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The Surfactant 91-6 is a chemical compound of the surfactant category. It resembles a whitish-clear liquid with little to no odor. This surfactant is more efficient than other surfactants, which are known for its cleaning capabilities. The surfactant 91-6 is also very stable, so any offset reactions should not occur when properly used, as well as it being made with low toxicity, its waste effects are not as harmful as other surfactants.
Its cleaning ranges from typical household needs to insdustrial use. Common uses are for dis soap and laundry detergant, and indstrial level cleaners also contain Surfactant 91-6
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Much like its sister compounds, 91-6 can be utilized for all the typical surfactant usages, including degreasing, dispersing, wetting, and solubilizing compounds. The surfactant family has various capabilities, but this version, the 91-6, deals with the more aqueous side of things.
- Masodol 91-6 is a version of the product used for cleaning purposes, where it’s used as a wetting agent/dispersant with common household dish soaps and detergents. Masodol 91-6 is primarily used in painting/coats and as a degreasing agent. Although it has some minor roles as household cleaning products (dish soap, detergent, etc.), It is typically used as a vehicular cleaner or on inorganic materials.
- Tomadol 91-6 works more as a household cleaner, and is one of the more common ingredients found in soaps. This variation can also be used for metal polishing and rust removable. It is one of the more environmentally friendly variations, decomposing over 60% in 10 days.
- Bio Soft 91-6 is a version that’s physically a bit clearer, but, more importantly, is used for its speed. It provides fast wetting with foam and detergency, along with emulsification. It is used in paints, detergents, degreasers, and can be used the same as any other variation of 91-6.
Safety and Hazard:
- NFPA and HMS, Health Hazard-2, Flammability-1, Instability-1, Physical Hazards-1
- Not allowed in Europe
- No special regulatory practices other than the ones provided on a state and federal level, except California proposition 65 chemicals
- No pollutants, however, there is a chance of harm to marine life.
- Dispose of following regulations
- May cause irritation to skin, eyes, and respiratory system
- If swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.
- Serious damage to eyes, avoid contact with the solution and do not come in contact with vapors of mists
- Hazardous side effects: carbon monoxide
- Incompatible with strong acids and oxidizers
- Avoid heat, flames, and sparks.
- Should be kept at correct storage settings at all times.
- Wear safety equipment at all times, handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice.
- Equipment must be grounded and washed at all times, eliminate ignition sources and avoid the product.
- Fire dealt with water, carbon dioxide, dry chemicals, or other forms.
- Call for an emergency if leakage occurs
Physical & Chemical Properties:
|Auto Ignition||400 C DIN 51794|
|Boiling Point||100 degrees C 212 degrees F|
|Chemical Name||Alcohol ethoxylates|
|Cloud Point – °C||52(1% aqueous)|
|Density||1.01-1.05 g/cm ∧3|
|Draves wetting at 25°C||7 seconds|
|Form at 25°C||Liquid|
|Interfacial tension, nM/M||3.9|
|Moles of EO||6|
|PH-value||5.0 – 7.0|
|Pour Point, °C||6|
|RVOC, U.S. EPA||0%|
|Specific Gravity||0.98 – 1.02|
|Specific Gravity at 25°C||0.99|
|Surface tension, mN/m||29|
|Viscosity||350 mPas @20 C dynamic|
|Viscosity at 25°C, cps||22|
|Water solubility||Soluble in water|