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Dow North America Monoethanolamine (Mea) product card banner

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Dow North America Monoethanolamine (MEA)

INCI Name: Ethanolamine

Applications: Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Textiles & Nonwovens, Fluids & Lubricants

Product Families: Additives, Functional Additives, Performance Additives

Chemical Family: Alcohols, Amines

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Cleaners, Detergents

DOW Monoethanolamine (MEA) offers abroad spectrum of application opportunities, primarily in detergents, textile finishing and wood treating. Other applications include use as “down hole” in oil well chemicals and in metal working to prevent corrosion, and as catalysts that promote stability during the reaction process in the manufacture of flexible and rigid urethane foams. Because MEA combines the properties of amines and alcohols, MEA exhibits the unique capability of undergoing reactions common to both groups. As an amine, MEA is mildly alkaline and react with acids to form salts or soaps. As an alcohol, MEA is hygroscopic and can be esterfied. Features & Benefits Detergents MEA imparts a reserve alkalinity to the laundry bath, which is essential to efficient cleaning. MEA is an effective oil and anti-redeposition agent. Textile Finishing MEA is used as reaction intermediates for the preparation of durable press fabric finishes and softeners. When reacted to form amine soaps, useful as scouring agents for wool and silk because of its low alkalinity. Because it is hygroscopic, MEA is used in the preparation of vat printing pastes. Wood Treating MEA is used in both alkaline copper quaternary(ACQ) and copper azole formulations for treating wood to improve its resistance to pests and decay. Both are arsenic-free alternatives to the phased- out CCA formulations.

Tergitol™ 25r2 Surfactant product card banner

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TERGITOL™ 25R2 Surfactant

Applications: Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Oil, Gas & Mining, Paper & Pulp

Product Families: Additives, Surface Protective Additives, Soaps & Surfactants

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Cleaners, Paper & Pulp

This readily biodegradable ethylene oxide / propylene oxide reverse block copolymer delivers low foam, excellent solvency, chemical stability and reliable formulation performance in a variety of processes such as cleaning, paper processing, water treatment, and metal working fluids. It is readily miscible in water and can be used in combination with other surfactants in a wide range of aqueous formulations. Benefits Defoamer Dispersant Lubricant Readily biodegradable

Tergitol™ L-64 Surfactant product card banner

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TERGITOL™ L-64 Surfactant

Applications: Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Oil, Gas & Mining, Paper & Pulp

Product Families: Additives, Dispersing & Wetting Additives, Rheology Modifiers & Stabilizers

Chemical Family: Polyols

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Cleaners, Household Cleaners

Nonionic surfactant that has good wetting ability, a high degree of detergency, and low foam characteristics. It is readily miscible in water and can be used in combination with other surfactants in a wide range of aqueous formulations. It is an exceptional high temperature foam control agent due to its inverse water solubility and low foam characteristics. It is used in such processes as fermentation, food processing, adhesives, paper processing, and metal working products. It is also used as a rinse aid, an emulsifier in latex paints, adhesives, and a component of sanitizing solutions. It provides high thermal and chemical stability with good detergency and rinseability​. It can also be used in oilfield drilling and production formulations. Benefits High-temperature foam control High thermal & chemical stability Good steric stabilization Good detergency Good wetting Rinseability

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Dow North America Triethanolamine (TEA)

INCI Name: Triethanolamine

Applications: Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Textiles & Nonwovens, Fluids & Lubricants

