SGS TEST Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate

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Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate (MES)
Cas no.:040754-59-4

               Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate (MES)

CAS:040754-59-4
RO(C2H4O)3OOCH2CH2COONaSO3Na R:C12-14 alkyl

Performance and application:
MES is quite gentle to skin. Even of high consistence, MES still remains low irritation. It also has good cleaning ability, resistance to hard water, medium foaming ability,easiness of rinsing, good smoothness and biodegradation. Meanwhile, it owns perfect solubilising and viscosity adjusting functions. In liquid washing products, it will reduce the irritation of other anionic surfactants. Especially compounded with AES, it has a more obvious effect. It causes low irritation to skin and eyes. With medium cleaning ability and weak degreasing force, it is applicable in shampoo, bubble bath, facial cleanser, hand cleaner, dishware detergent, and detergent of down clothes. It is especially suitable for confection of baby washing products of low irritation. In addition, owning to its good lubrication and resistance to hard water, and excellent solubilising performance, it can also be used as industrial liquid detergent.

Technical data:

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Index
measuring method
Appearance
Colorless to yellowish liquid
eye measurement
Solid content, %
35±1
Sodium sulfate, %
1.0 max.
GB/T 8447-1995 2
pH value (1% a. m.)
5.57.5
GB/T 6368-1993
Color, Hazen
100 max.
GB/T 3143-1982

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