Composition: Oleylamine 2 EO
CAS number : 26635-93-8
GENAMIN O 020 is used for thickening hydrochloric acid cleaner compositions
GENAMIN O 020 is a nonionic surfactant providing wetting, foam, emulsification and corrosion inhibition and functions primarily as an acid thickener.
GENAMIN O 020 finds application in cleaners used on vertical surfaces such as toilet bowls, dairy, brewery and food processing equipment.
GENAMIN O 020 EO is used as a viscosifier in acidic medium and cleansers
Our product range includes a wide range of acid thickener and oleyl amine ethoxylate.
By keeping track with the latest market development, we introduce high quality 2-2.5 % Dosage Acid Thickener for HCL that gives long term viscosity stability.
The offered thickener GENAMIN O 020 is processed using optimum quality chemical compounds and cutting edge technology in line with industry standards.
Our provided thickener GENAMIN O 020 is tested on different parameters so as to deliver qualitative product at clients’ end.
Moreover, clients can avail this thickener from us at nominal prices.
Longer shelf life
ATAMAN CHEMICALS offers acid thickener especially used in the manufacturing of toilet cleaners .
GENAMIN O 020 very effectively thickens hydrochloric acid at a very low dosage of 2% - 2.5%.
GENAMIN O 020 EO also gives long term viscocity and provides 90% corrosion inhibition in HCl Acid .
General Characterstics :-
Appearance @ 25 Deg C Yellow to Brownish Viscous Liquid
Chemical Description - Ethoxylated Amines
Moisture - 1% Max
Active Content - 99% Min
Density - 0.90 Approx
Easy Dispersion in aqueous systems.
Works at very low dosage of 1.8% to 2.5 %.
Gives very good consistency in Toilet Cleaner.
Very easy to make .
Excellent thickness of Toilet Cleaner Formed.
Instructions for Use
Hydrochloric Acid ( HCl ) should be of 33% Purity Min and should be Iron Free. HCl Acid should not be very dark yellow in colour.
Wear Safety Masks and Gloves during manufacturing of Toilet Cleaner.
Use only Acid Stable colours , for example use Acid Blue for blue color.
Procedure for Use: (For Making 100 kg Toilet Cleaner Batch)
First take 68 Kg Water in the reactor.
Now add 2 kg Oleylamine 2 EO in the water and stirr well for 10 minutes.
Now while stirring continuously , add 30 kg HCL of atleast 33% Purity.
Continue stirring for 10 minutes so that acid thickener gets mixed completely in the solution.
Now you can add any acid stable colour as per your choice .
You can adjust dosage of GENAMIN O 020 as per the thickness required.
Storage and Handling: The product can be stored at ambient temperature for two years.
Product properties *)
Active substance content: about 100 %
Appearance at 25 °C: yellowish to brownish liquid
pH (DIN EN 1262), 1 % aqueous solution, 20 °C: 9 – 11
Solubility at 20 °C
1 % in water: turbid
10 % in mineral oil: clear
10 % in xylene: clear
10 % in glycol: turbid
Density (DIN 51757) at 50 °C: 0.89 g/cm³
Viscosity (DIN 53015) at 50 °C :approx. 35 mPas
Refractive index (DIN 53491) at 50 °C: approx. 1.463
Pour point (DIN/ISO 3016): approx. 15 °C
Flash point (DIN/ISO 2592): > 200 °C
Alkaline number (mg KOH/1 g amine): 156 - 164
Remarks: Product must be homogenized at 30 – 40 °C before use.
POE OLEYL AMINE ETHOXYLATE
Oleylamine with 2 mol EO is used as thickener for HCl and Phosphoric acid based systems.
GENAMIN O 020 is a compound of non-ionic surfactant and cationic surfactant, which is used in thickening of strong acidic systems, such as toilet cleaner and rust remover
1. Excellent thickening effect on strong acid system
2. Small amount added, stable system after thickening
3. Simple use, add at room temperature, can obtain good thickening effect
1% - 2.5%
1. Add water into the pot first, and slowly add NP 10 (solubilizing essence, making the system more transparent and stable) after stirring, and add pigment after fully dissolved.
2. Slowly add thickener Oleylamine 2 EO under high-speed stirring, and the thickener will disperse into milky liquid in water.
3.Add hydrochloric acid, stir, the liquid slowly thicken and become transparent.
4. Add essence and stir until the product is transparent
NP 10 surfactant has been added to the thickener to improve the detergent's decontamination and spreadability.
The product has a certain amount of foam to remove the greasy substances in the urine scale
Acid thickener thickens and increases the viscosity of a range of acid systems including phosphoric, sulfuric, hydrofluoric, citric, oxalic etc. It is a multifunctional material featuring effective thickening, wetting, corrosion inhibition and perfume solubilization. It is especially used in compositions such as toilet bowl cleaners, metal cleaners and brighteners, rust stain removers, denture cleansers, metal descalers, general hard surface cleaners, detergent, disinfectants and other cleaning agents.