Product Families: Additives, Functional Additives, Performance Additives

Chemical Family: Alcohols, Amines

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Cleaners, Detergents

DOW Triethanolamine (TEA) offers a broad spectrum of application opportunities, primarily in detergents and textile finishing. Other applications include use as intermediates in concrete additives and adhesive, rubber, agricultural and photographic chemicals; use as a component of cement grinding aids; use as “down hole” in oil well chemicals and in metalworking to prevent corrosion; and use as catalysts that promote stability during the reaction process in the manufacture of flexible and rigid urethane foams. Because TEA combines the properties of amines and alcohols, TEA exhibits the unique capability of undergoing reactions common to both groups. As an amine, TEA is mildly alkaline and reacts with acids to form salts or soaps. As an alcohol, TEA is hygroscopic and can be esterfied. Features & Benefits Detergents TEA imparts a reserve alkalinity to the laundry bath, which is essential to efficient cleaning. TEA is an effective oil and anti-redeposition agent. Textile Finishing TEA is used as reaction intermediates for the preparation of durable press fabric finishes and softeners. When reacted to form amine soaps, useful as scouring agents for wool and silk because of its low alkalinity. Because it is hygroscopic, TEA is used in the preparation of vat printing pastes. TEA is also useful in making acetate rayon dyes.

Tergitol™ 15-s-9 Surfactant product card banner

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TERGITOL™ 15-S-9 Surfactant

Applications: Coatings & Finishes, Building Envelope, Building Materials

Product Families: Additives, Dispersing & Wetting Additives, Surface Protective Additives

Chemical Family: Alcohol Ethoxylates

End Uses: Powder Coating, Primer, Varnishes

A secondary alcohol ethoxylate, nonionic surfactant used in applications such as high performance cleaners and agrochemicals. It is readily biodegradable, excellent wetting ability and non-APE based. The product shows good wetting and oil emulsion stabilization. Benefits Superior detergency Rapid dissolution & good rinseability Low odor Narrow gel range Excellent formulation & handling properties Readily biodegradable (OECD 301E)

Triton™ H-66 Surfactant product card banner

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TRITON™ H-66 Surfactant

Applications: Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Paper & Pulp, Fluids & Lubricants

Product Families: Additives, Performance Additives, Surface Protective Additives

Chemical Family: Phosphorous-based Compounds, Phosphate Esters, Chemical Mixtures & Blends

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Cleaners, Detergents

Anionic surfactant for use as a solubilizer for surfactants into low/moderately built detergents; providing stability acidic and alkaline conditions, while also being a hydrotrope, and readily biodegradable. Benefits Hydrotrope Stable in acidic & alkaline conditions Uniquely effective with low foam surfactants Readily biodegradable

Tergitol™ 15-s-7 Surfactant product card banner

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TERGITOL™ 15-S-7 Surfactant

Applications: Coatings & Finishes, Building Envelope, Building Materials

Product Families: Additives, Dispersing & Wetting Additives, Surface Protective Additives

Chemical Family: Alcohol Ethoxylates

End Uses: Powder Coating, Primer, Varnishes

A secondary alcohol ethoxylate that is readily biodegradable, excellent wetting ability and non-APE based. It can be used in oilfield drilling and production formulations. Benefits Superior wetting & rinseability Excellent formulation & handling properties Low odor Narrow gel range

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TERGITOL™ L-61 Surfactant

Applications: Processing & Packaging, Chemical & Industrial Manufacturing, Oil, Gas & Mining

Product Families: Additives, Dispersing & Wetting Additives, Foam Control

Chemical Family: Diols, Glycols, Polyols

End Uses: Metalworking Fluids, Automatic Dishwash, Cleaners

Nonionic surfactant, efficient foam control agent because of its low foam characteristics, inverse water solubility, high thermal and chemical stability, with good steric stabilization. It is used in foam control processes such as fermentation of monosodium glutamate, lactic and citric acids; food processing; food washing; water treatment; and metal working products. Low surface tension makes it a particularly efficient rinse aid and low foam wetting agent in auto dish detergents, industrial and institutional cleaning, and in cleaning-place (CIP) applications such as food, dairy, and brewery cleaning. It can be used in oilfield drilling and production formulations. Benefits Efficient foam control agent Wetting agent High thermal & chemical stability Good steric stabilization Easily rinsed from surfaced