micron filters to ensure Valtron product
Maximizing Soap and Detergents Manufacturing Processes with the Proper Pump
SNP Series Sliding Vane Pumps from Blackmer deliver the efficiencies required for complex product transfer applications in global soap and detergent operations.
Future Directions in Water Soluble Polymers for Detergent Applications
Polymers have found wide utility in detergent and cleaning formulations for the past 25 years (1). While the largest volume has been simple poly(carboxylates), changes in the market place brought on by increased consumer expectations, economic pressures, governmental regulations and environmental
Blending System Wrings Problems Out Of Detergent Manufacturing Operation
Blending system wrings problems out of detergent manufacturing operation.
In-Case Bottle Filling Keeps Dial's Detergents Sudsing
Steady growth and increased market share are good news, but to stay ahead of its competitors, the company had to continue to meet the growing demands of the market. In the detergent category, that means get more soap into more bottles, faster, without boosting per-case labor costs.
Sliding Vane Pumps Wipe Away Soap and Detergent Manufacturing Problems
These pumps provide the highest level of performance and efficiency over time while adapting to advances in an industry with many complex processes and varied new ingredients.
Emulsion-Breaking Techniques for Accurate Oil in Water Measurements (.pdf)
Certain water samples, such as those containing detergent, may form an emulsion when oil in water extraction into a solvent is done. In order to ensure an accurate measurement, the emulsion must be broken. Six methods for breaking emulsions are discussed. ./9da9b430-d0bc-4335-859f-69fa33856acb
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