Slightly combining a strong ionic salt such as sodium chloride with an acid thickener provides an adequate composition viscosity in the preferred concentration range of thickening agent as well as increases viscosity in many cases.
ATAMAN CHEMICALS offers a fast acting and reliable acid thickener with exceptional thickening properties.
AREAS OF APPLICATIONS
Acid bowl cleaners
Acid truck cleaners
Acidic household cleaners
Acidic abrasive cleaners
Acid rinse aids
Acid metal cleaner
Building restoration cleaners
Scale and rust removers
Cationic silicone emulsions
Peroxide based detergents
Hydrogen peroxide bleach products
Dye levelling aids
Breweries and food processing equipments
Other vertical surface cleaners
Highly compatible with quaternary biocides
Long term stable viscosity
Ability to thicken both inorganic and organic acids
Better replacement of nonionics used for wetting and perfume solubilization
Additional corrosion inhibition
Thickens both inorganic and organic acids
Easy to solubilize
Fatty amine ethyloxylates
Surface-active fatty amine ethoxylates are obtained by the action of ethylene oxide on fatty amine.
The reaction can be represented in summary simplified form by the following general equation:
Fatty amine Ethylene oxide Fatty amine ethoxylate
x + y = n number of molecules of ethylene oxide added
When ethylene oxide is added to the fatty amines, dihydric alcohols with terminal hydroxyl groups are produced.
Under suitable conditions further reactions with these are possible. Moreover, the nitrogen can be quaternized.
Fatty amine ethoxylates are in principle basic in nature, they form salts with acids and have an alkaline reaction in aqueous solution.
In view of their surface activity they must therefore be classified with the cationic compounds and, like them, they have affinity to fibres and surfaces.
Nevertheless, they often behave like nonionic surfactants towards many indicators and also in other applications, and all the more so the longer the added ethylene oxide chain is.
Their physical and chemical properties, and especially the surface-active ones, are determined largely by the ratio of the hydrophobic fatty amine radical to the hydrophilic solubilizing polyglycol chains in the molecule.
The length of the polyglycol chains is indicated by the number of molecules of ethylene oxide added per molecule of fatty amine and is also known as degree of ethoxylation.
Since both the type of initial fatty amine and the amount of ethylene oxide can be chosen arbitrarily, there are two possibilities for modifying the hydrophilic/hydrophobic balance.
Both have been employed in producing the Genamin product range.
This consists of four groups, each of which is based on a different fatty amine and is distinguished by corresponding code letters:
C = Coconut fatty amine
saturated C8-C18 fatty amines, predominantly C12-C14
O = Oleylamine
predominantly unsaturated C18 fatty amines
S = Stearylamine
saturated C16-C18 fatty amines
T = Tallow fatty amine
saturated and unsaturated C16-C18 fatty amines
A multistage ethoxylation series is available for each of these amines, and the number of added molecules ofethylene oxide is expressed by an additional suffix, e.g. 080 for 8, 150 for 15 and 250 for 25 moles of ethylene oxide per molecule of fatty amine.
The last zero in all suffixes indicates that all grades contain practically 100 % active substance.
Common degrees of ethoxylation are Genamin grades with 2, 5, 8, 20 and 25 moles of ethylene oxide.
If for special purposes a narrower range is required, this can easily be achieved by formulating corresponding blends of neighbouring products.
Sometimes, however, blends of more distant products produce even better effects.
The procedure is to use the usual mixing rule and to employ the amine numbers as a basis for calculation.
Moreover, when entire production batches are taken, any degrees of ethoxylation can be produced.
To obtain completely homogeneous blends, it is preferable to employ temperatures of 50 – 60°C.
It is recommended that this temperature should be also maintained when aqueous dilutions are produced.
In certain concentration ranges (usually between 70 and 40 % active substance) the occurrence of gelatinous hydrates, which are slow to dissolve in cold water, is avoided.
In suitable cases the gel state can be eliminated by adding solubilizers (alcohols, glycols, etc.).
These are also appropriate if stable, non-flammable, higher dilutions are to be produced from products that form a turbid solution.
In principle the solubility in water rises with increasing degree of ethoxylation.
The slightly ethoxylated products are only moderately dispersible at room temperature and therefore form turbid solutions resembling emulsions.
The medium and higher-ethoxylated products dissolve to form a clear solution.
On the other hand, the solubility in water decreases with rising temperature.
Therefore turbidity can occasionally occur even in inherently clear solutions, for example if the recommended working temperature of 50 – 60°C is maintained when dilutions are prepared.
This is a reversible physical phenomenon that normally impairs neither further processing nor subsequent use.
The solutions become clear again as they cool.
Higher-ethoxylated compounds display no turbidity in aqueous solution up to boiling point.
However, with these too the temperature limit is depressed to a greater or lesser extent by large quantities of electrolytes, especially neutral salts or alkalis.