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ROKAmid RAD (Oleamide DEA, Rapamide DEA)

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Manufacturer
PCC Exol SA
Chemical name
Amides, C16-18 and C18-unsatd., N,N-bis(hydroxyethyl)
CAS No.
68603-38-3
INCI
Oleamide DEA, Rapamide DEA
Good manufacturing practice EFfCI Good manufacturing practice EFfCI Biodegradable product Biodegradable product
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ROKAmid RAD is a non-ionic surfactant of the alkanolamide group (INCI name: Rapamide DEA or Oleamide DEA). The product is a clear or slightly turbid liquid with a light yellow to yellow colour. ROKAmid RAD is produced on the basis of rapeseed oil. This is a great advantage compared to surfactants based on coconut oil or palm kernel oil, as a stable price of the main raw material guarantees stable prices of the product.

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Properties and applications

 Product advantages:

  •  excellent thickening properties,
  •  forms dense and stable foams,
  •  a coemulsifier,
  •  effective at low concentrations,
  •  washing and re-lubricating properties,
  •  antistatic properties,
  •  easy to use,
  •  biodegradable,
  •  stable price of raw material.

Applications:

  •  cosmetics and detergents,
  •  shampoos,
  •  colouring preparations for hair,
  •  liquid soaps,
  •  washing liquids,
  •  bubble baths,
  •  shower gels,
  •  preparations for hair care,
  •  concrete admixtures,
  •  production of plastics,
  •  metalworking,
  •  extraction of crude oil.
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Markets and applications
Building & Construction / Plasterboards & gypsum additives
Detergents
I&I Cleaning
Lubricants and functional fluids / Hydraulic fluids
Metallurgical industry / Metalworking
Mining & Drilling / Oil&gas extraction
Oilfield
Personal Care
Plastics / Polymer additives

Function
Emulsifiers
Foaming agents

Composition
Alkanoloamides

Segment
Specialty Products / Specialty additives
Surfactants / Non-ionic surfactants

Alternative names
Amides, C16-18 and C18-unsatd., N,N-bis(hydroxyethyl), Oleamide DEA, dietanolamide of rapeseed oil acids
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