Polyethylene glycol 300 dioleate
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CAS no.: 9005-07-6
PEG 300 DI OLEATE = Polyethylene Glycol 300 DIOLEATE
PEG 300 esters
Polyethyleneglycol 300 Fatty Acid Ester Surfactants = polyethylene glycol dioleate = PEG DIOLEATE = Polyethyleneglycol di oleate = POLYOXYETHYLENE DIOLEATE
Esterification product of oleic acid with polyethylene glycol.
PEG di oleate finds application as an emulsifier, emollient and lubricant.
PEG 300 dioleate N
PEG 300 dioleate N
CAS nr. 9005-07-6
Polyethyleneglycol 300 esters are the products obtained by the esterification of polyethyleneglycols with natural fatty acids.
Depending the molecular weight of the polyethyleneglycol used and the mono- and diesters content, non-ionic esters with different HLB values are obtained.
Polyethyleneglycol esters are mainly used as emulsifiers for oil in water emulsions.
They find also application in cosmetics, lubricants, textiles, pesticides etc.
PEG 300 dioleate
Other Products of ATAMAN CHEMICALS :
PEG 200 dioleate
PEG 400 dioleate
PEG 600 dioleate
PEG 300 Ester surfactants are manufactured by reacting a polyethylene glycol with a fatty acid.
The polyethylene glycol 300 comprises the hydrophilic part of the surfactant and the fatty acid the lipophilic part.
By varying the molecular weight of the PEG and the fatty acid, surfactants covering a wide range of HLB values can be produced.
Typically, those with an HLB below 13 are oil soluble and water dispersible while those above are water soluble.
PRODUCT: PEG 300 dioleate = A surface active agent used in industrial degreasers and in textiles as an emulsifier, lubricant, softener and scouring agent.
CAS no.: 9005-07-6
TYPICAL PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
PEG 300 dioleate is a PEG ester of oleic acid PEG oleate uses and applications include: Surfactant for oil spill dispersants; lubricant, antistat in textile spin finishes; emulsifier for metalworking fluids, PVC production; thickener for cosmetics, pigment preparations; emulsifier for pharmaceuticals, paints, emulsion polymerization; emulsifier, antifoam, antistat, lubricant for cosmetics, industrial applications
CLASS: Specialty Chemicals
FUNCTIONS of PEG di Oleates: Surfactant, Emulsifier, Acid, Dispersant, Metalworking Fluids, Lubricant
INDUSTRY: Cosmetic, Industrial, Pharmaceutical
EMULSIFICATION : PEG 300 esters, particularly PEG 300 oleates and stearates, are excellent emulsifiers, better than alcohol ethoxylates or nonyl phenol ethoxylates.
FOAMING: Low foaming tendency
WETTING/DISPERSING: Good wetting/dispersing properties
LOW TOXICITY: Widely used in cosmetics and toiletries
BIODEGRADABILITY: Readily biodegradable
LOW HAZARD: No hazard labelling required for transport or use.
STABILITY: Hydrolysed under hot alkaline conditions.
Applications of PEG 300 DI OLEATES:
The traditional application areas for PEG ester surfactants have mainly utilised their excellent water/oil emulsifying properties, e.g. as:
Lubricants in textile processing
Cutting oils and metalworking fluids
Solvent cleaners and emulsifiable degreasers
Emulsifiers for self-emulsifying herbicides, insecticides and fungicides
Emulsifiers for cosmetic creams and toiletry emulsions
Emulsifiers for polymer latex production
Other applications have utilised their wetting/dispersing properties, e.g. as: Pigment dispersants for both organic and inorganic pigments in aqueous and non-aqueous systems.
Plasticizers/viscosity modifiers in mastics, adhesives, emulsion paints and PVC plastisols
Dioleic acid PEG600 ester
PEG 300 DIOLEATE
POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL) DIOLEATE
Poly(ethylene glycol) dioleate
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-(1-oxo-9-octadecenyl)- .omega.-[(1-oxo-9-octadecenyl)oxy]-, (Z,Z)-
Polyethylene glycol dioleate
PEG 400 dioleate
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-(1-oxo-9-octadecenyl)-.omega.-[(1-oxo-9-octadecenyl)oxy]-, (Z,Z)-
polyethylene glycol dioleate
PEG 300 Esters as Alternatives to Nonylphenol Ethoxylates
The environmental effects associated with NPE’s are now well documented and their replacement by alternatives is being strongly encouraged.
It is considered that PEG oleate surfactants are a closer match to NPE’s with respect to solubility and emulsifying characteristics than are alcohol ethoxylate surfactants.
Fatty acid esters
Fatty acid esters are used in a wide range of industries for their lubricating properties, solvency and resistance to oxidation.
They are becoming more popular due to their renewable content, as they are derived from sources such as vegetable oils and animal tallow.
Fatty acids esters have low volatility compared with many traditional solvents, making them suitable as replacements for solvents in coatings, inks and pressroom cleaners, as well as in lubricants and metalworking fluids.
ATAMAN’s esters are made by the reaction of fatty acids with alcohols.
The products’ properties are determined by the carbon chain lengths, degree of branching and degree of unsaturation of the components.
The main building blocks used in ATAMAN ’s products are:
• Fatty acids
distilled coconut fatty acid
C8/C10 fatty acid
The process of combining an organic acid (RCOOH) with an alcohol (ROH) to form an ester (RCOOR) and water is called esterification.
This chemical reaction results in the formation of at least one ester product with formation of water as the by-product is termed esterification process.