Supplier: Dow Polyurethanes
Description: VORASURF™ 504 Surfactant is compatible in formulations high in polyester polyol or formulations with polyether polyol; improves foam processing flowability, compressive strength and k-factor aging. When used at typical surfactant levels, can enhance hydrocarbon solubility and stability
- Applications: Plastics / Composites, Other
- Function: Lubricity / Slip Agent, Surfactant / Wetting Agent
- Form: Liquid / Solution
Supplier: Struktol Company of America
Description: No Description Provided
- Applications: Elastomers / Rubbers
- Function: Stabilizer / Antidegradant, Surfactant / Wetting Agent
- Form: Organic Chemical / Polymer, Liquid / Solution
Chemical Additives and Agents - Industrial Wastewater Treatment Defoaming Agent -- Aquapure Defoamer DSupplier: Hubbard-Hall Inc.
Description: Aquapure™ Defoamer D is a high solids emulsion of wax and proprietary polymers that affords the end-user a very efficient foam control with none of the effects that are prevalent with many of the commercially available silicone, silica containing and mineral oil based defoamers. The product
- Applications: Water Treatment
- Function: Defoamer / Deaerator (Air Release)
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Bug Remover with Wax, 33 Oz., Bottle, Green, Wet, VOC Content Less Than 5%, Contains Silicone Fluid, Surfactant Blend, Sodium Hydroxide, pH 6.0-8.0, Removes Grease, Oil, Road Grime, Tar, Bugs, For Use With Sponge, Rag, Cloth
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: to subside can be inconvenient as well as lead to a risk of sedimentation of the suspended solid. The persistent foam problem in WG formulations is a direct consequence of the presence of a surfactant wetting agent (wetter) which is used in the formulation to aid immersion and dispersion of the granule
Supplier: Piedmont Chemical Industries, Inc.
Description: All in one package of silicone and surfactant package designed to be diluted into a stable micro-emulsion suitable for natural and synthetic fabrics.
Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments - Products Product Type Cleaning Solutions D Clean 100 -- D-CLEAN 100 Alkaline CleanerSupplier: Universal Fine Chemicals
Description: and endotoxin, as well as emulsions and silicone-based lubricants. The surfactant/alkaline base combination in D-CLEAN 100 is active across the full temperature range (5° C to 100° C) and is designed to be free-rinsing. D-CLEAN 100 and its ingredients are manufactured in the USA.
- Type: Cleaner / Cleaning Agent, Detergent / Surfactant
- pH: Alkaline Cleaner (11 to 12.5 pH)
Supplier: Grant Industries, Inc.
Description: Gransil EP-LS is a silicone elastomer powder that is prepared by spray-drying an o/w emulsion of cross-linked silicone elastomer. The silicone elastomer has an average particle size in the micron range when dispersed in water. Gransil EP-LS features unique properties: (1) it can be mixed
- Industry: Other
Supplier: Garza Industries, Inc.
Description: Put a shine on stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, brass and other metals with a cleaner that's 98% free of volatile organic compounds. Fast-foaming action requires no buffing and dries to a non-oily film. Solution is water-based and nonflammable. Contains no silicone or wax to build up on surface.
- Type: Detergent / Surfactant
- Industry Applications: Other
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Silicone Surface Science
This is followed by a review of silicone surfactant funda- mentals and applications by Snow and Petroff in Chap.
Mixed Micelles of Trisiloxane Based Silicone and Hydrocarbon Surfactants Systems in Aqueous Media: Dilute Aqueous Solution Phase Diagrams, Surface Tension Isot...
Abstract Mixtures of trisiloxane type nonionic silicone surfactant (SS) with sodium dodecylsulfate, tetradecyltri- methylammonium bromide or tert-octylphenol ethoxylated with 9.5 ethylene oxide groups were studied in water at 30 °C by dilute aqueous solution phase diagrams, surface tension and dilute...
Aggregation behavior of silicone surfactants in ethylammonium nitrate ionic liquid
Aggregation behavior of silicone surfactants in ethylammonium nitrate ionic liquid .
Aqueous solution properties of a silicone surfactant and its mixed surfactant systems
Aqueous solution properties of a silicone surfactant and its mixed surfactant systems .
Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
Chem. Descrip.: Silicone surfactant Uses: Surfactant for TDI/MDI flexible molded applics.; exc. cell regulator Features: Med.-efficiency .
Handbook of Lubricants
...pour pt. --50 C; ref. index 1.403; surf. tension 21.3 mN/m; volatility 0.50% wt. loss (24 h. @ 150 C) XL-Sil S 100 [Clariant/Functional Chems. http://www.fun.clariant.com] Chem. Descrip.: Silicone surfactant Uses: Superwetting agent in...
Carbohydrate-Modified Silicone Surfactants
Carbohydrate-Modified Silicone Surfactants .
Effect of hydrophobic chains on the aggregation behavior of cationic silicone surfactants in aqueous solution
Effect of hydrophobic chains on the aggregation behavior of cationic silicone surfactants in aqueous solution .
Effects of silicone surfactant on the cell size and thermal conductivity of rigid polyurethane foams by environmentally friendly blowing agents
Effects of silicone surfactant on the cell size and thermal conductivity of rigid polyurethane foams by environmentally friendly blowing agents .
Physical Properties of Silicone Surfactants for Agrochemical Applications
Physical Properties of Silicone Surfactants for Agrochemical Applications .
Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
7.75 lb/ gal; 35 ± 1% solids Use Level: 0.1-0.8 pph (leveling) Hauthane HA-508 [C.L. Hauthaway] Chem. Descrip.: Silicone surfactant in water Uses: Surfactant, wetting agent, flow aid, leveling agent for waterborne coatings, esp. on leather...
Silicone emulsions and surfactants
SILICONE SURFACTANTS .
Morphology�?Controlled Synthesis of Poly(oxyethylene)silicone or Alkylsilicone Surfactants with Explicit, Atomically Defined, Branched, Hydrophobic Tails
Silicone-based silicone surfactants , which have hydro- phobes of much lower surface energy than alkanes, have re- markable surface-activity properties.
Efficiency and usability of silicone surfactants in emulsions
Efficiency and usability of silicone surfactants in emulsions .
Silicone oil emulsions: strategies to improve their stability and applications in hair care products
For example, to improve the stability of sili- cone oil emulsions, large amounts of surfactants including silicone surfactants , stabilizers, electrolytic suspensions, etc. have been employed [18–23].