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PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE CAS 86893-19-8

CAS: 86893-19-8

Appearance: Yellowish to white slice

Package: 25kg/drum

Sample: available

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PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE QUICK DETAILS

Product Name: PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE

CAS: 86893-19-8

Molecular Formula: (C2H4O)mult(C2H4O)multC43H78O

Appearance: Yellowish to white slice

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Specifications:

Test item Specification
Appearance Yellowish to white slice
PH value (10% Aqueous solution) 4.5-7.5
Iodine value (g/100g) 5.0-15.0
Saponification value (mg/g) 14.0-26.0
Hydroxyl value (mg/g) 14.0-26.0
 Acid value (mgKOH/g) ≤1.0
Odor Characteristic scent

 

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Performance

1. very efficient, has a very good thickening effect on a variety of anionic surfactants and amphoteric surfactants.

2.It has no irritation to eyes and is very suitable for cleansing products and baby shampoos. At the same time, it can significantly reduce the irritation of eyes by other surfactants.

3.Does not affect the foam characteristics of the surfactant.

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Recommended dosage

0.1-5.0%

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Instructions

1.Under mild heating and moderate stirring conditions, add to the system until completely dissolved, and then add other materials.

2.Mix A with water at a ratio of 1: 5-10, heat to dissolve, and then add the dissolved surfactant.

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Usage

Baby shampoo, cleanser, hand soap, mild shampoo, shower gel, makeup remover

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Package

25kg/drum

PEG 120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE Storage

Store in a tightly closed container,in a cold,dry,well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances

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