FMEE and FMES
Fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylate (FMEE) Product introduction: Fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylate (FMEE) is a colorless, clear and transparent liquid, which becomes viscous or even solidifies when the temperature is low. The industrial product content of fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylate-FMEE is 70%, which is a non-ionic surfactant!
Fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylates The main application of FMEE: Among non-ionic surfactants, fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylates (FMEE) are the most effective surfactants for removing grease and wax. It is 1.5 times of fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether and 2.5 times of triethanolamine oleic acid soap. In terms of wax removal, fatty acid methyl ester ethoxylates (FMEE1, strong detergency, FMES detergency is significantly higher than sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate LAS, sodium alcohol ether sulfate AES, secondary alkyl sulfonic acid
Sodium SAS and other anionic products.
2, good alkali resistance, resistance to hot alkali at 100°C up to 40g/L, resistance to hot alkali at 40°C up to 110g/L, suitable for washing powder formulations
It can be mixed with sodium metasilicate or soda ash, and it is also suitable for alkaline detergent formulations.
3, FMES’s lime soap dispersing power is as high as 310ppm, LAS’s lime soap dispersing power is only 98ppm, AES’s lime soap dispersing power is
203ppm, FMES has excellent dispersing performance, suitable for cleaning working fluids with small liquor ratio, and evenly disperses dirt in the clean
Prevent anti-staining in the lotion.
4, FMES has excellent wax removal power and good wax removal effect.
5. Compared with other anionic surfactants, FMES is a low-foam product with good resistance to hard water and low temperature flow
Dynamic performance. ) The wax removal ability is 1.6 times that of fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether and 1.4 times that of triethanolamine oleic acid soap.