• non-ionic surfactant
  • Used for many applications
  • Alcohol Ethoxylate

 

Alcohol ethoxylates (AE) are a major class of non-ionic surfactants which are widely used in laundry detergents and to a lesser extent in household cleaners, institutional and industrial cleaners, cosmetics, agriculture, and in textile, paper, oil and other process industries.

 

AE have many desirable characteristics such as rapid biodegradation, low to moderate foaming ability, superior cleaning of man-made fibres and tolerance of water hardness.

AE are also used in lesser quantities in household cleaners, institutional and industrial cleaners, cosmetics, agriculture, and in textile, paper, oil and other process industries.

 

Alcohol ethoxylates (AE) are a very widely used class of non-ionic surfactants.
Significant quantities of AE are converted to alcohol ethoxysulphates (AES) with the remaining AE used primarily in household laundry detergents.

 

AE have many desirable characteristics such as rapid biodegradation, low to moderate foaming ability, superior cleaning of man-made fibres and tolerance of water hardness.

 

AE are also used in lesser quantities in household cleaners, institutional and industrial cleaners, cosmetics, agriculture, and in textile, paper, oil and other process industries.

Alcohol ethoxylate - nonionic surfactant - UN 90/90

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