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Tergitol(tm) 15-s-9 Surfactant product card banner

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TERGITOL(TM) 15-S-9 Surfactant

Function: Surfactant, Surfactant (Nonionic), Wetting Agent

Chemical Family: Alcohol Ethoxylates

Labeling Claims: Biodegradable, Nanomaterials-free, CleanGredients (DfE), Metal-free, Animal Products-free, Preservative-free, Kosher, TSE-free, BSE-free, Non-GMO, CMR Substances-free, Not Listed In California Proposition 65, Allergen-free, APEO-free, Halal

Certifications & Compliance: Kosher, Coalition of Northeastern Governors (CONEG), FDA 40 CFR 180.940, REACH (Europe), EU Ecolabel, FDA 40 CFR 180.910, Directive 2011/65/EC amended through EU/2015/863 (RoHS), Halal

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)

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TERGITOL(TM) L-61 Surfactant

Function: Wetting Agent, Surfactant, Surfactant (Nonionic), Emulsifier, Defoamer, Anti-Foaming Agent

Chemical Family: Polyols (Polyether), Polyols

Labeling Claims: BSE-free, CMR Substances-free, Metal-free, Allergen-free, Halal, Biodegradable, Kosher, Non-GMO, Environmentally Friendly, Nanomaterials-free, TSE-free, Animal Products-free, Not Listed In California Proposition 65, Preservative-free, CleanGredients (DfE)

Certifications & Compliance: FDA 21 CFR 176.200, Kosher, Directive 2011/65/EC amended through EU/2015/863 (RoHS), FDA 21 CFR 172.808, Coalition of Northeastern Governors (CONEG), FDA 21 CFR 176.180, FDA 40 CFR 180.960, Halal, Book & Claim Credits, FDA 21 CFR 176.210, REACH (Europe), FDA 21 CFR 177.1200, NSF CleanGredients, FDA 21 CFR 173.340, FDA 21 CFR 177.1390, EU Ecolabel

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

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VERSENE(TM) 100 Chelating Agent

Function: Chelating Agent

CAS Number: 64-02-8

Labeling Claims: Non-GMO, BSE-free, CMR Substances-free, TSE-free, Metal-free, Allergen-free, Animal Products-free, Not Listed In California Proposition 65, Preservative-free, Halal, Kosher

Certifications & Compliance: REACH (Europe), Kosher, Directive 2011/65/EC amended through EU/2015/863 (RoHS), FDA 40 CFR 180.910, Halal

VERSENE™ 100 Chelating Agent is an aqueous solution of the tetrasodium salt of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. Na4EDTA is the strongest, most versatile, and widely used chelant for controlling metal ions over a broad pH range in aqueous systems. It will not chelate monovalent metal ions such as sodium or potassium, but will chelate most multivalent metal ions (e.g., Fe, Cu, Mn, Ca, Mg, Zn) in a 1:1 molar ratio. The chelation reaction is virtually instantaneous in most cases. Calcium and other alkaline earth metals are most effectively chelated above pH 4. Na4EDTA chelates most transition metals below pH 12. VERSENE 100 is completely miscible with water, but is not soluble in organic systems. Na4EDTA is stable under widely varying conditions of temperature, acidity, alkalinity, and the presence of other chemicals. Na4EDTA is attached, however, by strong oxidizing agents such as hypochlorite bleach. In some applications, Na4EDTA can be reclaimed for reuse.