Ethomeen O/12

Product Line Surfactants - Cationic and fatty amines

Ethomeen® O/12 is a tertiary amine ethoxylate, based on a primary oleyl amine.

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  • Brand

    Ethomeen®
  • Chemical family

    Ethoxylated amines
  • Regional availability

    Africa, Europe, North America
  • Chemical name

    Oleyl amine ethoxylate

Market Segments

Cleaning

Detailed description

Ethomeen® O/12 is a tertiary amine ethoxylate, based on a primary oleyl amine.

Functions

  • Thickener,
  • Acid Degreaser,
  • Antistatic agent,
  • Corrosion Inhibitor,
  • Dispersing Agent,
  • Emulsification

Applications

  • Lubricant,
  • Acid Cleaning
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Chemical intermediates

Detailed description

Ethomeen® O/12 is a tertiary amine ethoxylate, based on a primary oleyl amine.

Functions

  • Chemical Intermediate
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Oilfield

Detailed description

Ethomeen® O/12 is a tertiary amine ethoxylate, based on a primary oleyl amine.

Functions

  • Thickener,
  • Acid Degreaser,
  • Antistatic agent,
  • Corrosion Inhibitor,
  • Dispersing Agent

Applications

  • Lubricant,
  • Acid Cleaning
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