Exilva is a new type of bio-based additive, tailored to improve performance in waterborne and polar product systems. The many benefits Exilva can deliver include improved performance in anti-settling and anti-sedimentation through improved yield stress, versatility and flexibility in formulations through robustness to shear, pH and temperature, as well as improving the sustainability profile.
Lockhart Chemical Company, since 1982, has been manufacturing additives which provide superior protection solutions for formulators of functional fluids and coatings. Below are six technologies to help you create higher quality products for metal protection and metalworking applications.
Ingevity's Tall Oil Fatty Acids (TOFA) are primarily used by customers as a base chemistry for derivatization. Specifically, in the metalworking fluids industry, they are used to create esters as lubricant additives. The benefits of using TOFA include:
Sun Chemical, a member of the DIC Group, is a leading producer of printing inks, coatings and supplies, pigments, polymers, liquid compounds, solid compounds, and applications materials. One of the products Sun Chemical began manufacturing in the 1990s are light color, low odor, sulfurized extreme pressure (EP) lubricant additives.
SONGWON Industrial Co Ltd introduces the latest addition to their range of antioxidants for fuels and lubricants, SONGNOX® L570. SONGNOX® L570 complements SONGWON’s broad Aminic, Phenolic, Phosphite and Thioester antioxidant product range, further extending its breadth and depth. Aminic and Phenolic antioxidants retard oxidation in the oil by reacting with and stabilizing radicals produced in the lubricant; with Phosphite and Thioester antioxidants decomposing hydroperoxides.
Kao Chemicals Europe provides key surfactant technology for modern metalworking formulations that are crucial for water miscible fluids. Two additives provided by Kao, AKYPO® RO 50 VG and AKYPO® RO 90 VG, are co-emulsifiers and lime soap dispersants with long alkyl chains (C16-18) and a moderate to high degree of ethoxylation.
No matter your job title or the nature of your chemical company, your work is overseen by a number of strict regulations applying to materials, formulas and end products. As you may already know, it can be extremely time-consuming to parse and understand all the domestic and international rules and regulations that might apply to your business. However, failing to follow these governmental standards can result in significant financial or operational penalties.
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At Sea-Land Chemical Company, we make the conscious decision to carry forward our message of “Great Experience. Better Life.” This message is simple, to create a great experience in our daily business activities with our customers, our suppliers and our employees and as a result, life is better for everyone involved. This mantra may seem simple, but it is the commitment we make every day to our business partners and employees.
One of the primary elements of the detergents and cleaners are chelating agents. Chelating agents complex calcium hardness and metal ions such as iron. Chelation is a widespread process that occurs in nature. Processes naturally involving complexing agents are photosynthesis in plants, and oxygen transport in all animals. Synthetic chelants act in the same way as biological complexing agents by bonding to problematic metal ions.
We have expanded our distribution agreement with Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (“Chevron Phillips Chemical”) to supply its AlphaPlus® normal alpha olefin (NAO) product line to North America. Chevron Phillips Chemical is celebrating over 50 years of producing the AlphaPlus brand of NAOs. Known for their high purity, these chemistries are available in a wide range of fractions from C6 to C30+.
Normal alpha olefins, featuring highly accessible terminal double bonds, are ideal materials for manufacturing numerous products. Normal alpha olefins or their derivatives are used extensively as polyethylene comonomers, plasticizers, synthetic motor oils, lubricants, automotive additives, surfactants, and in wide range of specialty applications. As major petrochemical building blocks, their use in the development of new chemical products is virtually limitless.