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      BioWet™

      The BioWet™ range of biodegradable, non-ionic chemicals are wetting agents used for water-borne or water-based applications. These wetting agents offer reduced static and dynamic surface tensions, some also have FDA compliance for direct and indirect food contact.

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      Chemax®

      Chemax® surfactants are used in a many applications including metalworking, plastic, textile and homecare, industrial & institutional (I&I) products. Chemax® NP-6 also has applications within the construction market as an emulsifier, foaming and wetting agent.

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      EMPICOL®

      Empicol® surfactants for industrial applications primarily construction, paints, inks and emulsion polymerisation. Surfactants act as intermediates, essential to creating specialised end-use properties e.g. as an emulsifier or wetting agent in paints.

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      Hydromax®

      Hydromax® specialty hydrotropes are used as solubilisers, wetting agents and detergents in low to medium alkalinity systems.

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      Morpholine and DIGLYCOLAMINE® Agent

      Used in the CASE, Metalworking and Homecare markets as an emulsifier and wetting agent; Morpholine also acts as an excellent corrosion inhibitor, especially in steam boiler systems. Has applications within water treatment as it is miscible with water as well as a large range of other organic solvents. DIGLYCOLAMINE® Agent is a 2-(2-aminoethoxy) ethanol which is used as a foam stabilizer, wetter, emulsifier and an amide in metalworking, personal care and electronics.

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      Polymax®

      Polymax® plating additives are used for wetting, anti-pitting, grain refinement, leveling and as a brightener in electroless and electrolytic plating baths.

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      Surmax®

      Surmax® alkaline-stable surfactants provide detergency and wetting properties and need no special hydrotropes or mixing procedures. They are easy to handle, easy to use and disperse easily into formulations at room temperature.

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