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ROKAnol® DB11W (C12-15 Pareth-11)

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Manufacturer
PCC Exol SA
Chemical name
Alcohols, C12-15, ethoxylated
CAS No.
68131-39-5
INCI
C12-15 Pareth-11
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ROKAnol DB11W is a non-ionic surfactant from the group of ethoxylated fatty alcohols (INCI name: C12-15 Pareth-11). The product belongs to the ROKAnol DB series, based on C12-C15 fatty alcohol. Its high surface activity allows it to be used as an excellent detergent and a cleaning agent, and opens up the possibility of using it in other branches of industry. 

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Properties and applications

Product advantages:

  • an excellent solubilizer,
  • efficient detergent, emulsifier and dispersant,
  • high wettability,
  • resistant to oxidising, reducing agents and hard water,
  • active in cold water,
  • high resistance to alkaline environment,
  • stable in acidic and neutral baths,
  • compatible with other non-ionic, anionic and cationic formulations,
  • readily biodegradable.

Applications:

  • air fresheners,
  • wet wipes,
  • skin care,
  • glass cleaners,
  • household and commercial laundry products,
  • products for institutional cleaning,
  • professional industrial cleaning products.
Categories

Markets and applications
Detergents
I&I Cleaning
Personal Care

Function
Cleansing agents

Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols

Segment
Surfactants / Non-ionic surfactants

Alternative names
Alcohols, C12-15, ethoxylated, Poly(ethylene oxide) ether with (C12-C15)linear primary alcohols, Polyethoxylated (C12-C15)linear primary saturated alcohols, Polyethylene glycol, (C12-C15) alkyl ethers
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